Mila Kunis AKA Meg Griffin, was apparently really mean to a 12 year old fan. National Enquirer reports that the fan approached Ms. Kunis at a roller skating rink in the valley (lol) and asked if she could get a photo with her. Kunis literally turned her back on her.
The little girl gushed that she was a HUGE fan and just loved Mila’s movies. But Mila just stared with frosty eyes when the girl asked if she could take a photo with her. Without even giving her so much as a brief smile or thank you, Mila literally turned her back on the kid, whispered something to her friend and skated off.
“Then the friend told the girl, ‘Mila doesn’t want to be bothered, so don’t approach her, or speak to her, again.’ The kid turned beet red and began to tear up as she watched Mila skating around laughing with her friends!”
Ms. Kunis has been in London up until at least 3 days ago, so unless she just got back or this anecdote isn’t recent, maybe the fan was wrong and that chick wasn’t actually Mila Kunis.
IF this happened, here are my thoughts. And these are my thoughts about celebrities in general. I don’t have anything against Mila Kunis. She’s just the example here, since this is a story about her. You can replace “Mila Kunis” with the name of pretty much anyone else with a similar career.
Celebrities don’t belong to the public and they have their own lives. They don’t have to do anything for us. They don’t have to take photos or sign autographs or do shit. And they don’t have to be nice about it either. That being said, f-ck you, Mila Kunis. Though you’re talented, you still got a damn lucky break going from That 70’s Show to the A-list and if you’re going to be okay with putting your face all over magazines and giving interviews and putting yourself out there for the public, then you need to be okay when the public — the people who support your career with their money every time they go see your films — asks for 30 seconds for a photo. I don’t care if this happens to you 15 times a day. That’s still 10x better than having a normal 9 -5 job. You’ve clearly forgotten what it was like for you when you started out and no one knew your name, and maybe you don’t realize how many actors who are just as talented as you are aren’t getting the work that you’re getting, and how many of them would be so happy to be where you are. Yeah, I know, “Ugh, this is my life here, am I obligated to do this for the rest of my entire LIFE?” yes, too bad, that’s the weird thing about being a celebrity, and even weirder is the day when no one will want to take a photo with you anymore, because someone younger will have replaced you, and no one will care about you, and you can have the entire roller rink all to yourself. If you don’t want people to bother you, don’t play into the Hollywood publicity machine.
In conclusion, shut up, Meg.