When actors and actresses sit down for interviews with the press, they can expect hours and hours of the same questions over and over again. That wasn't the case for actress Mila Kunis last Friday in London, England.
Kunis was discussing her latest movie, Oz: the Great and Powerful, when she found herself face to face with Chris Stark, a BBC Radio DJ. Stark, who is the sidekick on the Scott Mills Show, is infamous on the show for not knowing anything about celebrities. That proved a challenge for Stark, who was given just 10 minutes notice that he was about to interview Kunis.
The result is an awkward 10-minute chat which spans everything from favorite alcoholic beverages to "flashing" at weddings. At one point, the film's promoter can be heard urging Stark to get back on topic, though he doesn't appear to know exactly what that topic is.
On Monday, Mills poked fun at Stark's interview skills.
"'What was it like to be ugly, because you're hot.' That's a massive cringe moment," said Mills.
The duo spent 15 minutes dissecting the interview, in a video chat that can be seen by scrolling down further.
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