Mila Kunis: “That is the biggest form of bullying ever, the paparazzi”

First thing – let’s get to these weird photos. Continuing their “seriously, y’all, we’re just friends except it looks like we’re seriously dating” thing, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were spotted out together, having lunch with friends at the Soho House in West Hollywood. There really aren’t that many good shots of them, but you get the gist of it. They were in the same car. They sat together. Ashton looked like he was sniffing Mila’s hair at one point. That’s about it.

Now, in addition to that, Mila appears on the covers of Elle UK and Glamour Magazine’s August issues. The Glamour photo shoot is particularly bad – not that Mila looks bad in the photos, but the style and set pieces seem weird. As for the Elle UK cover – Mila’s face looks gorgeous. The dress looks like the losing piece on a Project Runway challenge. Go ahead and yell!! You know I’m right. Glamour put some of Mila’s interview online (go here to read it), and here are some highlights:

Mila on dating sites: “One of my really good friends met her fiance on an OkCupid-style website. OkCupid’s really popular–all my girlfriends have joined. I love those sites. I go on and I pick the guys for my friends. I think it’s great… It’s online shopping! We all get together with our laptops and have a glass of wine. Then we message the guy.”

Mila wishes she could date online: “If I didn’t do what I do, I would do Internet dating instead of going out to bars. In two seconds I would. It makes so much more sense.”

What would happen is she did date online: “No. Because, ultimately, what’s going to happen? I show up to coffee.… I’m OK in my personal life. I’ve never dated. I can say this honestly: I don’t know what it’s like to date. But also, how am I going to date? I’m not in one state long enough.”

Babies: “This isn’t the right time for me to have one, but I do want a family. I’d rather be in love and have a baby than have a movie.”

When asked if she fundraises for Obama: “More like street-art-based stuff in Los Angeles that I can’t talk about…because I’m pretty sure it’s illegal… I’d rather do that. I don’t need attention for it. What I truly believe in I will do privately.”

Being linked to Ashton Kutcher: “Ninety-nine percent of it is bulls–t. That is the biggest form of bullying ever, the paparazzi. Printing lies, making accusations, it’s just bullying.”

Losing weight for Black Swan, and gaining it back: “This is my normal body. It’s not 98 pounds. God, I’m probably 25 pounds heavier in muscle mass and weight at this point. What was crazy was, when I was shooting Black Swan, everyone was like, ‘Gosh, you’re really too skinny.’ Then my weight started bouncing back and they’re like, ‘She looked better when she was anorexic-looking.’ You can’t please anyone! It was just for work. I didn’t do it because I had issues. Now this is my normal weight that I started out with. [When I was 25 pounds lighter, I felt] flat, flat, flat. [She gestures to her chest and hips.] There was no shape, no form, nothing, nothing.”

[From Glamour]

Do you really think what we’re doing is “bullying”? Not really. But then again, I don’t think that “90%” of this stuff is completely made up either. Especially in Mila’s case – I understand that she doesn’t want to answer questions about Ashton. That’s fine. But find a more dignified way of saying “No comment” or “None of your business,” as opposed to “LIAR! BULLY! CRAZY!!” I mean, there are tons of photos of Ashton and Mila on dates for months and months. The jig is up.

Photos courtesy of Glamour’s slideshow and The Fashion Spot.

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  1. Terrific Terri says:

    Those pictures are awful.

    • corny says:

      agree and she’s awful, if bullying means publicity and that stops, she screwed so she better zip it and get on with it, that’s the freakin’ job.

  2. Anguishedcorn says:

    Yikes, those Glamour shots are so garish. Yuk. That cover shot actually looks like J.Lo.

    • gg says:

      Her head looks huge on the cover shots. She looks like a Bratz or something. Granted, it’s better your head be larger rather than smaller, but yipes.

  3. Cherry says:

    I agree. If you don’t want to talk about you private life- fine. But then don’t make weird comments like ‘Ninety-nine percent of it is bulls–t.’ I mean, that immediately leads to more questions: 99% of what? So what’s the 1% that isn’t bull?
    BTW, shouldn’t we talk about her ‘I’m probably 25 pounds heavier in muscle mass and weight at this point’-comment? I think she’s gorge, but she’s a bit chunky now, by Hollywood standards. I think that’s interesting, especially since she says that it’s her ‘normal weight’. I believe that, she looks healthy, in a very un-starlet-y way. Could it be a new trend? God, I hope so.

    • Melissa says:

      I think what she is saying is that the tabloids print mostly lies and speculation. That IS true, so why is that weird of her to say?

      • lamamu says:

        Right! In one sense, I agree with the bullying statement. (What we do here in the comments on celeb gossip sites is a form of bullying.) But, on the other hand, I think she misses the mark. Celebs put their personal lives out there every time they do interviews, etc, inviting the public into their personal space to get those box office numbers, because without those numbers, there is no career. Celebs shouldn’t criticize the public for taking what they offer. And it’s silly to think that the public isn’t going to form opinions (and voice them!) about their behaviors. Sorry, Mila, can’t have it both ways!

  4. JenD says:

    That’s bullying? Tell that to the kids who are subjected to bullying everyday. She’s an idiot.

    • Zimmer says:

      She’s probably never been bullied by anyone else so she has no idea what she’s talking about. Doesn’t mean she’s an idiot. There are many people that can sympathize, but have a hard time empathizing. They just don’t have feeling, intuitive personalities. I think she should avoid talking about something she hasn’t experienced.

      • UniqJaz says:

        @ Zimmer I absolutely agree with what you said ! She never fully experienced it, so she shouldnt say the the paparazzi are the biggest form of bullying. I dont think it is at all. They may harrass her ( i do think its harrassment) but bullying meaning she is walking out of her house and they say the nastiest, vulgar things to her ( not just ask her about her dating life), throw things at her, threaten to beat her up, have other people around her turn on her, ruin her self-esteem to a point where she is always questioning herself on everything and basically not allow her to function in her daily life without being afraid or worrying that her tormentors are going to be there. She does these magazine covers and puts herself out there and then doesnt want paparazzi to know who she is and ask her questions. I mean i know there are some sleeezy men who are paparazzi who may say innapproiate things to her. This why she has Ashton Kutcher there to fight them when they say anything wrong. But he is too much of a Douche to step in and help.

      • olaf78 says:

        Yes, perhaps she’s never been bullied in the conventional sense (but as an impoverished child of immigrants I doubt that is true) but have you ever had to deal with paparazzi in your life? Everyday, everywhere?

        Then what you are accusing her of, (a callous mis-use of a term without any first-hand experience), you are guilty of yourself.

        I prefer to respect that people know what it is to be bullied, and that their definition of their own experience is valid.

        I agree that self-pitying, sensationalist language is destructive, but without a lot more information I would hesitate to make a negative judgement. At least that is what I do with the kids I work with, some of who do get bullied.

      • UniqJaz says:

        @ olaf78
        I have full hand experience of bullying in exactly what i described in my post. That is bullying. I have dealt with that !!!
        “I agree that self-pitying, sensationalist language is destructive, but without a lot more information I would hesitate to make a negative judgement.”
        Why are you even on a gossip website if everything we speak of is not full knowledge anyway. We dont fully know any of the stories. She should have gave a lot more information rather tahn just say an ignorant comment ! Im going on what this girl said which is that Paparazzi are the biggest form of bullying ! That is very strong statement to say. Biggest form compared to what ? She should be more specific and say “in her experience”. Or she should have described an incident to back her statement up! She has such a platform to speak against bullying, she should if she is soo effected by it.

    • Irishae says:

      Yeah, I gave a massive eye-roll at that one. Bullying is the trendy social/behavioral issue right now, just like how everyone and their cousin’s dog were bi-polar a few years ago. Sad that it dilutes the real issue.

      My favorite usage of “bullying” is anytime someone has an opinion different than your own, the cool thing to do is call them a bully. Drives me bath salts cray-cray.

      • UniqJaz says:

        ^ your right perhaps because it is trending right now, that is why she is using the word.

  5. ahoyhoy says:

    Mila is too naturally glamourous for denim-on-denim and that ice cream pic. Some women just are—imagine them trying those shots with Audrey Hepburn—it doesn’t work.
    Mila belongs on fabulous gowns & dramatic make-up for photo shoots. Her look is so unique—why try to dumb it down and make her look like everyone else?

