Ashton Kutcher And 'That '70s Show' Cast Reveal How They've Stayed So Close

Stacey Cole

Ashton Kutcher and the cast of That '70s Show have revealed the secret of staying close to your friends despite being miles away from one another.

The cast of That '70s Show know the secret of how to make high school reunions less awkward: simply stay close to friends throughout the years.

There are several ways to stay close to friends despite being torn apart by distance, and the cast of That '70s Show are nailing it like no one else.

At least six actors from That '70s Show – Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, Laura Prepon, Wilmer Valderrama, and Topher Grace – are staying close in 2017 despite the Fox period sitcom ending its run more than a decade ago.

And there's no need to marry each other to stay close, although it works as seen in the case of Ashton Kutcher and Kunis, who tied the knot in 2015 and recently welcomed their second child.

While Ashton Kutcher and Kunis always said they were "just friends" while filming the show in the early 2000s, they eventually emerged as a little bit more than "just friends," according to People.

But if tying the knot with one of your former classmates just to stay close to them seems a little too extreme, then you should definitely consider getting together with your classmates for sing-alongs. The cast of That '70s Show proves that it works!

Nearly four years ago, the six That '70s Show cast members got together to sing some songs, and they documented it on social media. So the plan goes like this: get together to sing songs and play musical instruments and take group selfies.

Last year, Ashton Kutcher and Masterson (who shared that epic sing-together picture on social media) reunited to star in the Netflix comedy The Ranch, the second season of which is set to premiere next month.

"And it's not just a random engagement, it's an engagement to another friend of mine! So I'm double upset that neither of them told me."

Prepon, who was present during Ashton Kutcher's sit-down with Kelly (that's another thing That '70s Show alums have been doing over the years to stay close – going on talk shows together), confirmed that Kutcher was "pissed" at her, according to Entertainment Weekly.

But the smiles on their faces did all the talking. It also helps that former That '70s Show cast members gush about each other regularly.

Speaking to People back in August of 2015, Grace was super excited about Ashton Kutcher's and Kunis's wedding that year.

Grace couldn't contain his excitement, as he gushed about their wedding and compared the two to "great high school friends."

Grace said that he was "so happy" for Ashton Kutcher and Kunis, who met on the set of That '70s Show. It remains to be seen whether Topher Grace actually knew about his former co-stars' budding romance on the set of the show or not!

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