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BBC radio employee stumbles through Mila Kunis interview

Updated: Wednesday, March 6 2013, 12:29 AM EST
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(NEWSCHANNEL 3) - It's been dubbed the best interview ever.

A young BBC radio employee has been thrust into the spotlight after his first celebrity press junket.

25-year-old Chris Stark says he's not known for his movie knowledge, so his boss thought it would be funny to send him to talk to Mila Kunis at the last minute.

Instead of asking the star questions about her upcoming movie, Oz the Great and Powerful, he wound up going off into tangents about the local pub, his "boys," football, and even asked her to a friend's wedding.

The video instantly went viral.

Kunis says it was the best interview she had all day.
BBC radio employee stumbles through Mila Kunis interview
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