Mila Kunis is so proud & smug about not standing for Will Smith at the Oscars

Mila Kunis is currently promoting Luckiest Girl Alive, which is why she’s on the cover of C Magazine. I haven’t looked at Mila the same since she and Ashton Kutcher kicked off the whole “do rich white people bathe” conversation, which lasted for months. Mila and Ashton barely wash themselves or their children and they proudly announced that last summer. Well, their dirty asses also went to the Oscars this year, and Mila used this interview to brag about how she and Ashton didn’t stand up for Will Smith when he won Best Actor (which happened an hour after he slapped Chris Rock). Predictably, Mila has a particularly smug and patronizing take on that and many other subjects. Some highlights from C:

Mila & Ashton didn’t stand for Will Smith: “The idea of leading by example, only makes sense when you actually have someone to lead. We have our tiny little tribe here at home, and never once do I want to tell them to do something if I’m not willing to do it myself. Not standing up to me was a no-brainer, but what was shocking to me was how many people did stand up. I thought, wow, what a time we’re living in that rather than do what’s right, people focus on doing what looks good. It’s insane to me.”

On her Ukrainian-Soviet roots: “I’m American. I assimilated so quickly. I don’t speak Ukrainian, and my Russian is stunted at an 8-year-old level. But I will say that this war gave me a sense of identity larger than being just American. Having kids changes your perspective. When I was in my twenties, even my teens, my drive was always ‘how can I be more successful at work?’ After I had kids, it was ‘how can I be a person that I want my kids to admire?’ So I went from career growth to self-growth. When the war broke out, my kids identified that Ukraine was a part of me before I did. They were like, ‘Mom, isn’t that where you’re from? Do we have family there? There’s a war happening—what are we doing about it?’ ”

Their Los Angeles farm: “My husband’s from the Midwest, and a lot of this has to do with his upbringing. He’s like, we’re building a farm and we’re all going to work on the farm. I’m from L.A., and I was like, we are? This has been a big learning curve for all of us. My parents make fun of me that it probably costs more to grow a tomato here than to get one at the store. But I say, at least my kids will understand the value of a tomato and how much work goes into growing it. It’s good not to be afraid to get dirty. I was just listening to a doctor who said that the people who grow and thrive in life are comfortable being uncomfortable, daily. Whether it’s learning something new, doing something a little bit scary—all of that makes you stronger.”

The family took a trip in a van: “A trip like this can allow you to love America again. You drive through a lot of red states. Clearly we were from California. No one cared. It was more like, oh, what are you guys grilling? Want to trade? What kind of beer do you have? We’d hang out, talk until midnight. The people we met were wonderful. You realize how the news can create a divide that doesn’t naturally exist, and how much more alike we are than different.”

A beach house in the “weird little town” of Santa Barbara: Back in California, the family divides time between L.A. and their home outside Santa Barbara, which offers the children a reprieve from what Kunis calls “the fishbowl.” Recently her daughter asked whether, if she were to enter her name into Google, she would see paparazzi pictures of herself. “That was a bummer,” Kunis says. The beach house, by contrast, gives them “privacy but with people. It’s a weird little town where no one cares who you are. After two days they all got used to it.”

[From C Magazine]

Oh, we just take the dirty children to our quaint little beach house in a tiny, weird little town called Santa Barbara, where the beach houses go for anywhere between $5 million and $90 million! Seriously, none of those backwater yokels even understand how famous we are, it’s so refreshing, darling! We do that in between looking after our city farm, where we don’t have to adhere to drought conditions to water these precious tomatoes, my dear. But don’t mind me, I am merely an iconic heroine who has to recount my own heroics to a magazine just so they know that it was terribly wrong to stand for a Black man winning an Oscar!

Seriously though, she sounds like a complete a–hole. If you didn’t like Will Smith slapping Chris Rock, okay, fine. It was wrong and he shouldn’t have done it, there. But the slap wasn’t the greatest moral dilemma of our time, for f–ks sake. It’s not like it would occur to Mila that all of the people in the Dolby who stood for Will when he won his Oscar were actually appreciating his work? Or they were genuinely happy for their friend and colleague?

Photos courtesy of C Magazine.

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  1. ChillinginDC says:

    I really need white women to stop doing this…..

    • DeniseMich says:

      The Netflix movie was not great. Also, agree people need to stop acting like Chris Rock getting a much deserved slap was the worst thing.

