We’ve got major mixed emotions after watching this interview with Vitalii Sediuk, the Ukranian journalist who attackedBrad Pitt outside of the Maleficent premiere last week.
Because after hearing Mario Lopez ask him right off the bat…
“What is wrong with you?”
…we can’t help but chuckle a little at the absurdity of all of this.
But then, hearing this notorious celebrity-hugger speak about his past wrongdoings and his own psychological analysis, it’s like, verrrrry Hannibal Lecter.
Sediuk told Mario:
“I don’t think there’s something wrong with me. I am just different guy who thinks differently and who has this, you know, entertainment spirit that people in Hollywood have never experienced before. It’s something different, controversial, extraordinary. It’s hard to explain.”
Allow us to help you explain. You are scaring this SHIZ out of every A-lister in the biz, buddy! And it needs to stop NOW!
Lopez then gave Sediuk the chance to apologize to all of the celebrities that he’s rushed on the red carpet throughout the years (Will Smith, Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio, just to name a few) and here’s what he had to say:
“I’d ask them just don’t be mad at me. I apologize for inconveniences that I created to many celebrities doing my style of entertainment.”
Um…who are you entertaining??
Nobody enjoys seeing you scare famous people, Vitalii!
Sediuk was sentenced to three years of probation and one year of psychiatric counseling by a judge this week.
We just hope his pranking days are over! And if not, we hope law enforcement and security keeps an eye out for this guy at all premieres, parties and events!
We're still reeling from Bill Paxton's untimely death.
Especially now that details have emerged about the Titanic actor's nerves surrounding his fatal surgery. So sad.
As we previously reported, over the weekend, the celebrated industry vet passed away due to complications following a scheduled heart surgery. And it seems Paxton was really worried about going under the knife, as director Doug Liman noted in a recent interview.
While chatting with the New York Daily News, Doug shared that Bill expressed some concerns about his surgery. Nonetheless, the Big Love alum stayed optimistic and vowed he'd return to work once cleared by the doctors. In an email sent to Liman back in January, the Aliens performer wrote: