Nervous Reporter Explains Starstruck Mila Kunis Interview

It was a spur-of-the-moment experiment -- giving 25-year-old rookie BBC Radio reporter Chris Stark just 10 minutes' notice to interview a huge star, Mila Kunis -- and, the video of the hilarious exchange has become a global phenomenon with more than 3.5 million views on YouTube.

It was Chris' first celebrity assignment, and he was supposed to ask questions about Mila's new movie "Oz: The Great and Powerful." Instead, he panicked -- much to Mila's amusement.

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Access Hollywood's Billy Bush chatted with Chris via satellite on Wednesday to find out if his deer-in-the-headlights approach was all an act.

"I've got to be honest, I'm just as nervous doing this right now as I was doing the Mila Kunis thing," Chris told Billy, adding that his stammering interview with the star was born out of a combination of genuine stage fright and being star struck.

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Instead of discussing Mila's new movie, Chris ended up asking the brunette beauty (who is dating Ashton Kutcher) out three separate times - one invite to a pub, one to a football (soccer) game and finally, to be his date to a wedding.

"You have any kind of date on the books with her now?" Billy asked.

"I don't know. As the interview finished I tried to shake hands with everyone in the room, but I was told to leave," he said. "They were sort of quite keen to move on. Mila had had quite a long day.

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"I haven't heard from her since, but then why would I?" he asked with a laugh. "The offer still stands."

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