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  • You're so used to walking out and greeting everyone.

  • There was no one over there and yet you

  • waved to people over there.

  • I wave everywhere.

  • You just walked out waving in different directions

  • because you're a big star now, you're famous.

  • What do the people at school think?

  • I mean, after I got back from school, my friends

  • and the local TV reporters were like, "Did she

  • give you a million dollars?"

  • I was like, "No, I didn't get a million dollars.

  • But I got something better, I got the chance to meet you."

  • Am I expected to give people a million dollars?

  • Why is--

  • I don't know, I don't know where they got that from either.

  • I don't either.

  • I don't know why I'm supposed to give everybody

  • a million dollars.

  • All right, so there was a big star here when you were here,

  • and then he requested to be interviewed by you.

  • And were you surprised?

  • I was very surprised.

  • I was star struck.

  • After the interview, that actor, which

  • I'm not going to reveal yet, he was just so casual

  • about being him.

  • And I was just like, "Why is he so casual about it?"

  • So it was very exciting.

  • Yeah, he's casual about being him.

  • He's used to being him.

  • He's him every day.

  • So let's take a look at him.

  • Wow, two cameras.

  • Have you ever done an interview with two cameras?

  • Not two camera interview just yet, so this is my first.

  • All right.

  • This is going to be extremely professional.

  • Oh, thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Look at that.

  • Here we go.

  • This is ultra professional.

  • Oh, yes.

  • All right.

  • I think I usually do a countdown.

  • OK.

  • 3, 2, 1.

  • I'm here with Hollywood actor, Brad Pitt.

  • Brad, thank you for joining us.

  • Thank you, Jaden.

  • So Brad--

  • Nice to be here.

  • --for the people that are watching Ellen's show,

  • what was it like sitting in her audience?

  • It was good fun, it was actually good fun.

  • Everyone's dancing, everyone's having a laugh,

  • and she brings such great energy to the show.

  • It's really fun and easy.

  • So what does-- your new movie is called Ad Astra.

  • What does that mean?

  • Ad Astra is the motto for NASA.

  • Ad astra means, to the stars.

  • So the full motto is, through hardship, to the stars.

  • The movie is about space.

  • Have you had the chance to travel to the moon,

  • would you do it?

  • I think I would.

  • What about you?

  • I don't know.

  • I don't know.

  • I'm going to have to be in talks with NASA about that.

  • I wouldn't do it.

  • I mean, I want to see what the viewers think.

  • Ah, I see.

  • So if they want me to go to space, I'll go to space.

  • I want to know, I want to know what my odds are,

  • I want to know safety issues, I want to know comfort,

  • discomfort because I imagine the first few flights are not

  • going to be too luxurious.

  • Exactly.

  • You have to develop that stuff over time.

  • Right, right.

  • What was it like wearing that spacesuit in the movie?

  • How'd you feel about that?

  • Have you ever put on a snowmobile suit

  • or like snowboarding suit?

  • Well, I live in Ohio so trust me, my Ohioans,

  • fellow Ohioans can attest to this,

  • I will be wearing snow pants, snow boots, the thickest jacket

  • you'll ever see in your life, and that's pretty much it

  • for me.

  • OK.

  • It's like that, only put a Glad garbage bag on your body

  • first before you get in the suit,

  • and then go into the sweltering heat of today.

  • Oh wow.

  • I'm 11.

  • When you were my age, what did you

  • want to be when you grew up?

  • What you wanted to be when you grew up?

  • That's a really good question.

  • You know, I wanted to build homes.

  • So I was thinking about building.

  • And what kind of made you like building?

  • What were some of the things about that that you liked?

  • You know, I don't know.

  • It was one of those natural things I just--

  • I liked how I was really affected

  • by a room and a building, and how

  • it could affect your feelings, and the way different people

  • lived, and just the idea of construction.

  • It was all fascinating to me.

  • So I'm from Toledo, Ohio, proud Toledoian.

  • Have you ever been there?

  • I have never been to Toledo, Ohio.

  • I am from Springfield, Missouri by way of Shawnee, Oklahoma.

  • And I am also proud of both.

  • So I'm just going to do a quick recommendation

  • if you do ever visit Toledo.

  • OK, where do I go?

  • So you need to go to a Walleye game, go fish.

  • You need to go to a Mud Hens baseball game.

  • Let me tell you, we love our Hens, our hometown Hens.

  • And you got to visit Promenade Park, great place by the way.

  • What's going on in Promenade park?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • We have summer concert series and I'm going to plug that.

  • The summer concert series, we've had people like Diana Ross,

  • famous country singers, you're going to love it there.

  • That sounds amazing.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • There's variety.

  • And number two, Toledo is very diverse,

  • you're going to love it there.

  • There's a diverse group of people,

  • and all the people there are just great people

  • and really, they're just all awesome people.

  • I just got to shout out Toledo.

  • And if you could interview one person, who would it be?

  • I'm going to start with you, and one question.

  • Serious question.

  • You ready?

  • How you feeling about the Browns this year?

  • Honestly, I don't know anything about sports.

  • Like my brother always tries to tell me about sports,

  • this is where that knowledge would actually be--

  • But you just told me the Mud Hens.

  • Well honestly, I don't really know how

  • they've been doing this season.

  • I know they've been doing, you know, they're doing great.

  • So you know, I was gonna say they're doing pretty good.

  • Well, I think you guys are in good shape.

  • I think the Cleveland Browns are going

  • to be a formidable team this year with Baker Mayfield.

  • All right then, Brad.

  • So check in.

  • Brad, thank you so much for joining us.

  • This has been an incredible interview.

  • But for now, reporting in Los Angeles, Jaden Jefferson,

  • Jaden reports eyewitness news.

  • Jaden, thanks so much.

  • That was cool.

  • You're really good at this.

  • Thank you, I love it.

  • That was wonderful.

  • All right.

  • I think you did very well.

  • That just was on the spur of the moment,

  • you didn't know he wanted to interview with you

  • and so you went back there.

  • So we thought you did such a good job,

  • are you ready for your next assignment?

  • Very.

  • OK, so tomorrow on the show, we have

  • someone that we want you to interview

  • so you have a press pass to come back here

  • and you're going to interview Oprah Winfrey.

  • Oh my gosh.

  • You're joking, right?

  • Nope.

  • Lady O?

  • Lady O.

  • Lady O.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • Unbelievable.

  • Yeah, Lady O. Now, I like that you called her Lady O. Now,

  • she's here tomorrow and what's your first question

  • you would ask Lady O?

  • I have preparations tonight.

  • OK, all right.

  • Think about it and you'll ask her tomorrow when you're here.

  • Hi, I'm Andy.

  • Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel

  • so you can see more awesome videos, like videos

  • of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things like ball

  • peen hammer, and also some videos of Ellen

  • and other celebrities if you're into that sort of thing.

  • God [BLEEP].

You're so used to walking out and greeting everyone.

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