Mila Kunis Stars In Sixties Inspired Shoot For ELLE UK
The actress seems to deny dating Ashton Kutcher in the mag...
She told the publication: "Is a guy going to come up to me and ask if he can take me out on a date? Where can I go and have this date? I can't go anywhere! My house, his house… So what do you do?
"I'm trying to be like a normal girl and single girl… but the concept of being single and in my position is just not workable. I couldn't even go on a date if I wanted to!"
She also spoke about her eight-year relationship with former child star Macaulay Culkin and how she has no regrets: "Being settled so young really helped. You know, I wouldn't take back anything in life, not one thing.
"I think it all shaped me to be who I am today My ex-boyfriend, my family, my friends, everybody."
The actress, who is currently starring in new movie Ted, also told ELLE that despite having been in the industry since she was a child, it is her family and friends that have kept her on the straight and narrow.
The 28-year old claimed: "If it wasn't for the solid foundation of my friends and my family, I don't know who I would be.
"My friends have been my friends since I was a kid and I think that makes a huge difference to how I behave. They're not in the industry. They prevent me from becoming a total asshole."
She also credits her humble upbringing, in the Ukraine and the US, for giving her a good start in life: "I may have a lot now, but I'm OK if it all goes. I had everything when I was poor. We always had food on the table. Somehow, my parents made it happen. I felt loved and cared for.
"I'm grateful now that I don't have to wake up every morning and worry about how I'm going to pay my bills. But I'm not going to sell my soul for it."
Mila's full interview features in the August issue of ELLE on sale Wednesday 4th July. Also available as digital edition.
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