mila kunis ellen degeneres show Mila Kunis talks Ashton Kutcher and Valentine's Day on 'Ellen'Actress Mila Kunis stops by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Wednesday (Feb. 13), where she plays coy regarding her relationship with Ashton Kutcher, and dishes about her ideal Valentine’s Day.

Mila on Valentine’s Day…

Ellen: So Valentine’s Day is coming up.  It’s tomorrow, I believe, and is that a big day for you?
Mila: Yes and no. I’ve never really put much emphasis on it. I’ve been single through Valentine’s Day. I’ve been in a relationship. Either way I’m fine with it.
Ellen: It’s a lot of pressure to do something really … If you had someone. I don’t know if you do or not.  But if you had someone in your life to spend Valentine’s Day with … what would an ideal Valentine’s Day date be?
Mila: I really don’t know. The truth is I don’t know. I think something simple, sweet, meaningful, is great. I love flowers. So flowers are nice. Chocolates, who doesn’t like chocolate.
Ellen: So that’s very stereotypical.
Mila: Super stereotypical.
Ellen: So you want roses and chocolate?
Mila: All day long.
Ellen: And, like a big stuffed teddy bear that someone sells on the side road.
Mila: I want the biggest bear and thousand roses. If we’re going to do it, we might as well do it full out.
Ellen: That’s what you want. OK, that’s good to know. I don’t know if there is anyone in your life or not. So I’m not going to push on that. I’m going to change the subject entirely.

Mila on staying in touch with her former cast members….

Ellen: So, you were on that show “That 70’s Show” and I’m just wondering do you keep in touch with the cast at all? (Shows photo of cast from “That 70’s Show”)
Mila: Yeah, we all keep in touch.
Ellen: Anybody more than the others? (Shows photo of Ashton and Mila from “That 70’s Show”)
Ellen: Oh, remember that. That’s Ashton Kutcher.
Mila: Yeah, I’ve worked with him..
Ellen: How is he doing, I wonder? Do you talk to him at all? When’s the last time you talked to him?  I’m just asking … it’s a show biz question.
Mila: [Laughing] It’s been, give or take a couple of minutes.

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