As anyone who’s ever conducted – or attempted to conduct – an interview with a celebrity can tell you, the world of celebrity PR is a very strange one, and sometimes, personalities just don’t mesh.
The result? Awkward interviews that drag on, or in the worst (or best) case scenario, devolve into passive-aggressive slanging matches that make for brilliant car crash TV; it’s horrific, yet we’re unable to look away.
Sometimes celebrities are just jet-lagged or tired, and a question touches them the wrong way, while sometimes, the celebs are just being douchebags. There’s been plenty of controversy this week over Bruce Willis’ less than inspiring interview on The One Show, which demonstrates his clearly buzzing enthusiasm for the latest entry in the Die Hard franchise, and that caused us to pore through the archives to uncover the 10 most cringe-worthy celebrity interviews.
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