PUBLISHED: 11:00, Sat, Oct 10, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:20, Sat, Oct 10, 2020
Chris Stark, 33, spoke to Mila Kunis for his first-ever broadcast interview seven years ago on BBC Radio One, during her press run for Oz: The Great And The Powerful. The DJ admitted that looking back on the conversation now he wished he had done more research before meeting the Hollywood A-lister, as he proceeded to ask her questions on whether she drank Jagerbombs and would consider wearing a Watford Football Club jersey.
I didn't have the confidence
The now infamous interview has been viewed over 14 million times and shows a then 25-year-old Chris looking nervous as he admitted being “petrified” in the actress’ presence.
Many fans found the footage to be hilariously relatable after it spread like wildfire on social media, however, Chris has now exclusively told Express.co.uk that he thought the conversation with Mila was going to cost him his BBC Radio One job.
He shared: “With the Mila Kunis thing, that was just me being me, but I can't tell you the fear when I had done that interview and I told Scott [Mills].
“I thought I had screwed it up, I didn’t have the confidence then. I actually thought that was game over.
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Chris Stark, 33, spoke to Mila Kunis for his first-ever broadcast interview seven years ago (Image: YOUTUBE)
The DJ admitted that looking back on the conversation now he wished he had done more research before meeting the Hollywood A-lister (Image: WENN)
“There's been a couple of times at Radio One where I thought that’s it, game over. That's the end of my attempt at working on my favourite radio station.”
But despite Chris’ nerves, the interview proved to be a huge success, with Mila calling it her “best interview ever”.
Chris continued: “It was my first experience of just be yourself, and actually people will like you for that or at least be intrigued by you or want to support you. Just for doing something slightly different to how everyone else is doing it.
“It was my first lesson of just be yourself and that is enough.”
But despite Chris’ nerves, the interview proved to be a huge