Kevin Kristopik, the Michigan teen whose number was tweeted by Justin Bieber on Saturday in a fit of vengeful rage, was on MSNBC today for an interview with Tony Alexander about the incident. It was hilariously awkward—video inside.

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Let's take note of the awkward things about this three-minute interview, shall we? (This may only be a partial list.)

  • The "Bieber's Revenge" graphic, complete with a picture of the pop star's head
  • The "Kevin Kristopik / In Cyber Battle with Justin Bieber" descriptor
  • Alexander: "And through that friend, you got Bieber's digits, as they like to say..."
  • Alexander: "30,000 text messages that came into your phone, the thing must've been blowin' up!"
  • Alexander's implication that Bieber is a huge MSNBC fan, along with his request that Kevin speak directly into the camera and address Bieber hair-on (har)
  • The cliched, "Are you grounded now?" discussion
  • Alexander: "Well, this may be a cyber battle, but you got some good Justin Bieber hair goin' yourself, Kevin."
  • Alexander's actual interest in this case (you can tell he's not faking it)

Aren't awkward interviews fun?!

Related: Justin Bieber's Twitter Victim Demands Apology