Here at PopWatch we’re committed to keeping you informed about the things you may not need to know, but that you want to know. Guess which actress said the following: “People have interpretations of what you’re supposed to be like. If you’re unattractive and overweight, you must have a great personality. If you’re attractive, then you must not be the nicest person. People are always taken aback that I’m easygoing but not necessarily stupid.”
The answer is Mila Kunis, who makes at least one fairly smart statement in her April Harper’s Bazaar cover story: She’s “incredibly” paranoid after the email account she hadn’t used in three years was hacked and a photo of her “covered in bubbles, eating” was stolen. How does she safeguard against a photo scandal? “Well, I don’t send naked photos,” she says, with a laugh. “Not that there’s anything wrong with that.”
Other essential info:
• Kunis translates the viral confrontation she had with that Russian reporter who asked her Friends With Benefits costar Justin Timberlake, “Why do you feel like you deserve to be here? Don’t you have enough in your life?” at a press conference: “I asked her, ‘Why are you here?’ She said, ‘This is my job.’ I went, ‘Well, this is all our jobs.’ She goes, ‘But why does he feel like he needs more?’ And I was like, ‘Do you hear yourself?'”
• “I can make anything out of leftovers. I want to be a judge on Top Chef,” she says, after insisting she prefers staying home, drinking wine, and watching TV to going out. (That’s why she really works out with a trainer three times a week.) Also, she apparently doesn’t get asked out. “This past year, I haven’t been home, so who’s going to ask me?” (Do you believe her?)
• She dropped down to 95 pounds for Black Swan, and when she gained back the weight, instead of returning to her chest, it went to her hips and stomach. She’d be okay if it had gone to her butt. “No, I’d be happy if my ass got bigger,” she says.
• She could see plastic surgery in her future. “I will not put a needle in my body unless I have a medical reason,” she says, “but ask me in 10 years. Right now, I’m like, ‘I’m going to embrace it,’ but … I’m probably going to want to have something done. I have no doubt.” (That may not be the answer you want to hear, but it’s an honest one from an actress.)