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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are Engaged?

This is a good news, since they look so cute together! Very good pair! :) Mila Kunis immediately sparked rumors about a possible engagement to beau Ashton Kutcher when she stepped out in L.A. on Wednesday, Sept. 4, wearing a simple gold band -- on that finger. Kunis, 30, and Kutcher, 35, first started dating in April 2012, and have been tight-lipped on their relationship ever since. cr:usm
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they look adorable together...
@shoenami yes yes! a card is in order!!
oh no oh no.. have u heard though? Demi and Ashton Spotted together?
I'd love them to be able to finally do it though, they compliment each other really well :)
I think so.. so yeah.. they can't get married just yet
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Cómo ligar con Mila Kunis en una entrevista!
La actriz y un reportero británico están a punto de convertir una entrevista promocional de 'Oz, un mundo de fantasía' en una versión real de 'Notting Hill!!!jajajaj El reportero Chris Stark de la cadena BBC Radio 1 acude a su entrevista con Mila Kunis con motivo de Oz, un mundo de fantasía algo nervioso ("estoy petrificado; es la primera vez que hago esto", dice) y, tras una primera pregunta, empieza a liar a la actriz en una ligera y torpona conversación sobre sobre bebidas, fútbol y cerveza. Les dejo el video con la traduccion:) 00:43 MILA KUNIS: ¿Qué es lo que te asusta de todo esto? CHRIS STARK: Bueno, estoy hablando con... ya sabes. Hay cámaras por todos lados, mucha gente... Todos están sonriendo y eso, así que está bien. Pero es un ambiente algo antinatural para mí, que estoy más acostumbrado al pub de mi barrio, con los colegas. MK: Pues esto es lo mismo. CS: No puedo esperar a contarles esto. No lo van a entender. Todos tienen trabajos normales y yo he entrevistado a Mila Kunis; va a ser difícil de creer. Espero ganar muchos puntos. MK: ¿De verdad? ¿Crees que te invitarán a una ronda? CS: ¡Eso espero! MK: Yo también, tío. Estás haciendo un trabajo fantástico. Espero que consigas una ronda de... ¿qué te gusta? ¿El whisky? CS: Mmm... las jägerbombs [chupito de Jägermeister dentro de una cerveza]. MK: ¡¿Jägerbombs?! ¡Eso es asqueroso! CS: Bueno, nos hemos inventado una bebida que llamamos ladbombs. Consiste en meter un chupito de Jägermesiter en un vodka doble con Red Bull. MK: ¡Oh, Dios mío! Eso suenta como la peor bebida de la historia. CS: ¿Quieres...? Bueno, podrías venir con nosotros. MK: ¿Dónde está el pub? (...) Ok. Hoy no podría porque me encuentro mortalmente mal, pero puede que algún día vaya si me invitas a una... ¿cómo lo has llamado? CS: Ladbomb. [Chris empieza a hablar de los nombres de sus amigos hasta que se da cuenta de que debería volver a las preguntas] 02:18 MK: ¿Por qué? ¡Esto es muchísimo más divertido para mí! ¡Por favor! CS: ¿Has ido alguna vez a un partido de fútbol? MK: ¿Por fútbol te refieres al soccer? CS: Sí, pero aquí no lo llamamos así. MK: No, tienes razón. Era para aclarar a mi yo norteamericana. No, no he estado nunca en uno. Pero tengo previsto ir a Brasil el año que viene. CS: Bueno, yo soy seguidor del equipo de mi ciudad. El Watford F.C. No tienen muchos fans... MK: ¿No deberías darme una camiseta? CS: ¡Me encantaría! Te la enviaré encantado. MK: Me la pondré. ¿Cuáles son los colores del equipo? CS: Es amarilla. MK: Oh, vaya. No es mi color. ¿No podrías hacerla morada? CS: Pero el caso es que quedo con mis amigos, vamos al partido después de cenar en Nando's. ¿Sabes lo que es? Es una cadena de restaurantes de pollo... MK: ¡Me estás enseñando tanto! CS: No sé si estoy haciendo lo correcto, la verdad. MK: ¡Esta es la mejor entrevista que he tenido en todo el día! CS: El caso es que así es como veo el día: empezamos con el pollo... MK: ¡¿Pollo para desayunar?! CS: No, no, porque será como a mediodía o así. Después vamos al partido. Eso sí, el Watford no es de primera división ni nada. MK: Mejor, eso es demasiado cool. CS: Esto es ridículo, pero si tú quisieras venir... MK: ¿Contigo? Tomaríamos el pollo, después iríamos al partido... ¿y yo llevaría una camiseta amarilla? CS: Bueno, cantaríamos canciones y eso. En el descanso podríamos tomar un pastel. MK: ¿Un pastel? ¿Como una tarta de manzana? CS: No, como un pastel de carne. MK: Ah, vale. Te sigo. Volvemos a ser británicos. CS: Y después, quizás un par de pintas... MK: Sí, bien. Me gustan las pintas. ¿Cuál es tu cerveza favorita? CS: