You know the kind of celeb interview that goes; "I'm super blessed to have starred in such a wonderful film with such a talented cast...?" Yeah. We're over those.
That's why we were particularly impressed today when we saw Mila Kunis' interview to promote Oz The Great And Powerful with BBC Radio1's Scott Mills contributor Chris Stark. Pretending to be a first-time interviewer, Chris somehow managed to invite Mila Kunis down to his local pub for a couple of 'lad bombs' - also known as Jaegerbombs - and to a Watford FC match. Not one to be easily fazed, Mila agreed under the proviso that Watford change their jersey colour to purple because yellow is, "Just not my colour." She also agreed to visit Nandos with Chris and admitted she can down pints of beer. When asked to get back on the topic of the movie she was there to promote, Mila rolled her eyes and rattleed off a bunch of generic answers before returning to discussing stripping off at weddings and Baywatch. LONG LIVE MILA-may all future celeb interviews follow the same lines.
Here's 5 more celebs who think generic interviews are boring.
February was definitely the month of The Lawrence. Winning every award going for her role in Silver Linings Playbook, J-Law also revealed that she's the most fun person - like ever. First she suffered a weird dress malfunction at the Golden Globes, then she fell over at The Oscars, then she gave this interview at the post-award press conference. Hey - she just did a shot alright?
Our fave interview quote from Adele so far? "I've just joined Facebook and I've been stalking all of my ex-boyfriend's new girlfriends."
What am I most looking forward to at Fashion Week? "My Bed... SLEEPING."
Tina Fey And Amy Poehler
Our favourite moment courtesy of the twosome that hosted the Golden Globes is when these two were given a chance to interview each other.
Screw the movie, here's Anna's super-cool cup trick.