Mila Kunis Denies Dating Ashton Kutcher; Actor Spotted With Mystery Blonde

While Rihanna and Mila Kunis have both denied dating the actor, Ashton Kutcher has been spotted out with a mystery blonde on several occasions.

The 34-year-old spent time in New York City last week and was photographed alongside an unidentified blonde companion. The pair was spotted again grabbing coffee in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Casually clad in jeans and a plaid shirt, Kutcher and his female friend acquaintance appeared to be just friends, walking an arm's length apart on both occasions.

Since his divorce from Demi Moore was announced in November, Kutcher's love life has been under the media's microscope.

Earlier this week, Kutcher and his former "That 70's Show" co-star Mila Kunis were seen having dinner together in L.A., sparking rumors that they were dating. Kunis' representative confirmed that the actress, 28, is single.

"They've been friend for years and they had dinner with a bunch of friends," said the rep. "They're not dating."

Kutcher has also been linked to screenwriter Lorene Scarfaria, who spent the holidays with the "Two and a Half Men" actor.

Additionally, Rihanna was forced to answer questions about her relationship with Kutcher earlier this year. When asked about her private life relating to Kutcher, Rihanna said the question was "disappointing."

"I'm happy and I'm single, if that's what you're really asking," said the singer during a press conference for her upcoming movie, "Battleship."

Meanwhile, Kutcher's ex-wife, Demi Moore has made a comeback since seeking professional help during a recent health crisis. The 49-year-old actress joined the party for her Lifetime series, "The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet."

Moore also returned to Twitter, where she had not posted on her account in nearly four months.

The actress indicated that she is moving on. Still tweeting from the handle modeled after her married name @MrsKutcher, Moore posted on Tuesday: "Time for a change, Twitter name change… any suggestions?"