Zoë Kravitz went to a private concert at Prince's house, and he served her pancakes afterwards
In case you've never fallen down this specific YouTube wormhole before; there's a popular internet talk show called Hot Ones.
The premise of the show is that celebrities – from all lanes of entertainment – eat spicy hot wings while trying to answer in-depth questions about their lives and careers. Some past guests include Halle Berry, Shia Labeouf, Charlize Theron and more.
The host, Sean Evans, welcomed High Fidelity star Zoë Kravitz on this week's episode, which was released on Thursday.
During the chat, the thespian – who is the most recent star to slip into Catwoman's suit for an upcoming Batman movie featuring Robert Pattinson as the lead – recalls many cool anecdotes from her unconventional childhood.
In case you don't know Zoë's dad is a rockstar, Lenny Kravitz and her mother is the incredibly talented actor Lisa Bonet.
One of the stories the 31-year-old tells is about music icon, Prince. She recalled how she was welcomed to his house, where he performed in the basement and served pancakes afterwards, describing the experience as "Disneyland". The multi-talented celeb is also a musician in her own right and has performed on some of the biggest stages in the world and was featured on Janelle Monae's latest album, Dirty Computer on a song called Screwed.
During the chat, Zoë also spoke about going to Burning Man, hanging out with the cast of Big Little Lies at a bowling alley and being an ex-vegan.
Also, it has to be noted that where some people struggled to finish the interview and eat all the wings, Zoë didn't even take a sip of water.
WATCH THE INTERVIEW HERE: