Sandra Bullock appeared on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" on Thursday and went on a laughter ride with the host after the interview went down the path of some dark humor, but in good spirit.

Clarkson, the 39-year-old singer and host of the show, shared her excitement for having Bullock, 57, on her talk show and noted, "I’m nervous! I’m sweating."

Clarkson told the actress she is a huge fan of her work and the two bonded over their mutual admiration for each other. However, they could not control their laughter after Bullock noted, "My parents were good singers. They’re dead," and the host responded, "That's cool."

Bullock immediately asked Clarkson, "That they’re dead?" to which she replied, "No! That they’re singers! That’s so sad that they’re dead."

Later in the interview, when Bullock was discussing her newly released movie, "The Unforgivable," the host asked if she is a forgiving person in real life, to which the actress jokingly responded, "No. I have not forgiven my parents for dying."

The laughter ride didn't stop there as Bullock goes on to make a witty comment on Clarkson’s hand movements and noted they are similar to the "moves of a DJ," which made the singer laugh really loud.

At one point, Bullock noted that Clarkson’s pronunciation of "or" sounded like "whore" and asked, "Did you just call me a whore?"

Clarkson replied, "It’s uncanny how close to my friends you are." Bullock quipped, "Your friends are whores as well?" and Clarkson nodded, "Yes."

At the end of the interview, Bullock summarized the whole session and noted, "So she’s happy my parents died; I was called a whore. This is a great interview."

Fans took to the comments section and noted how fun it was to watch them.

One of the fans wrote, "The natural wit between these two is unparalleled," while another noted, "Haven't seen Kelly laugh so much. This episode is hysterical and the chemistry between her and Sandra with her dry sense of humor is off the charts. Loved this."

On the work front, "The Unforgivable" is streaming on Netflix. Bullock will next feature in movies like "Lost City of D" and "Bullet Train."

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Actress Sandra Bullock poses at the premiere of the film "Minions," in Los Angeles, June 27, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok