Press junkets are grueling, irritating processes. You're whisked from room to room, meet forgettable interviewer after forgettable interviewer, and made to answer (mostly) the same questions over and over. It's not much better for the interviewer, either. They're just here to do a job. And sure, you get to meet a celeb, but you just met 80 other celebs. And you have to act cheery while delivering questions you just know aren't setting you apart.

Celebrities and press do a ton of interviews, and most of the time they stick to a stock list of questions and answers. But sometimes -- if you're lucky -- a famous person will give a spectacular, brilliant, unexpected answer to a very, very dumb question. And that's where comedy happens! And guess what? We're a comedy website! Just, uh…don't necessarily try any of these on your boss or anything. You probably won't end up on Cracked. Here are some of the wildest:


Entry by Maclise

When asked whether he prefered being called Eminem or Marshall, Eminem replied by giving a spot-on Yoda impression: YODA, YOU CAN CALL ME.

Entry by memegod

Interviewer: What advice would you give to your 15 year-old self? Cgokernew POKER PO RS X STARS POKERSTARS SHIP ST TARS CHAMPIONSHIP -KO. ISHIP BAHA

Entry by Mihailocukk

George R.R. Martin was asked about people who are concerned he won't finish A Song of Ice and Fire before his death. NIFFF NIFFF NIFFF NIFFE FF NIFF

Entry by PookieJones

When asked what is she looking for in a man, Rihanna answered: I'm not looking for a man. Let's start there.

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