      We should spend time discussing why misogynistic jokes and shitting on a
      black mans success is okay to the Oscar crowd.

      Chris Rock did not need to be there that night

    • Yup, Me says:

      Thank you for saying it.

      Also, her white family traveling in their van is going to have a much different experience in red states than many others.

      • Debbie says:

        Well, just the fact that she seems to be saying she didn’t realize she was a hyphenated American until the war between Russia and Ukraine. (It must be nice.) Anyway, the fact that MK doesn’t realize the luxury of not being treated like a stranger, even when she’s in a strange land, while some who were born here are treated like strangers, or like they don’t belong. Yeah, smug is just the right word for her.

    • SugarHere says:

      Mila Kunis was never beautiful never talented, I couldn’t care less about how interesting she’s convinced she is, and her photos STINK.

  2. Maybe I’m imagining this but isn’t this the same woman who would pick up the phone and cruelly taunt Demi Moore during her breakdown after Ashton left?

    • Mary Tosti says:

      Wait, what??

    • Jan90067 says:

      This is the same woman (and her husband) that are *still* friends with Danny Masterson. So…. yeah.

      You are the company you keep.

      • Cynic says:

        Yes, please continue to shout this from the rooftop. These 2 are best friends with a man currently awaiting trial for serial rape.

      • HeyJude says:

        THIS. Danny Masterson the serial rapist who’s currently looking at life in prison for drugging and raping numerous women. Who’s church then harassed them with a campaign of terror that even involved killing their dogs.

        AND their entire circle of friends beyond Danny are Scientologists, a group who are literal human traffickers that enable rape, forced abortions, child molestation, indentured servitude. While Ashton pretends to give a damn about child trafficking with his little charity!!! His entire circle of friends is the upper echelon of a child trafficking organization. Honestly Mila & Ashton make me physically sick. They need cancelled yesterday.

    • LeeLee says:

      I doubt that. They were just in the commercial together during Super Bowl. I can’t imagine Demi would interact with someone who treated her that way.

  3. Scarlett says:

    Many brave. Much strong. Snaps for Mila. Watch out, we have a badass over here…. /s

  4. BlueSky says:

    Does she have anything to say about Danny Masterson???

    The unwashed stay triggered.

  5. Carnivalbaby says:

    So much privilege in these quotes. She seems terribly insular and uninformed. Your kids had to remind you to have some concern about the Ukraine? Lawd have mercy.

  6. C says:

    Thank goodness she didn’t, for the sake of the people sitting downwind of her.

  7. Flowerlake says:

    Does she stand up when Brad Pitt wins stuff?

  8. milliemollie says:

    If Hollywood were only this way with men like Pitt or Depp.
    Slapping someone is not cool, but it’s not the end of the world and it happend like half year ago, why are people still talking about it. There are more important things to talk about.

  9. Jessie Quinton says:

    The fact she was only reminded she was from the Ukraine only because her children wondered about the war?

    The fact that she thinks she’s special for NOT standing up to clap for Will Smith?

    The fact she is so facetious about growing a tomato on her multi million dollar property that was featured in Architectural Digest, then tries to play the “we’re just like the plebs” card by saying they go in a van to SANTA BARBARA????

    And I thought Jennifer Lawrence lacked self awareness — this is another level!

    • sunny says:

      Hahahahahahha. Truly this.

    • Amy Too says:

      But also, MAGAs like beer and grilled food so they’re not so different from us at all! They’re great people just doing their thing and it’s all the big bad media pitting us against each other.

    • OriginalLeigh says:

      That was the part that really stood out to me! She needed small children to remind her that she should be concerned about the fate of her birth country and extended family? She seems really self-involved even by Hollywood standards….

  10. Cheesus says:

    A lot of what Mila says in this interview is totally at odds with past interviews.

    Previously, she’s claimed to be fluent in Russian and speak it at home with her parents, family, etc. Now she’s saying her Russian is stunted at an 8 year old level.

    Does she think we don’t remember her defense of Justin Timberlake, to a reporter, speaking russian?

    I’m just not here for the revisionist history. She doesn’t seem that proud nor cognizant of being Ukrainian. She doesn’t even seem to give much a fuck about the war.

    • Aang says:

      8 year olds are fluent in their native language. Some advanced vocabulary may be missing but spoken grammar is definitely standardized in most 8 year olds.

