Need for Speed may be Aaron Paul's movie, but his wife stole the show at Thursday night's premiere.
Lauren Parsekian joined her actor husband on the red carpet at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, modeling a black dress that featured a mesh top with opaque panels and a knee-high slit in the skirt. The Kind Campaign co-founder completed her look with a statement necklace and platform heels.
That same night, Paul appeared on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where he admitted that people still aren't over his Breaking Bad days. "I think the audience is just really growing. Still to this day, people say, 'Please call me a bitch.' It's ridiculous. It's incredible," the former TV star told host Jimmy Kimmel.
"It was just a very long weekend. My buddy got invited out to the prince of Brunei's birthday party outside of London at this castle. I was like his plus one," Paul recalled. "When I showed up at the castle, he was like, 'Oh, my god! You played Floyd in Whatever It Takes...He took a liking to me."
Later that night, he chatted with the prince and the singer in the library for an hour. "It was so weird," Paul recounted. "We got pretty drunk that night in the library bar. It was so bizarre. We did shots of tequila. We were talking about life and growing up. And [Jackson] said, 'If you have issues, it's all about forgiveness.' All night long, you could tell his shirt was brand new, but he had the little M sticker for medium on his shirt. And I just wanted to take it off his shirt so bad but nobody wanted to bring it up."
Paul "never" saw Jackson after that, but he did stay in touch with the Prince of Brunei. "He invited me out to his younger brother's sweet 16 birthday...I brought a couple of buddies," he remembered. "He said, 'You've got to stay at the palace.'" Paul and his pals agreed to spend one night at the prince's pad.
"He insisted that I slept in his bed. I didn't sleep in the bed with him! It is a giant throne. All of his friends slept on little pads all around the bed. And he insisted on watching Whatever It Takes, this movie that I did that he loved me in," he said. "It was so weird. It was all so bizarre. But I love him to death."