A radio presenter whose nerve-racking interview with movie star Mila Kunis attracted millions of hits on YouTube has described the attention it's attracted as "bonkers".
Chris Stark babbled about Watford football club, drinking Jagerbombs and eating at Nando's in an interview about Kunis's new film, 'Oz the Great and Powerful'.
Today, he told ITV News how he panicked because he was nervous about meeting Kunis - who he repeatedly asked out on dates while the cameras were rolling.
"I'm not a professional, I just went in and talked rubbish," said the 25-year-old, who works on the Scott Mills show on BBC Radio One.
He added that Kunis, who agreed during the interview to join Stark on a trip to the pub and a football match, had not been in touch with him since.
Take a look at Chris's full interview with Mila Kunis below.