Eh... bueno... esto... MK: A mí me gusta la Blue Moon. ¿Tenéis de esa? CS: No, no. Nunca he oído hablar de ella. MK: ¡¿QUÉ?! ¡¿Qué?! Escucha. Voy hasta allí, tú me enseñas el fútbol y yo te enseño una Blue Moon. CS: ¿Cómo de rápido te puedes acabar una pinta? MK: Oh, bastante rápido. Solía trabajar como camarera. También sé servir cerveza sin espuma. ¿Qué? ¿A que no sabías eso de mí? CS: Deberías trabajar en el club de fútbol, detrás... Sería genial. Y yo debería volver a las preguntas. MK: ¿Por qué? ¡Esta es una conversación mucho mejor! [Monólogo con lugares comunes sobre su personaje y trabajo en la película] 05:40 CS: Mi colega Dicko se va a casar pronto y me ha invitado a la boda. Ahora estoy pensando que no tendré otra oportunidad de... MK: ¿Pedirme que vaya contigo a la boda? Bueno, aparentemente digo que sí a todo, así que... ¿cuándo es la boda? CS: Creo que en junio. MK: En serio, estaré trabajando. No bromeo. Tengo el rodaje de una película. CS: ¿Te has bajado los pantalones alguna vez en una boda? Quizás es algo sólo de Reino Unido... Ponemos un episodio de Los vigilantes de la playa, nos quitamos la ropa y bailamos. MK: ¿Sabías que salí dos veces en Los vigilantes de la playa? La primera era una chica que pedía ayuda porque su amiga se estaba ahogando y la segunda fui una niña ciega que se pierde en el bosque. Es un hecho. CS: Oh, vaya. ¿Se acabó el tiempo? Te doy las gracias y espero que haya estado bien. MK: Ha sido una entrevista genial.
Why Hilary Duff's Clothes Shouldn't Define Her Motherhood
Stop slut shaming. Why is it that every time a mom posts a picture of herself where she feels good, the internet has to tear her down because it's too sexy, too provocative, or too inappropriate? Check out the picture that has garnered 118k likes and over 1,000 comments! Hilary Duff, don't let the haters get to you. The 28-year-old mom is under major heat after posting this photo on Tuesday of the outfit she wore to pick up her son Luca from school. Though Duff was feeling 'semi cute' in her very short shorts, tan top, and long trench, many fans had other opinions on her outfit. While Duff did invite her fans to tag themselves in their own #ootd, she got a reaction that were quite the opposite of what she had probably hoped for. "Hey moms! I came up with a semi cute outfit for school drop off! I usually roll in sweat pants or lulu lemons and look like a disaster but this morning I managed to throw something cute together and I thought I would share," Duff captioned the photo. "Cut offs or jeans. A light weight trench over a sweater or tee, cross body bag sneaks or booties and a pair of Sunnies! Now you try! Tag me in your photo (annnnd you don't have to wear such a serious face haha)." Everything from Instagram user señoritaatomasita writing, "I am sorry, the only issue that I have with her outfit is how tiny her shorts are. It given men mix signals about it's okay for them to cat call a female because what she wears. Plus the outfit does not posh" to other user simplelittleway writing, "I have always like her but no way is this appropriate. They look like panties. To whoever said the only ones bothered by this are insecure moms that never lost their baby fat. I love my body and I am thin. I however would never pick my son up in that. It's inappropriate for kids to see woman in their panties. Also I would not want to embarrass my son." Some moms are furious. However, not everyone has the same opinion. Instagram user iledahorsetowater wrote, "Rock it! What is up with all the negativity?? I think you are doing a fabulous job!" Even user shenry1977 loves Duff's style, "Your outfit rocks! Haters = motivators!!!" Many other moms commented that Duff is looking better than ever and there is no reason to retire the shorty shorts to fit a very skewed social standard. Women who support other women, we need more of this. But here's the thing, Duff should be able to wear this because she feels comfortable and it makes her happy. For a society that constantly promotes feminism and girls uniting with other girls to combat slut shaming and gender stereotyping, the negativity comments are doing just the opposite. A mom can be a mom AND sexy, pretty, cute, gorgeous, stunning, funny, and appealing. Just because you have a child does not mean that a woman should sacrifice her identity. Everyone freaked out weeks ago about Kim Kardashian's almost full nude mirror pick and it looks like the same haters have made their way to Duff's post. Leave Duff alone, she looks amazing. One word : WERK.