    What’s sad to me is that Mila dates a guy she’s ASHAMED of. Rightly ashamed of, but still.

    • Crystal says:

      ‘Mila belongs on fabulous gowns & dramatic make-up for photo shoots.’

      I agree. I feel the same way about Lana Del Ray too. When I see her in jeans and T-shirts she looks out of place, it doesn’t suit her.

      • Rhea says:

        I am right behind you ladies. She looks way better in fabulous gown and dramatic make-up! I want THAT Mila to come back, please!! Also, ditto regarding Kutcher.

  6. Loving CB says:

    Bitch please.

    I used to like her but there are kids killing themselves over being bullied without protection.

    This cunt wth all her resources and security needs to seriously stfu.

    Classic case of a delusional hollywood starlet. Ugh

  7. Trish says:

    extreme dieting wrecks the metabolism, at least at first…gaining weight back after how skinny she got would have been a piece of cake literally.. ;-) she looks healthy, not scrawny now…a gaunt face ages a woman, and fast..!

    • Schnauzers!!! says:

      I don’t care if she’s dating Asston. I hope she has the upper hand in the relationship…no doubt she does now that the world knows he’s a complete douche.

      That said, she is a beautiful girl and I am glad she doesn’t look gaunt anymore.

  8. Anne de Vries says:

    mmmm, given that a lot of paps constantly yell stuff at these ‘stars’ to get a reaction out of them, I can see how from her perspective it feels like bullying.

    • Dusty says:

      I say, “Mila don’t bite the hand that feeds you.” She wants it all. Or most of it :roles, money, fab clothes, pamerping, fame,pics on cover of mags, screen roles, opportunities the “undiscovered” talent relishes. Sorry Mila, we all can’t have it all – take the good with the bad or find another industry. We all have our crosses to bare!

      • Dusty says:

        I also think she is “now” offended by the paps because she is in a chunkster stage of her life. Hey, we all have those moments Mila!

      • Enn says:

        Really? She’s a chunkster? She’s effing gorgeous and I would love to have that body.

    • LIsa says:

      Agreed. Watch TMZ and look at the way they sidle up and start needling people. Even when they’re halfway respectful, there’s still a sleazy element to them, because you know they can turn on you if you don’t give them what they want.

    • Lisa says:

      Agreed. Watch TMZ and look at the way they cozy up and start needling people. Even when they’re halfway respectful, there’s still a sleazy element to them, because you know they can turn on you if you don’t give them what they want.

  9. MrsBPitt says:

    I kinda like Mila and Ashton together…I know everyone thinks AK is a douche and I get it, but part me thinks he put up with a cray cray wife for a lot of years…I think Demi was the one with problems and he stayed as long as he could. I mean at her daughters high school graduation Bruce and her other two daughters wouldn’t even sit with her…

    • serena says:

      If that was the case he should have ended things before the cheating-scandal, I guess he just wanted to have it all, convenient huh?
      Now he’s got the reputation of a serial cheater-douche and Mila has to deal with it too.

  10. mata says:

    Strike one: Hanging out with that douche nozzle, Justin Timberlake…and liking it.

    Strike two: Voluntarily hanging out with bigger douche nozzle, Ashton Kutcher…and liking it.

    Strike three: Lying and making the comparison between bullying and the tabloid inconveniences of her million dollar job.

    Sigh..My girl crush is over.

  11. Samantha says:

    Ugh. That Glamour cover makes her look like Teri Hatcher.

  12. serena says:

    She’s the one who’s saying bullshit. Honestly that’s disappointing. I guess she knows there is evidence anywhere, so why is she giving us that..?
    Is she ashamed of his reputation? Or is she ashamed of him?
    Either way, she should have thought about that sooner. Now it’s pretty late to deny.

  13. Mary says:

    I kind of feel like celebs get paid a crap ton of money for what exactly? Do they really work harder than the average person? No, they get paid more so they can look pretty and get their pictures taken. That’s what being an actress is all about. I get that she doesn’t like the paps hounding her, but if she doesn’t like it, she can choose another profession or live off of what she has made for the rest of her life and go live a quiet life somewhere. To compare what she goes through to bullying when there are many kids are ACTUALLY being bullied just makes me like her less. If you want to stay low-profile, don’t date a guy who is going through a media-circus divorce.

