"I think people want to love the shirt... because I hate the shirt," he adds, discussing how people bring it up in fan mail all the time.
In the interview, he also spends time talking about his life off the air, noting his house isn't full of flame-upholstered couches. "[My life is] a lot more mellow and it’s a lot more simplistic than I think everybody believes," he says. "I think everybody thinks that I live on a yacht that shoots off rockets." Fewer people might think that now, but they may never get the flame shirt out of their heads.
[h/t Huffington Post]
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