'Linda, honey, honey;' Boy finally gets cupcake on live TV - wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather & Sports

'Linda, honey, honey;' Boy finally gets cupcake on live TV

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Mateo just wants a cupcake! Mateo just wants a cupcake!

A feisty 3-year-old boy finally got his wish.

In case you missed it, young Mateo shot to YouTube fame after the video of him arguing with his mother over cupcakes went viral.

Mateo and his mother, Linda, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres show on Tuesday. Both mother and son received big surprises from Ellen.

You can watch the original video of Mateo, which has received over 4.6 million views on YouTube, below.

On a mobile device? Click here to see the original video or click here to watch Mateo's appearance on Ellen.

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