Ashton Kutcher humiliates magazine over 'proof' he cheated on Mila Kunis
It's not surprising to discover that two actors who have played a couple on screen end up in a relationship in real life. It has happened time and time again with celebrities, as we have seen with the likes of Brad Pitt and Angelina or Kit Harington and Rose Leslie. And when the time on set is as long as a shoot for television, there's even more chance of things developing.
Think about - when you are forced into enacting romantic scenarios, affection and close proximity each and every day, it's going to be pretty hard to ignore any feelings you may have for your co-star. At the least it can forge some important relationships, such as the friendship between Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher on the set of That 70's Show, which became a romance six years after the show ended.
The two began to date during the first half of 2012, and were engaged by February 2014. Since then they have gotten married and had two children - daughter Wyatt and son Dimitri in November last year. Rest assured, this is a relationship many fans of the show rooted for in real life, much in the same way that people rooted for Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke to get together (despite his recent engagement).
Yet that doesn't stop the rumour mill turning, as any celebrity relationship is going to be under scrutiny by gossip magazines and strangers across the world. Kutcher ran into one such rumour this summer when a magazine implied he was cheating on his wife. You might imagine the frustration this would cause when you're just trying to live your life in privacy, but in this instance he managed to take them down pretty quickly.
The "report", which came from Star Magazine, read "Hey, Ashton! Who's the girl?" while showing photos of Kutcher spending a day with another woman. If you are thinking that there's nothing wrong with a man and woman hanging out in a platonic way, you'd be right. Especially when the woman in question turned out to be his cousin.
Seeing the magazine and taking a photo to post online, Ashton tweeted it out with the sarcastic caption: "You should have heard how upset Mila was that I spent the day with our cousin. Sorry aunt Jodie these magazines lack integrity".
The tweet got over 15,000 retweets and 60,000 likes, which isn't a surprise given that Kutcher was the first Twitter user to reach over a million followers back in April 2009. People were quick to point out what a burn this was, as well as how strange it is that publications will do something like this.
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