While promoting her latest movie Oz: The Great and Powerful, Mila Kunis sat down for an interview on Monday with Radio 1’s Chris Stark but she had no idea what she was letting herself in for.
Expecting the usual question and answer session, Mila Kunis, 29, ended up having what she described as “the best interview” after she was invited to watch Watford FC and tuck into some chicken at Nandos.
Getting off to an awkward start as Chris Stark rambled on about his nerves, Mila Kunis did her best to make him feel at ease.
For his first question, Chris Stark asked: “Did you enjoy being ugly for once because generally you’re hot?”
Retaining professionalism, Mila Kunis took on the role of interviewer to help Chris Stark get into the groove of things, telling him: “It’s not that bad, it’s not that scary.”
Feeling much more relaxed, Chris Stark bragged about how jealous his friends would be to find out he had met Mila, before inviting her to his local pub in Watford.
Accepting the offer, Mila Kunis said: “OK, I’m probably not going to do it today as I’m definitely ill but I will maybe come join you.”
Almost three minutes in and realizing that he hadn’t quite asked any questions about Mila Kunis’ latest film, Chris Stark tried to change the subject.
But protesting, Mila Kunis said: “Why? This is way more fun for me I have to tell you. Please?”
Moving on to sport, Chris Stark then outlined to Mila Kunis how a date watching his team Watford FC would go – starting with a trip to Nandos, steak and ale pie at half-time and ending with a few pints.
Cheeky Chris Stark even asked Mila Kunis if she would be his “plus one” to a wedding in June, but the actress said she had to decline as she would be making a film, although she joked that she had a reputation for “saying yes to everything” after accepting US serviceman Sergeant Scott Moore’s invitation to his Marine Corps ball in 2011.
As Chris Stark becomes even more worried that he has jeopardized his job, Mila Kunis, who is currently dating Ashton Kutcher, assures him: “This is the best interview I’ve had today!”
Prior to the video, which has been viewed over 540,000 times Chris Stark admitted that he was nervous to see the final edit of his interview.
On Sunday Chris Stark tweeted: “My interview with Mila Kunis tomo. Genuinely anxious about people hearing it. I panicked haha.”
And still getting to grips with the impact of the clip, on Tuesday Chris Stark wrote: “Well this interview has gone off hasnt it. Crazy. Have I actually made the front page of youtube? Ridic.”
Chris Stark then quipped: “Well… what a weird day. Pub soon anyone?”chris stark, mila kunis, nandos, radio 1