    • Zoid says:

      My friend (who works in production) works insane hours, so when I talk to her about it she can get a little annoyed with me…but… I’m with you. What are these starlets really doing? They’re not filming for 19 straight hours (side eye at Lindsay). They go back and forth from their trailer to the set. A ton of it is down time for the stars. And it’s still ridiculously overpaid. Sorry if this offends anyone, but I think being paid mega millions in (often mediocre) movies is bull. And as for the bullying comment… Yeah they’re annoying. They also keep you in the news though. So…. Eh.

    • Julie says:

      cant compare it to other work.
      they dont get paid for the work they do, they get paid for how much people they pull. if you read “John Doe stars in romantic comedy” would you be interested? if you read “Tom Hanks stars in whatevermovie” would you be interested? more likely you will be interested in hanks because you know him and you kind of know what to expect.

      if you repair cars you wont make millions but if millons watch you repair as car you will get millions.

      we buy their products and we watch their movies, so yeah they deserve it.

      its just wrong to compare it to other jobs. and what makes me really angry is when people say “a nurse ears so much less but her job is more important” i work in an office job and i make also more than a nurse. am i a bad person for that? because i dont rescue people and i still make more money?

      also if so many people go to see a certain star and the movie makes 200,000,000$ would it be fair if that guy or girl would be paid 1,500$ a month?

      • Mary says:

        But that was pretty much my point to begin with in regards to why they get paid the amount that they do. When the stars stay in the spotlight (ie when they are hounded by paps all the time), then they stay fresh in people’s minds and will attract more people to the movie.
        So because we watch their movies, they deserve millions of dollars? That’s total BS IMO but whatev.

      • Zoid says:

        I see what your point is with this Julie, because yes, they are the ones who help bring in the money, but I still find it to be flawed. Think of how many actresses make millions with little to no talent. And frankly, yes I do think it’s stupid. Why not give more to the people putting in the hours of filming, editing, screenwriting, etc? You know the real work? Unknown actors still make a ton more than the average bear, and people aren’t going to their movies based on who they are. But then the unknown ‘makes it’ and whines about how hard it is? Please. For the record, I also think getting paid bazillions for modeling is dumb too. Why not give more to the people who trained for years, put in the effort, ace lives/help others? The only reason I’m pointing this out is because some of these actors actually COMPLAIN. You’re getting millions are you’re going to COMPLAIN?

  14. Julie says:

    its a sensitive topic but there are similiarities. just think about everytime you leave the house those people are there with their cameras in your face, calling you names, taunting you to get a reaction, constant flashes in your face, getting physical.
    its certainly not cool.

    oh and dating ashton kutcher is also certainly not cool.

    the elle cover screams “five head”

  15. Jackson says:

    Boo hoo. I’m a Hollywood stahhhh and I only want my picture taken when I say so! I only want things printed about me that I approve! Good and bad, sweetie. And believe me, a whole lot more people have more bad than good with their own 9 to 5 jobs than you will ever get from papps taking your picture or people writing things about you. Too bad. Go educate yourself about what real bullying is before your open your mouth and sound so stupid again. Pretty only goes so far.

  16. Crystal says:

    She’s so pretty. I love her.

    Bullying??? Girl…
    I see she’s now suffering from Kristen Stewart/Natalie Portman foot-in-mouth syndrome. Stop.

    What is it with this new crop of stars?? All they do is f*cking complain. I mean…I don’t know what they’re going through but just like every other f*cking job, you need to take the good with the bad. She doesn’t have it as bad as say, Angelina Jolie and I can’t remember hearing Angie constantly complain. She has kids too.

    Before she started sneaking around with Ashton no one really gave a f*ck about her. And people will go back to giving zero f*cks about her when they break up.

    The Elle shoot is perfection. The Glamour shoot is tragic.

  17. TheOriginalKitten says:

    You guys really wouldn’t be a bit hurt if there were entire magazine articles and blog posts detailing your weight fluctuations?
    I 1,000% agree with her that it’s f*cked up that people got all up in her grill about being too skinny and now many of those same people are criticizing her for gaining some lbs.
    Yeah I know she’s famous and she signed up for it blah blah blah but personally there is no amount of money or fame that would be worth the scrutiny that women in the spotlight endure.