    • Dominique says:

      i dont care one way or another abt Mila but President Zelensky did praise her & her husband for being amongst the first respond and they donated 35 million. SO i wouldnt say that she doesnt give a fuck

      • Cynic says:

        They have helped raise $35 million but they did not personally donate $35 million. That’s a big difference that needs to be clarified. They merely asked regular and famous people to donate to a charity. Moreover, they “donated” in kind via Airbnb, a company Ashton is in investor in, so it’s a win-win on his part.

      • Cheesus says:

        She didn’t personally give $35 million. She used her fame to raise $35 million from celebs and common folk. Big difference.

      • Lady D says:

        Look, I’ve never liked either of them (ever) but they are responsible for $35 million going to the Ukraine. Doing one good thing does not absolve them from being truly problematic, but the Ukraine is better for their efforts.

    • lucy2 says:

      I think she doesn’t come off great in this interview, but she absolutely has cared about the war, and has done a lot to fundraise and help.
      She was just on Conan’s podcast and was fun, but in printed interviews that rarely comes through.

    • Erin says:

      Yeah this is really bizarre to be downplaying how fluent you are in Russian when you’ve said yourself that you speak it with your parents and grandparents and you are on film speaking it. Also, yes, 8 year olds are pretty fluent fluent in their native language generally.

      • lex says:

        Ehhh…. I would probably do the same!

        She likely doesn’t speak it as much, maybe her grammar is a bit rusty, her vocab not so sharp. If you proclaim to be fluent you’ll be mocked by people from that country if you make a small mistake. If you say your skills are so-so, you get compliments for how good your language is.

    • Sam says:

      My husband also came the states at age 7. He speaks Russian with his family and other Russian speakers. He is often embarrassed that he sounds like a child when speaking with them. And he almost never speaks Russian around non-russian speakers because he says he feels like he’s saying it wrong when it’s not conversational. I’m not a Mila fan, but her relationship to Russian language and Ukrainian heritage sounds very familiar and real.

      • Josephine says:

        I agree. My father was even older when he came from his country and he said that it’s really tough to keep up on the slang and that his speech definitely dates him. When he goes home everyone can tell that he moved as a child. There is plenty to be judgmental about, but what she said about her Russian language ability strikes me as exactly right.

      • mander says:

        My son in law is the same.

  11. HeyKay says:

    Well. I am done with her. Life is too short to give any time to this fool.
    As for Masterston, why isn’t he in jail yet?
    Oh, that’s right, he is white and rich.

  12. TheOriginalMia says:

    Her kids had to remind her she was Ukrainian. Wow. And she’s spoken fluent Russian before on press dockets in Russia. Now, all of a sudden, it’s only an 8 grade level as if 8th graders aren’t fluent in their own language.

    She and Ashton are smug a$$holes who deserve each other. All the smoke and righteous indignation for Will Smith and radio silence on their Scientology raping pal Danny Masterson. STFD & STFU, Meg!

    • Thinking says:

      Earlier in her career she had commented that she and her family left Ukraine because they were Jewish and not wanted there. She said that it was a country that did not want people like her and her family. I’m not sure if she and her family left Ukraine when it was still part of the USSR, but maybe that’s why they were not welcome there? I’m not sure of the actual reasons, only that she cited that they were not wanted.

      So I think the possibility that she doesn’t identify as Ukrainian does ring true to me.

      Because of the human destruction, I think she has shown compassion towards what Ukrainians are going through. And has responded accordingly with donations, outreach and awareness. But identity-wise, I think she has always identified as being more American and/or Jewish than Ukrainian.

      I was surprised when she said she speaks Russian at an eight year old’s level though. I always had the impression that she was extremely fluent — although I suppose 8 year olds are fluent in their native tongue.

      • Kirsten says:

        She does speak Russian fluently, and has done so in interviews. But because she’s been in the US for so long, her way of speaking would sound different than someone still immersed in the language, and I think that’s what she means.

      • Fortuona says:

        And Ukraine was part of the Pale of Settlement so they were truly not wanted there (watch Downton Abbey as that is where Rose’s husband was from and was seen when talking to Soviet exiles) eg Odessa Pogroms

        They left the year before the USSR collapsed and her grandparents were Holocaust survivors in a country that willingly supplied a 100 k men to the Nazis and has their own SS unit and was where Babi Yar took place

  13. FhMom says:

    Wait. I thought she and Ashton raised over 30 million dollars for Ukraine? This is a strange and unflattering interview. She’s practically begging people to dislike her.

