Mila Kunis too busy for romance
Wednesday 13 July 2011
Mila Kunis wouldn't wish herself "upon anybody" at the moment.
The 'Friends With Benefits' actress - who recently split from Macaulay Culkin after eight years of dating - says she can't commit herself to a relationship as she's so busy and it wouldn't be fair.
She told America's GQ magazine: "I'm single. I wouldn't dare wish myself upon anybody at this point in my life! My shooting schedule is crazy. I'm a nomad till January." Despite being single, Mila insists she would never sleep with one of her friends like her latest character because she thinks it can only end badly. She said: "I've never been in one of those relationships. I haven't, but I can give you my stance on it: It's like communism-good in theory, in execution it fails. Friends of mine have done it, and it never ends well. Why do people put themselves through that torture?"
But Mila isn't lacking male company as she recently agreed to go on a date with an American Marine. The stunning star was asked by Sgt. Scott Moore of the 3rd Battalion 2nd Marines to accompany him to the upcoming Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, North Carolina, on November 18 - an offer she has taken up.
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