Shia LaBeouf can't run from his past.
The actor appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday, where he opened up to Ellen DeGeneres about his bad boy behavior and the steps he's taken to get back on track. "You've had quite an interesting life in the last year or so," DeGeneres said nonchalantly, as her guest politely laughed along with the audience. "I really don't pay attention to stuff, but uh, what happened?"
The Fury star didn't sugarcoat his troubles, telling DeGeneres, "Man, I went through like an existential crisis, which turned into kind of like, a, explorations. I had some hiccups, some judgment errors."
DeGeneres recalled that the actor "wore a paper bag" over his head when he walked the red carpet at the Nymphomaniac premiere in February, and in doing so, announced that he was not famous anymore. "So, you wore that. And then to apologize, you did a performance piece, which that sort of was, but you did a performance piece where people could come and see you and say whatever they wanted to you."
"Yeah, we had a table with all these implements," the actor, 28, said of his #IAMSORRY performance exhibit. "You know, there was like an Indiana Jones whip and some pliers and...It was sort of no rules."