Chris Pratt on Justin Bieber: 'How embarrassing to get punched by Orlando Bloom of all people'

The Guardians of the Galaxy actor thinks Bieber should stop felling so smug after his alleged victory

Chris Pratt has voiced the view of so many by saying that Justin Bieber should feel embarrassed after being allegedly punched by Orlando Bloom (scroll to watch film).

So far, Bieber has expressed his smugness since the alleged fight with the actor, after they reportedly rowed in Ibiza last week over Bloom’s former wife, Miranda Kerr.

Bieber was rumoured to have had a fling with the model in 2012 when she was still married, although Kerr has always denied this.

Bieber has since shared a picture of Kerr in a bikini (which he quickly deleted) and then posted a picture of Bloom in which the actor looked to be crying.

But Pratt says the singer has no reason to be feeling triumphant.

"How embarrassing to get punched by Orlando Bloom! Like of all the people you get punched by, it's Orlando Bloom?” said Pratt on hip-hop radio channel Shade 45, in which he was interviewed by DJ Whoo Kid and rapped "Forgot About Dre".

"You'd rather get punched by David Hasselhoff, that's more gangster?" asked Kid.

"Yeah dude, I'd rather get farted on by David Hasselhoff than punched by Orlando Bloom,” responds Pratt.

So there we have it, one actor would rather be subjected to Hasslehoff’s bodily winds than be the target of violence by Bloom.

Anyway, the Lord of the Rings actor is over it, as proved by his incredible public victory dance here.

Read more: Chris Pratt attempts to rap on radio
Orlando Bloom dances like no one's watching in Spain
Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom reportedly involved in fight
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