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Mila Kunis Eases Nerves of First-Time BBC Interviewer [VIDEO]

The ‘Oz’ star discusses football, “lad bombs”, and Chango the Beast

By: Ashley Baylen
Published: March 5th, 2013 in Culture » Society » News
Mila Kunis

First-time BBC interviewer, Chris Stark, has perhaps unknowingly captured the most genuine celebrity press junket interview in history.

‘Oz: The Great and Powerful’s’ Mila Kunis sat down with the nervous young Brit for the Scott Mills show on Radio 1. After admitting that he’s never done this before, Kunis attempts to make him more comfortable by chatting with him about his friends and interests. Stark asks her about her interest in football, asks her to go drinking at his favorite pub with close friends “Sir Dosser”, “The Convict”, and “Chango the Beast”, and even extends an invitation to Kunis to be his “plus one” at an upcoming summer wedding.

Kunis seems surprisingly engaged in the conversation, offering her opinions on his favorite bar beverage (“the lad bomb”) and agreeing to flaunt Stark’s local football team jersey.

When Stark attempts to get back to the scheduled interview, Kunis interrupts by rattling off her standard rehearsed press junket answers to every typical question she’s been asked (including the synopsis of ‘Oz’, who she plays, what her experience on set was, and if she enjoyed working with Michelle Williams and James Franco).

After Stark apologizes for the unconventional interview and his overall performance, she playfully calls their conversation “the best interview I’ve had all day”.

Watch below.

Related articles: Mila Kunis, BBC, Radio 1, Chris Stark, Oz:The Great and Powerful, Michelle Williams, James Franco, Sam Raimi, Press, Interview, Football
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