An interview with Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt was cut after they were both asked a personal question about their sex lives.
The actors, who are currently on a long promotional tour for their Sci-Fi film Passengers, called into the Australian radio programme KIIS summer fling for an interview on Thursday.
After discussing their film, host Sophie Monk steered the conversation to the sex scene in the film before asking them the most “adventurous” place either of them have had sex.
"Airplane,” Pratt immediately replied.
Lawrence paused before saying: “I don’t really have anything. I like being safe... That’s what really turns me on, feeling safe.”
Monk’s co-host Matty Acton then joked she had made the interview "awkward" before a publicist could be heard thanking them for the interview with it apparent both Lawrence and Pratt had been cut off from the call.
When the hosts asked if they could say goodbye, they were informed the actors had already left the call.
The stunned radio hosts then debated whether the interview was cut because they ran out of time or whether it was, in fact, down to their line of questioning.
Representatives for Lawrence and Pratt did not immediately respond to a request for comment.