Ashton's Awesome TCA Speech!
I think Ashton became Steve Jobs during his speech! lol Ashton seemed to treat his TCA acceptance speech more like a college graduation speech. After humorously admitting that he was receiving “the old guy award,” Ashton quickly moved on to talking about “insider secrets.” “I feel like a fraud,” Ashton then said. “My name is actually not even Ashton. Ashton is my middle name. My first name’s Chris… But there are some really amazing things I learned when I was Chris.” And that’s when things got really deep — Ashton told us the amazing things he learned as Chris. “It’s really three things,” Ashton (or Chris maybe?) said, “first thing is about opportunity, the second thing is about being sexy, and the third thing is about living life.” Here’s what Ashton has to say about opportunity: I believe that opportunity looks a lot like hard work. When I was 13, I had my first job with my dad throwing shingles up to the roof. Then I got a job washing dishes in a restaurant. And then I got a job in a grocery store deli. And then I got a job in a factory sweeping Cherrios dust off the ground. And I’ve never had a job in my life that I was better than. I was always just lucky to have a job. Every job I had was a stepping stone to my next job and I never quit my job until I had my next job. So opportunities look a lot like work. Ashton on being sexy: The sexiest thing in the entire world is being really smart. And being thoughtful and being generous. Everything else is crap. I promise you. It’s just crap that people try to sell to you to make you feel like less. So don’t buy it. Be smart. Be thoughtful and be generous. And of course, Ashton on living life: The third thing is something that I just re-learned when I was making this movie about Steve Jobs. And Steve Jobs said when you grow up you tend to be told that the world is the way that it is and your life is to live your life inside the world and try not to get in trouble and maybe get an education and make some money and have a family. Everything around us that we call life was made up of people that are no smarter than you. And you can build your own things and you can build your own life that other people can live in. So build a life, don’t live one, find your opportunities and always be sexy. cr:usm
The So 70's Clothes of That 70's Show
That 70's Show was a pretty underrated sitcom set in the 70's full of laughs, love, and just enough drug use. The portrayal of teen life in the late 70's was pretty on-point, and also fairly understated, and the clothes the characters wore was just right. The suburban setting and awkward teens-verging-on-adulthood age means that the fashion on the show was full of paisley polyester and mood rings. Unsurprisingly, Jackie has the best fashion sense and teaches us the highs of dressing in the 70's. Here are some of the best super-70's looks featured on the show. Jackie and Donna demonstrate sweater vests and turtlenecks made cool. Who ever thought they would see teens rocking these layered grandpa styles? Only in the 70's. Jackie's shag and faux fur jackets were all the rage in the 70's, and keep making comebacks. She also had those bombshell waves going on, complete with a middle part. Donna was queen of the peasant blouse. While this style isn't my favorite, she rocked it like a pro, with the help of with mini braids in her hair. Not only is Jackie's top the most 70's a floral print can get, but the addition of layered denim over it takes the look to another level. Laurie's shirt looks so perfectly retro against that couch (and that afghan), it's insane. Her shirt may be beyond washed out and dowdy, but that Farrah Fawcett blowout makes it work. Kelso's layered prints and Jackie's shag trim on her jacket make them the most fashionable pairing on the show. Brb, going to get a puffer vest. Finally, the gang reminds us of the importance of ensemble dressing. Jackie and Donna might be rocking 70's style in every episode (shout-out to Donna's kerchief), but they would never look so cool without guys in printed button-down shirts surrounding them, and a so 70's living room to hang out in.