Kunis to join Kutcher on Men

Last updated 05:00 06/03/2014
 	 Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
Reuters

JOINING HER BOYFRIEND AT WORK: Mila Kunis and Two and a half Men star Ashton Kutcher

Relevant offers

TV & Radio

Men are getting perms for Jon Snow hair British spy chiefs' mission to recruit female spooks Aimie Cronin: why Hilary Barry keeps us sane Game of Thrones' Isaac Hempstead Wright saddened by shock death Hathaway and Corden in epic rap battle TVNZ stars share ball photos for throwback Thursday Dunedin providing the data that could shape humanity's future What would Don Draper buy? Get yourself a piece of Mad Men Curly Sue's Alisan Porter wins The Voice US Why Pirates of the Caribbean star shuns social media

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher will reunite on television.

CBS executives announced Kunis, who starred opposite real-life love interest Ashton on That '70s Show, will guest star in an upcoming episode of Two and a Half Men.

According to The Wrap, the actress will play a "free-spirited world traveller" named Vivian, who wins over Kutcher's character Walden just before his proposal to another woman.

Kutcher and Kunis previously played boyfriend and girlfriend on their earlier period sitcom That '70s Show, which ran for eight seasons on Fox.

The two stars sparked speculation they had begun a romance in 2012 during Kutcher's split from ex-wife Demi Moore.

The former couple finalised their divorce in November 2013, shortly after his relationship with Kunis was confirmed, and it appears they couldn't be happier.

Kunis and Kutcher sparked engagement rumours last month after she was seen sporting a diamond ring on her wedding finger while out and about.

Sources told Us Weekly at the time Kutcher had proposed.

"She is crazy about him!" the insider said of the 30-year-old actress.

Apparently Kutcher, 36, went all out to ensure Kunis was presented with an incredible engagement ring.

He is said to have asked a jewellery company she is ambassador for to help with the band, which was supposedly made by ethical firm Gemfields.

"He's asked designer Arpita Navlakha to create an 18-carat gold ring set among 25 rose-cut pink diamonds," a source previously told British magazine Closer.

Ad Feedback

- Stuff

Special offers

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content