Mila Kunis has been working her way into my heart lately. Sometime between 2005 when I developed my slow burning love for That 70’s Show and last week when she spoke Russian, she became one of my tip top favorite ladies. But now she did this interview with the British Glamour, and I think that maybe she might need to slow her roll, just a little.
From Glamour via Amy Grindhouse:
On being insanely attractive: ‘[Winning the Spike TV’s Guys’ Choice award this summer for the Holy Grail of Hot was] insane. Listen, I couldn’t be happier to get any of this, because I think it’s hysterical and it makes all my friends laugh. If somebody finds me attractive, God bless them, I think it’s fantastic.’
On dating rumors: ‘Being single, I find myself not being able to be in a room with a man without, the next day, I’m dating that man [according to the tabloids]. That happened for a solid six months [after Black Swan].’
On Justin Timberlake: ‘He’s incredibly funny, we laughed a lot on set… Humour is an amazing quality to have. I like sarcasm, satire, self-deprecating humour. But I also think there’s something to be said for not looking for anything and being pleasantly surprised.’
On dating Justin Timberlake: ‘[Rumours are] an unfortunate thing that comes with the circumstances, but there’s no truth to it whatsoever.’
On Hollywood: ‘No one’s curing cancer in this industry, remember? It’s not changing the world. It’s just entertainment, an art, a form of escapism. My friends and family are my number one thing in life, but you need a healthy balance. This is a phenomenal job, but the most important lesson I’ve learnt is that you never want to let your only source of happiness come from something that’s so filled with uncertainty.’
On weight loss: ‘I’m a huge foodie, I love food. But when people say, ‘I can’t lose weight’, no no no, you can. Your body can do everything and anything, you just have to want to do it.’
I think that Mila’s charming, I do. The whole “if somebody finds me attractive, God bless them” bit? So adorable. But I don’t think it’s entirely fair for a woman who’s immeasurably gifted, genetically, who’s never struggled with her weight, at least not in a major way, and who has the means to hire trainers and buy healthier foods to call every single person who actually does struggle with weight out like this. I’m not saying there’s no truth to what she’s saying, I think there definitely definitely is, I just don’t think it sounds right coming from someone like Mila.
Images courtesy of Amy Grindhouse