Mila Kunis is one of the most desirable women in the world. Thanks to a bit of innovative thinking and a persuasive Justin Timberlake, a US marine has managed to get a date with her. Actress will be joining the marine in November — at least for an evening of dinner, dancing and merrymaking.
Sergeant Scott Moore posted a video on YouTube, in which he asked the Black Swan actress to accompany him to the Marine Corps Ball in November in North Carolina. Moore is stationed in Afghanistan.
“Hi Mila, I just want to take a moment out of my day to invite you to the Marine Corps Ball with yours truly,” Moore’s Internet come-on states. “So take a second to think about it and get back to me. All right, bye now.”
When asked about the video on live television, where 27-year-old Kunis was talking about her new film ‘Friends With Benefits,’ her co-star Justin Timberlake persuaded the actress to be his date.
“Have you seen this? Have you heard about this? You need to do it for your country,” Justin Timberlake said to Kunis after being shown the clip on Fox411. He then sent a direct message to Moore via YouTube, announcing, “I’m going to work on this, man. This needs to go down.”
Kunis accepted the marine’s offer. “We’re going to make this happen, sir,” she said, looking into the camera. “I’m with you.” Further details on whether Kunis has taken additional steps to confirm she would attend the ball remained unclear. Calls and email messages seeking comments from Kunis’ publicist and Moore were not returned Monday.
One can only imagine the Semper-high-fives being shared among Moore’s friends, but the Marine should not expect the date to develop into something more serious — at least not according to Kunis’ recent statements about her romantic life.
Mila says she’s single and will remain that way. “I wouldn’t dare wish myself upon anybody at this point in my life,” she told GQ. “My shooting schedule is crazy.”
She doesn’t believe in having “friends with benefits,” either. “It’s like communism,” she told the mag. “Good in theory – in execution, it fails.” [via The Telegraph, Calgary Herald, Yahoo! and New York Post]