Mila Kunis: 'I Don't Get Asked Out,' Talks Plastic Surgery

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    Cast member Mila Kunis poses at the premiere for "Friends With Benefits" in New York City July 18, 2011.
By Brittney R. Villalva, Christian Post Reporter
March 6, 2012|1:30 pm

Mila Kunis has topped more than one of the world's most attractive women lists, however, according to the "Black Swan" star, she never gets asked out. In a recent interview, the actress talked about her popularity and plastic surgery.

Kunis began her acting career at the age of nine and landed her role in "That 70's Show" when she was 14. The actress has since moved on to the big times with her role in "Black Swan." Since her role as a ballerina, Kunis said that her privacy level has traveled much further down the scale.

"I had anonymity," she told Bazaar during an interview. "Right now, not nearly as much."

Although the magazine referred to Kunis as a new "American dream girl," the actress also revealed that she hasn't been on many dates lately.

"I don't get asked out," she said. "This past year, I haven't been home, so who's going to ask me?" However that doesn't mean that the actress isn't interested in dating, she instead suggested that timing has a lot to do with it.

"I mean, I honestly think being single's great. Being in a relationship's great. It's all about the timing," Kunis commented. The actress split from actor Macaulay Culkin after an eight-year relationship in 2010, the same year she appeared in "Black Swan."

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The role in "Black Swan" required Kunis to lose weight.

"My shape is different. When I got down to 95 pounds, I was muscles, like a little brick house, but skin and bones. When I gained it back, it went to completely different areas," she said adding that now her body "will never be the same."

Despite the changes, Kunis won't be making any plastic surgery decisions yet.

"I will not put a needle in my body unless I have a medical reason," she told Bazaar magazine "but ask me in 10 years. Right now, I'm like, 'I'm going to embrace it,' but ... I'm probably going to want to have something done. I have no doubt."

 

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