While rumors sprout up every so often that Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher on the verge of divorce, their public appearances and individual interviews attest to the fact that, as a couple, they couldn't be happier. Proving the point, Mila made hubby Ashton very happy with her recent interview on The Late Late Show, when James Corden asked Kunis to describe her husband's appendage for female viewers. The question was posed in such a way that Mila quickly became flustered, confounded by the multiple choice question, but she quickly recovered from the embarrassment to tout Ashton's special gift.
Bad Moms Star Mila Kunis Reveals Ashton Kutcher's Greatest GiftE! News reveals that Bad Mom's actress Mila Kunis has been making the talk show circuit to promote her latest film, but has ended up talking about her husband, Ashton Kutcher, more than the film. First, Kunis was found gushing over Kutcher's talents as a handyman in telling the hosts of The Talk about Ashton's ambition to build baby gates for their home, prior to the birth of their first child. Mila says her husband, who also has a busy acting career of his own, disliked the baby gates available in stores and so became determined to build them himself.
"He can do it, he just takes a very long time," revealed Ms. Kunis. "Unless it's your No.1 job priority. One baby gate took six months. We needed four. I was like we don't have time. I was like, 'It's beautiful, this is a work of art babe, but we [need] four.'"
Speaking of Ashton Kutcher and his talents, Mila found herself getting very candid with host James Corden on The Late Late Show earlier in the week, when she was cornered into a game of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts. The concept was simple enough: answer a question or drink a full glass of clam juice. Mila chose the question and may have come to regret it, when Corden asked Kunis if her husband's endowment was more like a carrot stick or beer can.
At first, Kunis answered by saying it was like a carrot stick, but she quickly took that answer back, saying that beer cans are "short and stubby," which also wasn't true of Kutcher.
"I'm thinking it's short and stubby or long and thin. But no, [it's] like a Guinness."Later, E! News brought up the topic at the Bad Moms premiere, curious to know how Ashton felt about The Late Late Show game and Mila's answers.
"He was very happy about the Guinness," said Ms. Kunis. "And then I was like, 'I should've been like a 40!'"
Hoping to make her response clear, so there can be no questioning Ashton Kutcher's masculinity, Mila Kunis again asserted that same response.
"Listen, it's a fact. He's like a Guinness, you guys."Mila Kunis Was Shamed For Breastfeeding...Everywhere Mila, who is currently pregnant with her second child, recently spoke about her experiences in breastfeeding Wyatt, the first child to have been welcomed into the Kutcher/Kunis household. In an interview shared by People magazine, Mila comments that, while there are many choices open to new mothers, she chose to breastfeed and adds that she did so often, no matter where she was at feeding times. Ms. Kunis added that there were times that she had forgotten to bring along a cover, but said that she wouldn't let that her stop from feeding Wyatt.
"I need to feed her whether it's out of a bottle or out of my boob, no matter where I was," says Kunis.
Mila says that both she and Ashton received dirty looks from people in a long list of situations, leaving the couple feeling shamed for trying to feed their baby.
"It took us a little back because people actually looked at us in a shameful [way], and we were like, 'Oh my God,' because it's so not a sexual act," explained Kunis.
Regardless, the Bad Moms actress says she won't let public opinion dictate how she raises her children and that includes how she chooses to feed them. Even so, Kunis hopes public opinion will soon change, because other young mothers might be more easily intimidated by such judgmental glares.
"That's what I chose to do, but I think it's unfortunate that people are so hard on women who choose to do it and do it in public," the Bad Moms star says. "In the States and in our culture, we sexualize the breast so much that there's an aspect of it that people just don't know how to wrap their head around the idea of showing your breast in public."
Bad Moms, starring Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, and Kristen Bell, is currently showing in theaters.
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