VIDEO: Mila Kunis’ hilarious interview with nervous BBC correspondent

We want Mila Kunis to be our new best friend.

While doing a press tour to promote her upcoming film “Oz the Great and Powerful,” the actress was interviewed by a young, nervous and slightly awkward BBC correspondent, who started the interview by telling Kunis she’s “hot.”

The back-and-forth between Kunis and the reporter is the cutest, most refreshing interview we’ve seen in a while.

This was reporter Chris Stark’s first A-list celebrity interview, so naturally, he was quite nervous. Kunis calmed his nerves by telling him he was doing a good job while also discussing non-film related topics such as chugging beers, football (or what we in the U.S. call soccer), “dropping trou” and wedding traditions.

Stark even had the courage to ask Kunis to be his date to a friend’s wedding in June – she did accept an invitation to the Marine’s Ball, after all. Unfortunately for Stark, Kunis will be filming a movie at the time.

The actress seemed genuinely happy to be talking about something other than the film.

When pushed by someone off-camera to talk about the movie, Kunis gave a hilarious, well-rehearsed, canned answer she obviously was sick of repeating.

Stark said he’ll get major “lad points” and free drinks from his pals for interviewing Kunis – they do “normal jobs” he says. Considering how widespread this video is, we hope this young reporter receives free drinks for life.

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