March 5th, 2013
12:47 PM ET
Mila Kunis has cemented her rep as one of the most down-to-earth stars in Hollywood.
The "Oz the Great and Powerful" actress is known for trying to be as normal as possible despite her stardom, and in a cute interview with BBC Radio 1's Chris Stark, she carries on a conversation as though she's not there to promote a movie at all.
Part of that is because of the way Stark began their conversation, admitting that he was completely nervous. Kunis helped calm him down by chatting about his personal interests: Jägerbombs, "lad bombs," his friends The Convict and Chango the Beast, and his favorite football team, the Watford Football Club.
Fun fact: Kunis, a former bartender, can also "pour a pint with no foam."
If you're just dying to hear more about her character in the movie - and aren't afraid of spoilers - then skip ahead to about 4:45:
As for Stark, who ended up asking Kunis to accompany him to a wedding, it sounds like his jitters paid off.
"You only get these chances once really. Wish I'd had a Watford shirt to give her though," he tweeted Monday. "Can't believe how many messages I've had bout it."
From around the web
About this blog
Our daily cheat-sheet for breaking celebrity news, Hollywood buzz and your pop-culture obsessions.