  14. Emmi says:

    I want to like her because I enjoy her on screen but whether its print or late night, she just comes off as a woman who’s been famous most of her life and who likes to remind everyone constantly how poor her immigrant family used to be so she can seem relatable. Girl, you left relatable behind two decades and a few million dollars ago. She and Ashton both want to come across as a lot smarter than they are which never works. What bugs me most is how I think people have been telling her that she is funny when … it’s the writing. Which is fine. But on her own she’s a woman who has people had laugh at her jokes because she’s beautiful and rich and often a little flirty. It was extremely apparent during her last Kimmel appearance.

    Well, apparently that bothered me quite a bit. LOL

  15. Eowyn says:

    Never forget the anger really stems from observing a Black woman being defended from public devaluing and mockery. This is the true origin of the outrage. The fact that hitting is wrong is actually the lesser point, don’t refuse to see the violence against Jada, it’s historically linked to the only power white women could exercise in slavery, cruelty to enslaved Black persons. The glee over having the opportunity to punish a Black man is something else. You can always see the individuals who would have had lynching postcards in another time.

    We will never see this extended prolonged performative outrage over white men who are both convicted and credibly accused rapists and abusers.

  16. Alexa says:

    I went to some of the nice areas of MAGA country too. I’m pretty sure we have very different views and I’m fine with that. They raised a lot of money for Ukraine. That was good. She’s usually annoying and I’m always shocked that she still acts. She still makes a lot of money from whiskey ads. I didn’t think she’d still be famous. Her and Ashton are both annoying.

  17. Blue Nails Betty says:

    Re: The Slap™️ Don’t these people understand they don’t have to have an opinion about this incident? Not only do they not have to have an opinion on it they sure as hell shouldn’t try to make that situation about themselves.

    Also, what’s this about Mila taunting Demi? I haven’t heard about that.

  18. Mslove says:

    Mila is proud of the fact that she had a beer with the magas, lol. It’s one thing to have a beer with the magas while passing through the state; it’s another to actually live in said state where these racists morons continually vote for dangerous criminals. She would not be saying “we’re all alike” if she lived in a red state.

    • Debbie says:

      Even before she remembered she was born in Ukraine, Mila K. would tell people she was Jewish in interviews. The way she speaks so dismissively about having beers with MAGAs from the South and “they’re just like us” when many of these same people hold the same positions their ancestors did in the Confederacy, and they certainly vote to continue the same policies. I wonder how she would feel if someone spoke so dismissively about those who tormented Jews.

  19. TIFFANY says:

    So she is bragging about paying money to go to the Oscars ( yeah, they were not invited) and being douchebags. Yeah, this is just like them.

  20. Coco says:

    So this white woman, her white husband white kids meet some mangas and had a beer with them and was surprised she didn’t have a negative interaction with them?

    She has a problem with Will Smith a black man but has nothing to say about Danny Masterson a white man.

    I think Mila is telling us everything we need to know about her. She coming off as a tack woke and racist, that’s too fate up her ass to see the light of day.

  21. AmyB says:

    Ok, maybe because I barely register anything to do with Ashton and Mila, but what the hell is this stuff about not bathing their children? 🤣

    I could Google I guess, but I am sure I will enjoy the snarky comments I get here much better 😘

    • Lady D says:

      If you want have a little fun, go into the archives and find the original story somewhere under probably her name, but try his. It was eye-opening and funny.

  22. SIde Eye says:

    Nothing like having a beer and grilling out with MAGAs! They’re just like us y’all! Yeah confederate flags were flying and despicable things were said about other races, but we’re White! It doesn’t affect us. It’s the media that’s divisive.

    That she was comfortable in that space says so much about her. The minute I see a confederate flag, statue, a “don’t ren**: in 2012” sticker, a nazi red hat – I feel unsafe, uncomfortable. I literally feel like I am in danger. And these symbols are all over red states. They are everywhere. Another thing about MAGA is they can’t keep their trap shut about being MAGA – it’s a badge of honor for them so I’m pretty sure politics came up. How nice for Mila that she blends right in with that crowd and she can trade condiments with new friends.

    I can’t today. Also, that she does something generous for Ukraine (where she is from) doesn’t mean we can’t hold her accountable for defending red states. They are two completely different and separate things. I hate the logic well she was kind to White people here, so it makes it okay that she was ignorant when it comes to POC on this occasion. It’s not good enough.

    It’s not good enough! And FFS take a shower!