    • Zoid says:

      I’d definitely be annoyed by it, and hurt. These Internet forums would actually crush me a lot more. BUT that’s why I never want any part of Hollywood. She obviously thought it was worth it, or that it wasn’t a large enough inconvenience to stop her. Gotta have a thick skin in that business. We all have inconvenient parts of our jobs. Some people have to put up with a lot worse than her.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Oh ITA with everything you said. And believe me, my empathy for her is limited-she’s not working in a coal mine or a factory-she has a great gig. I just get where she’s coming from as far as the mean-spirited comments about her weight.
        Seems like people can be so unecessarily harsh.

      • Zoid says:

        I see what youre saying and I feel the same way. I agree that some people are being rude (she doesn’t deserve name calling). I just also feel that calling it ‘the biggest form of bullying ever’ was a bit of a stretch. It’s not like she’s a teenage girl in high school being legitimately bullied on her weight/looks. She knew the risks. She also has been called one of the most gorgeous women alive, so I’d think she would complain less :/ Oh well.

    • Julie says:

      its not just that but it also sets a bad example for young girls.

      • Jordan says:

        Yeah, if a tabloid says something about a movie star’s weight, then it sets a bad example for young girls, but then said movie star gets caught with cocaine up their nose and when they’re called on it, they say, well, um, I’m not here to be a role model for young girls. Again, can’t have it both ways. In a perfect world, she would not be called chunky. But then again, in a perfect world a more talented actress with not such a beautiful face would be getting her roles.

  18. Jill says:

    What??? They take pictures. Am I missing something here? Don’t be embarrassed now sister because your sleeping with this dude who has been around the block a few times.
    They are doing their job and it isn’t going to stop anytime soon.
    BTW all that photoshopping makes people look funny. Doesn’t look like a real photo.
    People in this industry kill me with all the hemming and hawing about the paparazzi. I mean…seriously.

  19. Puffy Schmuffy says:

    *Face Palm Confession*
    I actually think Kutcher is cute.
    His mistake seems to be the decline of a relationship that IMO appeared toxic to both him and Demi. She’s a hot mess.

  20. jazzmin says:

    Shut up Meg…..

  21. Sillyone says:

    I know I am in the minority here but I honestly do not see what all the hype is about her. Is she cute sure as in puppies are cute or the cute little chubby cheeked kid. Gorgeous or breath-taking not even close.

    There is something about her that I find absolutely deplorable and I haven’t figured out what it is yet.

  22. Carolyn says:

    You would cry, stamp your feet and do anything to get them back if they would ignore you dearie..

    • NerdMomma says:

      This is so very very true

    • Eve says:


    • botox says:

      Now, if we understand this simple concept, that is – without publicity they mean nothing in Hollywood, then someone explain me why so many people believe these two are really dating. There are such obvious signs showing everyone that these photo shoots with Kutcher have been staged – like the bike ride shoot with her publicist behind her back..etc – that it baffles me how people still buy this thing.
      “I also want to pay tribute to the incredible marketing campaign that began generating interest [for Ted] from a very early stage,” Universal president of domestic distribution Nikki Rocco said.

  23. LittleDeadGirl says:

    I have to say it must be hard to be in Hollywood. I wouldn’t join that place if you promised me a million dollars a year. It’s just not worth the craziness. That being said she’s made more than enough money at this point to quit if she wanted to so no need to bitch about the paps.

    She was way too skinny in Black Swan but I just don’t think she looks that good now. She needs to work our and get a toned body back. I think she was probably naturally skinny and now she wrecked her metabolism and she’s no longer 19 and she needs to accept that like the rest of us, you want a toned body, you gotta work for it a bit.

  24. HotPockets says:

    I’ve never liked Mila Kunis and found that she seems very ungrateful for the opportunities given to her. I obviously don’t know her, but reading through some of the interviews she has done, she seems very full of herself and immature. I don’t understand why anyone thinks this girl is cool and deserves better than Ashton Kutcher, she seems like more of a D-bag than him!

    I’ll always remember the press conference she did with Justin Timberlake for their movie and one of the questions was about why Justin decided to pursue acting instead of his music and Mila answered for him and was really bitchay about it, and the whole time she was giving the death stare. That set the tone for me about this chick.

