Actress Mila Kunis recently experienced an unfortunate wardrobe mishap during her visit to New York for an interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Kunis had done all her fittings in Los Angeles, but when she touched down in Brooklyn, the actress realized not all her clothes had made the trip. Consequently, she had to borrow undergarments from her team.
However, Kunis wasn’t so upset about the wardrobe error. She joked about it during the interview, telling the audience that she even wore children’s underwear for them. The actress made the revelation as she got booed for her distaste for pizza. Kunis also shared that her husband, Ashton Kutcher, ironically got her a pizza oven for their anniversary.
Kunis has been busy promoting her new film “Luckiest Girl Alive,” which is about a woman forced to confront her traumatic past because of a true-crime documentary. During another recent interview, the actress spoke about Kutcher’s 2019 Vasculitis scare and said they powered through it as a family.
Read on to find out more.
Mila Kunis’ Clothes Were Missing
Kunis recently appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” as part of the media runs to promote her new Netflix film, “Luckiest Girl Alive.” The actress had done all her fittings for the interview in Los Angeles before flying to New York, where Kimmel was filming as part of a special program in Brooklyn.
Unfortunately, when the actress got to her dressing room, she realized that not all her clothes had made the trip. During the interview, she shared the story with Kimmel and said (per Yahoo), “I show up here. I open my garment bag to put on this dress and these shoes but there’s no bra, no underwear and no socks. Why I wasn’t wearing those garments is a whole other story.”
Kunis laughed as she explained that the costume department didn’t have enough time to find her adequate replacements for all the missing items. Consequently, the “Friends with Benefits” actress was forced to borrow the essentials from her team.
She said, “So I’m currently wearing my publicist’s bra, my manager’s socks, and your costume department found children’s leggings from the Children’s Place that we have cut into underwear. I am wearing children’s underwear.”
She Joked About The Wardrobe Mishap
Kunis also explained that she’d have gone without the undergarments, but the only dress she had was sheer, so that wasn’t an option. However, the actress took the incident well and even joked about it in the interview after the audience booed her for her dislike of pizza.
The actress shared that she’d grown up eating a lot of pizza because her father worked as a pizza delivery man, which made her and her mom hate it. As Kunis admitted that she hadn’t eaten pizza during her New York trip, the crowd of New Yorkers booed her loudly.
She said, “L.A. has perfectly fine pizzas, guys. Hold on. You know what? You know what? I am wearing children’s underwear for you!” Kunis also revealed that her husband, Ashton Kutcher, ironically gifted her a pizza oven for their anniversary, so now she also makes pizza.
Mila Kunis Is Busy Promoting Her New Film
Kunis has been busy recently with promotions for “Luckiest Girl Alive.” It’s a new Netflix film about a woman forced to confront her traumatic high school experiences after a crime documentary director interviews her about a school shooting and sexual assault incident from that period.
During the interview, Kunis said, “I mean, I don’t know if I’m gonna sound like a sociopath, but it wasn’t that hard. I have a very healthy relationship when it comes to acting. I don’t live and breathe it when I come home. I’ve always said this – who I am and what I do are two very different things.’
Mila Kunis Recently Spoke About Her Ashton Kutcher’s Health Scare
Kunis’ interview with Kimmel comes shortly after her interview with Entertainment Tonight, during which she spoke about Kutcher’s 2019 Vasculitis scare. The “That 70’s Show” star explained that they had no time to waste on talking and moping about the diagnosis, as they had lives to live and kids to care for.
She said, “So, this happened right before COVID, so this was three years ago. I don’t think you have time to sit down and talk; you kinda just power through. You go and deal with whatever health issue comes your way, but you still got kids, you still got a family, you have to live life.”