MILA Kunis wasn’t popular with men during her school years.
The actress admits her schoolmates were unhappy because she didn’t look as glamorous in class as she did on the cover of magazines.
“I think at, like, 16 or 17 I was on the cover of Stuff, which was a horrible thing to do because then you have these boys who assume that you look this way when you don’t. It was enhanced,” she said.
“So I showed up to class, you know, out of the shower and in sweatpants, which is the way I look when I show up to work at 6am and is not necessarily the way that I look when I walk out of the hair-and-make-up chair at 10am But I think for a 15, 16, 17-year-old kid, that’s a hard thing to fully understand. It’s like, ‘Why are this girl’s t*ts not popping out and why does she have no make-up on?’ It’s uncomfortable.
“I wasn’t [popular with guys], because in real life I didn’t wear push-up bras. They were like, ‘You don’t look like you do in those pictures. This is false advertisement.’ And I was like, ‘I know, tell me about it.’ I don’t even think the boys spoke to me.”
“I actually live a very mediocre lifestyle,” she said.
“After doing [That ‘70s Show] for eight years and [Family Guy] for more than a decade, you are, financially speaking, in a very lucky position where you don’t have to work for the sake of working.
“And I decided to take advantage of that. I don’t live lavishly, so it’s not like I have 20 assistants and travel privately and shop every day.
“I decided to step back and do things not just for the sake of doing them, but because I believe in them and I want to do them.”
“I solely wanted do films that inspire me, and to work with people who make me better. I wanted to just surround myself with people who I think are better than I am, whether they’re actors or directors or producers, so that I could learn from them,” Kunis adds. “And I think that’s pretty much what I’ve done. I think that if I hadn’t done it that way, then I would’ve just stunted myself.”
In a colorful headscarf, Jennifer Lopez and beau Casper Smart stepped out with her 4-year-old twins, Max And Emme, for lunch at MoRoCo in Toronto, Canada on Tuesday (July 17). They were joined by some of J.Lo’s family members on the sunny afternoon.
While the group is in town for Jennifer’s Dance Again summer tour, Casper, 25, is also taking some time for self-promotion. In a Tuesday interview with Good Morning America, he said J.Lo, 42, “is the boss.”
He added: “I don’t think it was [love at first sight] for either of us. It was just very natural how it happened. There was nothing before, no flirting, nothing.”
The twins’ father is Jennifer’s third ex-husband, Marc Anthony.
Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Almost Called Their Baby Mila!
Posted by Adam
Wednesday July 18, 2012
KOURTNEY Kardashian and her baby daddy beau Scott Disick almost named their newborn daughter Mila!
According to reports, the couple — who welcomed their second child, a girl, on July 8 — made a last-minute decision on their daughter’s name to Penelope Scotland Disick after she was born.
Kourtney and Scott welcomed daughter Penelope in front of her extended family and a home video camera, capturing the moment to air on a forthcoming episode of their E! reality show.
Meanwhile, Kourtney’s mom Kris Jennerisn’t pleased that her new grandchild is called Penelope — because it broke away from her family tradition of giving females names that start with “K” — Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie.
“Naming the baby Penelope has created a huge rift between the new parents and family members,” a source told American tabloid the National Enquirer.
“Kris has built a lucrative empire around the fact all the girls have names that start with a ‘K.’ Kris, along with Kim and Khloe, fear that Kourtney’s decision to side with Scott could hurt the Kardashian brand.
“But Kourtney’s praying that siding with Scott over her controlling mother and sisters will save their troubled relationship.
“Bruce is all for Scott and Kourtney starting their own independent little family.
“All the ‘K’ girls are furious at him, but he’s standing his ground.”