    • taylor says:

      You need to do a bit more research and read a few more articles then. Your description of her could not be more off. She IS one of the most down to earth and cool actresses in Hollywood, which has much to do with her appeal. And several other actors/directors that have worked with her have said as much. When she was on Conan, he wrapped his interview with her by saying she is one of the nicest people in the industry, and several fans have commented on how nice she was when they met her. And I could not disagree more with you about your description of the JT press conference. The entire room was laughing, it was a light moment, where she was defending him and having fun with a silly question.

  25. NerdMomma says:

    Why did they photoshop her into an Olson Twin? She looks really weird here.

  26. A says:

    Please. Mila has it easy compared to most celebs. She most likely hooked up with Justin when he was with Jessica (those hacked photos from her phone with him having her panties on his head…I was surprised a bigger deal wasn’t made of that). Anyway, she didn’t get dragged through the mud or called horrible names in most of the tabloids after that. Off the top of my head, I can think of numerous celebs who have it worse: Anne Hathaway, Blake Lively, Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, Natalie Portman, even Viola Davis. And of course, the major A list stars like Brad, Angelina, Beyonce, and George. I once saw a clip of Kristen Stewart and some guy who was apparently her dad in the airport. Anyway, the pap made an incredibly graphic and crude sexual comment about her and Rob Pattinson right to her face and in front of her Dad. After Anne Hathaway’s boyfriend got arrested a few years ago, apparently the paps would follow her around taunting her and accusing her of knowing of his crimes. Yes, both of those situations were terrible, at least to me. People online (I’m sure the paps too) accuse Blake Lively of fucking every single guy she’s ever worked with and other guys to get a part. The tabloids accuse Angelina on being on every drug under the sun and being a bad mother. They are always implying that Brad cheats. People accuse Beyonce of faking her pregnancy when there are photos of her several months pregnant in a bikini. I could go on and on. I do think tabloids, blogs, and forums can cross the line into bullying. However, I’ve never heard of Mila getting put through the wringer like that. Her face is never splashed on the tabloids with words like “drug scandal” or “cheating.” She’s not being slut shamed…people are saying she’s too good for Ashton. It’s a valid point that the media can cross the line, but at the same time I would say she is not one of the stars which has had to deal with incredibly nasty stories. The worst thing I’ve ever seen are a few articles about her weight gain, and then most of them are positive and in favor of it.

    • storyteller says:

      Well said. I’m sure it’s not pleasant to have paps following 24/7 but hey, she picked her poison. They all did. This idea that you can be rich and famous and not pay some sort of price for it is delusional.

    • Deena says:

      I have seen some videos of Kristen Stewart that make me really really sad. The verbal taunting was just the tip of the iceberg- but in a recent video the paparazzi actually turned over her luggage cart, and got into a physical altercation with her assistant and stole his hat, all while screaming and pushing into Kristen and calling her terrible names. Then she flips them off while they try to crawl into her car with her, and that’s all that people see. They don’t see what led up to that point. They don’t hear that the guys are calling her names and taunting her about Rob cheating on her, etc. It’s awful. I wouldn’t want to do it for one second. It IS bullying. They will say anything to get a rise out of her, and unfortunately Kristen usually gives them what they want. I wish she wouldn’t, but I don’t think she has the nerve to just ignore them. She reacts.

      • LittleDeadGirl says:

        Wow, that sounds kinda terrible. I’ve never seen anything like that but this is the only gossip site I visit.

  27. Elle says:

    If she does not want to have her picture taken maybe should move to Wyoming and become an accountant. I get so annoyed when actors complain bout the paparazzi. It is part of the job. Be grateful you make a bunch of money instead of working minimum wage jobs and struggling to afford food!

  28. Mouse says:

    Usually I like her, she seems articulate and thoughtful during interviews. Most of the time.

    But I have to say I agree, the bullying comments are way off. It made me think of how pissed I was at Kristen Stewart for comparing getting her photo taken to rape. It’s what you signed up for when you decided to become an actress, you don’t have to like it, but bitching like that about it publicly makes you look like a giant asshole.

    And if Mila is hooking up with Asshat Kutcher, she’s lost a lot of points with me and I’m really grossed out. He is 9 kinds of nasty.

