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Talk about 'Horrible': Jennifer Aniston pranks awkward BBC interviewer

She's an actress and a producer, but now Jennifer Aniston can add prankster to her resume, too.The "Horrible Bosses 2" star recently pulled a "Punk'd"-worthy gag on a beloved BBC reporter.Interviewer Chris Stark isn't quite as famous as the stars he sits down with, but during his brief time on air with BBC Radio 1, he has made a name for himself with his charming chats.Last year, he grabbed headli

She's an actress and a producer, but now Jennifer Aniston can add prankster to her resume, too.

The "Horrible Bosses 2" star recently pulled a "Punk'd"-worthy gag on a beloved BBC reporter.

Interviewer Chris Stark isn't quite as famous as the stars he sits down with, but during his brief time on air with BBC Radio 1, he has made a name for himself with his charming chats.

Last year, he grabbed headlines with his first-ever interview, a sweetly awkward and downright flirtatious back-and-forth with Mila Kunis. Later, he delighted listeners with an endearing and self-deprecating effort opposite Aniston.

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So when he sat down with Aniston again this week, he naturally figured he had a shot at a great interview. But he soon realized that wasn't happening.

This time, Aniston made Stark squirm, confounding his usual innocent and awkward style by pretending to take offense at how "inappropriate" he was. By the time a producer let him in on the joke, Stark was literally shaking.

"This is my actual nightmare right now," he said.

As for Aniston, she had a laugh, but added, "I'm so sorry!"

Want to see more mock horrible behavior from the otherwise delightful actress? "Horrible Bosses 2" opens in theaters nationwide Wednesday.

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