Doing on-camera interviews with famous people isn't easy (I am bragging from experience). Unless you are a super-duper esteemed interviewer like Oprah or Barbara Walters, you only have a couple of minutes to build a rapport with the interviewee, ask interesting questions about their current project, and then finally make them like and trust you enough so they can answer more fun questions. All the while, you have to give off a natural personality that is not annoying like some entertainment correspondents that shall remain nameless. It's quite a task — and Chris Stark from BBC Radio 1 accomplished this very well in a recent interview with Mila Kunis. Armed with his endearing accent and nervousness, he started off by talking about Oz The Great and Powerful (it's what she's promoting, of course) and then it just went into a different direction that was fun, casual and conversational — probably the best interview I've seen in a while. I could really take some tips from Mr. Stark.
There was so much great information in that interview. We learned about: dropping trou, lad bombs, Chris's friends have really cool names, Mila likes Blue Moon, she used to be a bartender who can pour a pint with no foam, and, most importantly, she was in two episodes of Baywatch.