  23. Steph says:

    Unless she’s regressed (a distinct possibility) she’s lying about her Russian. One of the only things I ever found cool about her was when she went off on someone in Russian. It was either a reporter or a fan heckling Timberlake during a press conference. He didn’t know what was going on but she she understood and responded accordingly.

    • Olga says:

      She has never been fluent from what I heard in her interviews (and I say this being Russian and actually fluent as I went to a Russian-speaking school for 12 years and my family still speaks it full time despite having relocated). I don’t know where the myth of Mila speaking fluent Russian comes from. Her Russian is heavily accented and with poor vocabulary. Even Milla Jovovich is more fluent (but her vibe is not as aggressive when she speaks it, compared to Mila, she just screams it into your face).

  24. els says:

    This is infuriating, smug is the appropriate word to describe it. I wish people like her had that kind of energy to fight against worse people than Will Smith.

    I’m not a superfan of Will Smith but I recognized he’s an iconic and talented actor, it was about time he won an Oscar. What he did was wrong, however, the punishment he faces and how people like Mila look down on him is ridiculous.

  25. AnneL says:

    I actually love Mila on screen so this is disappointing.

    I think it’s fine that she didn’t stand up for Will Smith. That was a valid response an hour after he got up and slapped a host on stage, if for no other reason than IMO he really ended up raining on the parades of other winners and nominees. But choosing to stand up and clap was also a valid response. And just in general, it was a long time ago now, he’s apologized and there is no need to keep making a big deal about it or how you felt about it and handled it personally.

    And I think that in trying to sound relatable, she is ending up sounding way less so than I thought she was. I always thought she seemed cool. I mean, she’s funny and charismatic on screen. And likable, when the role calls for it. But she is mega-rich and why pretend otherwise? I bet she has gardeners to do most of the work on those tomatoes.

    The whole thing about speaking Russian is also confusing. She and Ashton did raise a lot of money for Ukraine which is great. But, which is it? Did she really need her daughter to remind her that she’s Ukrainian?

  26. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    I’d like to say so many things, but I think it’d be deleted, and Kaiser pretty much said it nicer.

  27. girl_ninja says:

    Didn’t she tell off a reporter in Russian at a press conference for that movie she did with Justin Timberlake? They were asking personal questions and she tells the reporter off. That wasn’t when she as 8 years old. She seems lacking self awareness and is arrogant asf. Too bad, I kind of liked her. She was the only interesting part in her Netflix movie. Oh well, another one bites the dust.

  28. It’s says:

    The comments here and this whole write-up. Calm down, people. You’d think she killed a puppy 🙄

    • Cynic says:

      She may not have killed a puppy, but she and her husband have supported a man awaiting trial for serial rape. They not only continue to be best friends with Masterson, but they have taken part in Scientology fundraisers and have supported him in his cult (which, by the way, is currently being sued for human trafficking). But you are right. No puppies that we know about.

    • C says:

      Oh please. Nobody is calling for her to be thrown in jail or something, just pointing out how ill-advised her comments are, comments that she didn’t have to make.

      • SIde Eye says:

        Thank you @C. You are so right. She could use her voice in so many ways. But those poor red states! So misunderstood and it’s all the media’s fault. I’m supposed to feel sympathy for the folks who are still super salty about losing their slaves.

        I was also reminded by the other posters of her ongoing friendship with Danny Masterson. I completely forgot about it and it makes her comments about the slap (which happened AGES ago, it’s October move on Mila) that much more hypocritical.

        The more she speaks the less I like her. I agree with @Coco she is revealing to us exactly who she is.

  29. Jess says:

    A lot of people seem to be taking the criticism of Will from other actors personally. I’m not because of course most of them are jealous of his career. His numbers are crazy. What major A lister has said anything negative about Will. It’s mostly B list and below or men who have an axe to grind.

  30. Robert Phillips says:

    Were her or Ashton in a movie last year? If not why were they invited to the Oscars. The Oscars need to cut down on the number of tickets they send out. Only the people nominated should be there. The Oscars need to start becoming more like the Golden Globes. Less formal. And more of a dinner ceremony. Like they originally were.

  31. Thinking says:

    I don’t think it’s wrong she and Ashton chose not to stand for Will Smith. I don’t think anyone HAD to stand up for him.

