3 items from 2011
NBC fired over the clips of Saturday Night Live's Mike O.Brien, who invites a different celebrity into his closet for an intimate conversation each week on the series. In the premiere episode, O.Brien chats with Bridesmaids star Kristen Wiig, and they do some improv acting, using the cramped space and closet as best they can. Other videos including talks with Bravo host Andy Cohen and actor Elijah Saturday Night Live Facebook: www.facebook.com/nbcsnl Twitter: www.twitter.com/NBCsnl #SNL 7 Minutes in Heaven with Mike O'Brien: Kristen Wiig Kristen Wiig, star of "Bridesmaids" and "Saturday Night Live," swings by the closet to chat with Mike. 7 Minutes in Heaven with Mike O'Brien: Elijah Wood "Wilfred" star Elijah Wood gets in the closet. »
- April MacIntyre
It's actually like four minutes, but who's counting? Bridesmaids star and Woman Of The Moment Kristen Wiig stops by the closet of Mike O'Brien - or, uh, the closet of a friend of Mike O'Brien's - who writes for Saturday Night Live, which Wiig still currently stars on.
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- Anna Breslaw
Ready to see Kristen Wiig spend seven minutes in a closet... With a boy?
Ok, so this video is really only four and a half minutes and the amount of making out is minimal, but Kristen Wiig does give a pretty hilarious interview.
Hosted by Saturday Night Live writer Mike O'Brien, "7 Minutes In Heaven" is a new web series where celebrities are interviewed in close quarters. The result? A pleasantly awkward and entertaining interview with someone else's clothes as the backdrop.
In this first episode Wiig talks about "Bridesmaids" (sort of), does some closet theater and plays "complete the sentence" with some pretty absurd results. Watch her episode below and also check out the Andy Cohen and Elijah Wood episodes.
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- The Huffington Post
3 items from 2011
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