A video of a little girl arguing with a bulldog has gone viral. The video has been uploaded to YouTube several times and has over half a million views.
WTOC's Ben Williamson spoke to the star who is just a little bit older now and said she doesn't remember much.
Aubrey is seven and half now and that video was shot when she was about one. The family submitted it to America's Funniest Home Videos in 2008. It aired in 2009 and then out of the blue in the past week it went viral again.
"Well, a lot of my friends have not been believing me, so I told them to watch WTOC so they could believe me," she said.
Aubrey Posey is used to being in front of a camera. She has been seen by hundreds of thousands of people all across the U.S.
"I got calls Monday morning telling me it was on Fox News, it was on Yahoo's website…it was everywhere," she said.
When WTOC posted it on Facebook, many tried to guess what Aubrey was trying to say.
"Maybe I am trying to tell the dog to get off the couch or something like that," she said.
Aubrey does not remember much but her mom has her own theories.
"The dog ate her Cheetos all the time, they were just really good friends," Aubrey's mom said.
As for the other star in this video, her name was Roxy - an English Bulldog.
From the video it looks like the yelling wore her out.
Aubrey said she is much more shy now, but her mother thinks we may have a star on our hands.
"All this fame may go to her head," she said.
Unfortunately, Roxy passed away. The dog actually belonged to the grandmother. Aubrey has a younger sister and she has some big shoes to fill.
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