    But I can see how she worded her comment could rub people the wrong way. Everyone in Hollywood is a little tainted to some degree (there may be some exceptions, but the exceptions usually drop out of or leave Hollywood altogether). The wording of “leading by example” is likely to make people outside of Hollywood roll their eyes. You’re inevitably going to wind up working with someone in Hollywood who is compromised in some way if you choose to stay there. You can pattern some semblance of manners and the like (in a superficial way), but I do think it’s next to impossible to lead by example or unimpeached integrity in an acting career. Someone on a long line of producers at the end of a movie is bound to be some kind of weirdo.

    • Coco says:

      No People are call her out for what she is a hypocrite where are her comments about Danny Masterson. No one cares that she didn’t stand up for Will, but to be smug about it while be silent about a Rapist.

      ( Danny Masterson who drugging and raping numerous women. Who’s church then harassed them with a campaign of terror that even involved killing their dogs. )

  32. Melissa says:

    So the implication here is that only people with kids know how to lead by example? Giant eyeroll.

    • Thinking says:

      I was wondering if that was what she meant. I was confused when reading her statement about that.

  33. Aj says:

    Sit down Karen!

  34. Wilma says:

    Hollywood is gonna Hollywood and Mila is a prime example if this. It’s like reading an interview with Chris Pratt.

  35. Elo says:

    Oh they met people in red states and were shocked they were friendly? It’s not like everyone in the red states is horrible. Hell not even all of us are red and out of the people that lean conservative, not all of them are outspoken about it. Also most people in red states have tv and movies and know who they are. Jfc- people are rather clueless when it comes to red states and those who live in them.

    • C says:

      Of course white tourists will get friendly looks in a red state.

      • Elo says:

        Red states have a lot of people of color in them too. She never says they speak with only white people in red states. Even so- not all white people in red states are conservative or racist. Also racism doesn’t just exist in red states, it would be good if it was simple like that, but it’s just not. Beto here in Texas campaigns on that we are more alike than we are different. I don’t think he’s wrong, and I don’t think she is either.

  36. B says:

    Just commenting to note their beach house is in Carpinteria, which is even more south than Montecito. Still have expensive homes but it’s more quaint and weird, if you’re comparing it to the two more known towns lol

  37. Hunnybe says:

    Isn’t she the one who cried the first time she saw a Black person? I’m positive she said that in am interview. None of this is surprising.

    • Fortuona says:

      She was a 7 year old from pissant nowhere in Ukraine where Black people made up 0.00001 % of the population

      • Debbie says:

        Still. Or, as they say in the red states, steel.

      • Fortuona says:

        Or people who did not keep slaves but serfs who were all the same color as her ,and she would be outside that as this was the Pale and Jews were further donn than the serfs

        Russia is massive and they had White serfs and Eurasian serfs but did not trade for slaves as they had 100s of million potential serfs sitting round waiting to be picked up in Europe/Asia instead of the Atlantic Corridor which would have been a waste of time and money

      • Hunnybe says:

        And your point is….?
        What does slavery have to do with crying at the sight of a Black person?

      • Coco says:

        @ Hunnybe

        It has absolutely nothing to do with it just a way to deflect from Mila racism.

  38. Hopey says:

    I used to admire this chik from afar…..I think she’s very pretty and the few times ive seen her onscreen (big or small) ive liked her performance (altho ive only ever seen brief clips of that 70s show – where she became famous, I guess.)

    Anyhooooo……..the more she opens her mouth these days the more I’m disliking her and especially given, as others upthread hv made the point, her disingenuous take on The Slap while simultaneously supporting, along with her husband, someone who’s credibly accused of serial rape.

    Bottomline, she’s as phony as a 3-dollar bill.

  39. Storminateacup says:

    I mean her biggest role to date was ‘Meg’ on Family Guy, that’s her claim to fame…oh and this uncharismatic nonsense of course.

  40. jferber says:

    Just very unlikable and off-putting.

  41. why says:

    Didnt she speaks russion on some press tour or something before? if her language is stunted at 8years old level, I dont think she’ll do that.

    • Fortuona says:

      She moved from the USSR to the USA when she was 8

      As said up thread people who move to a different country at that age and had to learn another language stay that way

      • sparrow says:

        This is my experience of my brother in law’s family. They are Brits, who have been based in Germany for years but moved to America recently. They and their children are fluent in German but the kids are now having German lessons. This seems counter intuitive but apparently the children are continuing to learn it as a foreign language because they are currently speaking at a young child’s age and their fluency will drop unless they keep up to date. Being out of a German speaking environment and schooling can apparently weaken their ability to grow the language.