Mom hilariously embarrasses son when she's caught singing on Maryland Terps' 'Fan Cam'

UMD Mom Fan Cam (University of Maryland)

Mandy Remmell rocked out to Kelly Clarkson's iconic song "Since You Been Gone," as the Maryland Terps 'Fan Cam' fixated on her and her 10-year-old son Blake — who was obviously mortified — at a Tuesday night basketball game.

"I was shocked that he was actually so embarrassed, but you know, when your mom is broadcasted on the Jumbotron making you laugh and sing, you get real scared," said Remmell.

Blake plays basketball and it was their first Maryland game together.

"Before this actually happened, and before it went viral, he said 'I think I'm going to here to college' and I said, 'That's a good idea.' Then this happened, and I was like, 'I don't know that you're going to go there now, buddy! Haha! You won't live this down,'" said Remmell.

“I know that she always does stuff like that. All the time," Blake told us, adding that his mom is well known for dancing the worm.

But now that the 'Fan Cam' video is going viral, Mandy says her son is starting to realize that just maybe, mom is pretty cool after all.

"At the end of the day, life doesn't have to be so serious," said Remmell.

“If you do some things that are fun, then your kids will really like you," Blake said. "But if you don’t do a lot of things that are fun, then they probably won’t like you that much.”

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