By InTouch Weekly
When it comes to live interviews, there's no telling what can happen. From the controversial to the downright provocative, the following talk show moments will go down in history for being absolutely awkward and totally unforgettable.
The look on Oprah's face when Tom jumped on her couch says it all. When you get past how bizarre his actions were, it's almost kind of sweet how ready he was to profess his (then) love for Katie Holmes!
David Letterman was more than ready to give actor Joaquin a hard time when he showed up to his interview looking more than just a little worse for wear. His awkward responses and odd demeanor was later revealed to be part of a mockumentary
Paris was clearly feeling uncomfortable with all the comments Letterman was making about her jail time — perhaps it was his own way of lecturing her?
Kanye's interview with Jimmy Kimmel could hardly be called an interview, considering Jimmy could hardly get a word in edgewise. By the time Yeezus fully exploded into his infamous rant, everyone else had long stopped talking.
Madonna's appearance on 'David Letterman' turned out to be the most censored interview of all time. She later revealed that she had purposely acted inappropriate to get back at Letterman for a reference he had made about her, which she took offense to.
You could cut the tension between Barbara Walters and Sean with a knife! The atmosphere turned instantly icy when the actor reaffirmed his belief that slapping women is acceptable under certain circumstances to Walters.
This interview between actor Jesse Eisenberg and blogger Romina Puga was probably the most awkward interview in the history of interviews. After chiding her for referring to Morgan Freeman as simply "Freeman," he continued to take jabs at her interviewing skills throughout his time on her show.