Mila Kunis Dating Ashton Kutcher Leaves Demi Moore Heartbroken

Hollywood darling, Mila Kunis, has been getting a lot attention lately for her on-and-off screen endeavors. The young actress has been romantically linked to her former That 70s Show co-star, Ashton Kutcher. After Kutcher’s unexpected divorce from Demi Moore, he and Kunis were spotted everywhere together sparking rumors that something more was going on. In the August issue of Elle UK, Kunis adamantly denies all of the claims that she is dating Kutcher. She goes on to explain that they have been friends and only friends for the past 15 years and that she is single. Yet there are photos of the two stars allegedly kissing at a party on Saturday, giving the public more reason to believe the rumors to be true. 

Although Kutcher and Kunis both burst onto the small screen playing memorable characters on That 70s Show, when the show wrapped in 2006, Kutcher was on track to become Hollywood’s next leading man, while Kunis took smaller roles in various projects. The tables have turned for the pair with Kunis making waves for her film roles, like her turn as the proud ballerina in the Oscar nominated film Black Swan. Since then, Kunis has had a string of hits and has been topping everyone’s hottest list. Currently, the actress has three movies already in post-production, including the highly anticipated Oz: The Great and Powerful, a prequel to the Frank L. Baum masterpiece The Wizard of Oz.

Kutcher, on the other hand, has been struggling to regain his footing ever since his very public divorce and cheating scandal. He was able to land a role on the hit show, Two and a Half Men after Charlie Sheen’s departure, but initial reviews of his work on the show were shaky. Nonetheless, Kutcher is set to play Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic of the genius behind Apple, which will hopefully lead him back into America’s good graces.

Whether Kunis and Kutcher are really a couple, or just a couple of friends, remains a mystery. But if Kutcher is smart, he’ll stay as close as he can to Hollywood’s brightest star. 

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Camira Powell

A California girl in every way, Camira was born in raised in Santa Cruz, CA. She is now a proud Stanford Cardinal of the Class of 2013 majoring in Communication. Her interests are varied, including international development, Civil Rights, Education Policy and Women's issues, and the intersections that exist between these subjects

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