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So Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum's Late Late interview was excruciatingly awkward

“Man you’re so f**king nervous. I feel bad that you seem so nervous.”


JONAH HILL AND Channing Tatum were in town yesterday on a whistle-stop visit to promote their new film 22 Jump Street, during which they managed to cram in an interview on the Late Late.

Unfortunately, while the crowd was more than appreciative of the pair, presenter Ryan Tubridy did seem to struggle with Jonah Hill’s sense of humour.

This exchange really cements it all.

Jonah: Are you nervous? You seem real nervous.
Ryan: [Channing's] not wearing socks!
Jonah: It’s OK! I feel like you’re a little nervous.

[inexplicable close up of Channing's feet]


Jonah: I can sense people very well. You seem like a great guy and I just want you to be comfortable.
Ryan: I enjoyed the film during the week and the first one as well, that’s why I’m just trying to get my act together and ask a few questions.

He then proceeded to ask a question, which was met with a substantial awkward silence:

awkward silence

Jonah: Man you’re so f**king nervous. I feel bad that you seem so nervous.

At this point, everyone watching at home simultaneously curled in on themselves with second-hand embarrassment.

Here’s a snippet of the interview – if you want to watch it in full, it’s available on the RTÉ Player right now. Proceed with caution.

Source: RTÉ - Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster/YouTube

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