Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake just went up in my book

Technically Mila was already battling #1 with Alison Brie... (hey Wifey!)
This is a great story. First Mila Kunis was asked to a Marine formal (video below) by Sgt Scott Moore

Then Justin Timberlake was asked by another Marine Cpl. Kelsey De Santis to be her date to a Marine Ball (video below) - hers probably didn't hurt that she's a martial arts expert with a panel of large Marines in the background in the video... but I digress.

Spoiler alert, they both went, and other attendees have said they both were "genuine" and "down to earth". As a big supporter of our Armed forces, I'm really happy that they didn't "have a scheduling issue" or some other bullsh*t celeb response to doing something nice for somebody else.

Bravo Mila and Justin, you've gained another fan. Well Mila, I was always a fan, especially when you don't take sh*t from idiots (this is awesome ->) http://youtu.be/oGhQU3FrA9o

About Justin's event - From the Daily News:
“He had a really big smile on his face, and so did I,” she said.

But the situation got serious once the music started pumping.

“My friends keep saying, ‘Dance-off!’ They know about my skills,” De Santis, 23, told “Access Hollywood” before the event. “I honestly don’t think he’ll be able to keep up with my group of people.” But Timberlake proved De Santis wrong. “The whole night was extremely ... bringing sexy back, I guess you could say,” she said. “We were on the dance floor and had a good time at the table joking and laughing, so it was altogether really great.”

Click some of the source links for more info.


Sources -> http://www.accesshollywood.com/justin-timberlakes-marine-corps-ball-date-id-go-out-with-him-again_article_56741

Earlier link -> http://www.dannyfinnegan.com/2011/07/mila-kunis-is-really-cool-and-easy-on.html 

If you want to help soldiers abroad, this is a great organization -> http://www.anysoldier.com

Also, if you're sending out Christmas/Holiday cards anyway, why not send one to a recovering soldier too?

A Recovering American Soldier
c/o Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
8901 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20889-5600

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