    • lucy2 says:

      I agree.
      I’m sure it really does suck sometimes be followed and photographed and gossiped about, but comparing it to bullying that way isn’t the wisest choice of words.
      For the most part she seems to stay under the radar, she’s rarely in the tabloids except for this whatever with Ashton (which I’m still hoping is nothing, ew).

    • kay says:

      Didn’t Johnny Depp say something equally as repulsive as well?

      My memory is terrible today.

      • Crystal says:

        Yep, he did (made a similar rape comment). But he has a penis so people forgave him pretty quickly. You know how it goes.

  29. RobN says:

    It’s a disappointment when somebody you kind of liked turns into a complaining harpy.

    Say it with me Mila, I will not complain about the people who have made me famous, rich and privileged.

  30. Michele says:

    I didn’t realize she has such wavy hair. I’m so used to seeing her with sleek, straight hair. She looks so tiny in those phototshoot pictures. She could pass for a teenager.

    I really don’t care who she dates. Ashton and Demi’s marriage is kaput so it’s no big deal if she is seeing him now.

    I think the paps do bully celebrities. If she feels bullied, who am I to disagree with how she feels?

  31. Kim says:

    Her “acting” or lack of being able to is worse than any bullying! Bite the hand that feeds you much Mila? Im so over these egomaniac young stars with barely any talent. You are so replaceable.

    • taylor says:

      Right, that’s why she got Golden Globe nominations, and Screen Actor Guild nominations, and why she is having directors like Raimi and Aronofsky hire her…your hate is over the top.

  32. Aubra says:

    Damn…tough crowd!!! LMAO

  33. kay says:

    I guess all the families left picking up the pieces of their lives, after their loved ones killed themselves because of bullying, will be consoled knowing that starlets have it worse.

    what a f-ing ignorant statement.

  34. Amanda G says:

    I think I’m going to try to ignore this whole news item because it makes Mila look like an idiot and I really like her generally. Yes, the paps can be rude and dangerous, but don’t you dare say it’s worse than a CHILD getting bullied to the brink of suicide! I hate how the term “bullied” is now the “it” word of Hollywood. Most don’t even know what bullying is.

  35. Camille (The original) says:


    I like you and think you’re gorgeous and talented, but what the eff are you thinking ‘dating’ that turd of the lowest order Asston? I mean come on! There must still be a few nice young guys left in HW surely??

    As for that interview, well it wasn’t her best one that is for sure.

  36. Jordan says:

    Ugh, I’m starting to not be able to stand Mila. Really? Paps are the ultimate bully? I guess all those teens killing themselves after being bullied beyond reason were all just whiners who don’t understand how bad it can get when you’re rich, famous, adored, beautiful, and so interesting that people wonder who you’re dating.

  37. Violet says:

    Mila’s just defensive because she’s getting flack for dating that loser, so she’s essentially having to do the walk of shame on a daily basis.

  38. taylor says:

    Wow, some of the comments on here are amazing, there is absolutely nothng wrong with what she said…some blogs and paparrazi are a form of bullying…way to take it completely out of context. For example, several blogs still want to spew out the nonsense she had a relationship with JT and she never did….but that is how it goes, and how some paparrazi approach and attack celebs is reprehensible. But it is the nature of the beast in the celeb world, but it sure doesn’t make what she said not true.

    • Amanda G says:

      I just cannot stand behind her ignorant statement. She is rich, beautiful and can afford security. A young kid in school who is harassed for being gay or different in some way cannot. I think the paps can be dangerous and crude, but the BIGGEST FORM OF BULLYING EVER? No. Way. And I do like her very much, but I think she should have chosen her words more carefully.

  39. Emily says:

    I don’t like the paparazzi. I think they’re often overly invasive. I don’t think celebrities give up all rights to privacy because they’re rich and famoust.

    Saying paparazzi are “the biggest form of bullying ever,” however, is entitled, ignorant, spoiled hogwash.

    She and Ashton deserve each other.

  40. belle says:

    The girl is Jewish and can remember living in Communist Russia, even if she was really little, she has memories of it so I’m going to cut her some slack when she talks about what it feels like to be bullied.

  41. Emma says:

    Whoa! That Glamour shoot is one of the worst photoshoots I’ve ever seen.