OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City woman has become one of the Internet's latest sensations.
Last weekend, a woman named "Sweet Brown" was interviewed by KFOR in OKC after escaping an apartment fire.
The woman's animated remarks and catchy sound bytes made for a humorous recap of the serious story.
The 40-second clip went viral shortly after being released.
Sweet Brown's interview now has more than 20,000 views.
When told of her web success following her famous interview, the Oklahoma City mother appeared shocked, if not pleasantly so.
"Are you serious?" Brown said. "Wow, that's amazing. You think I could be a superstar?"
Sweet Brown says she has seen the video, but doesn't like to see herself like that.
And Brown says while people might think she was joking, she was being completely serious -- and completely herself.
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