Horrible! Jennifer Aniston pretended to be a major beyotch during an interview with BBC Radio 1's Chris Stark, the same adorable Brit whose August 2013 interview with the star garnered 3 million views because of his painfully awkward questions.
BBC Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills convinced Aniston, 45, to "play the role of worst interviewee ever," unbeknownst to Stark during his chat with the Friends alum to promote Horrible Bosses 2. As seen in video of the chat, the interview starts out fine until Stark asks Aniston, who plays a dirty dentist in the flick, what it's like as a "famous woman" to "make the first move" on a man. Aniston, taking her cue from Mills, replies: "First of all, I don't think that's an extremely appropriate question to ask. I'm also committed to somebody. I don't hit on people."
After Stark apologizes, Aniston continues to make the poor kid squirm by adding: "I'm sorry. It just kind of seems a little inappropriate. Just in terms of saying, 'How do you hit on people?'"
Stark tells Aniston she "doesn't have to answer that," but continues to ask his list of equally awkward follow-up questions, including whether she writes erotic fiction and whether she goes out to nightclubs. An ice-cold Aniston replies: "I don't rave."
DJ Mills then enters the room to break the prank to Stark, who immediately covers his face and almost begins to cry, telling Justin Theroux's fiancée: "This is my actual nightmare right now…I just wanted to talk to you…I genuinely was like, I want someone to swallow me up right now."
Aniston then offers him a tissue and profusely apologizes and hugs Stark.
Watch the hilarious video above for yourself!