Mila Kunis Really Hates Having Her Picture Taken
Mila Kunis is the sexiest woman alive. She's rich. She's famous. Overall, things are going pretty swimmingly for her.
She'd just rather you not take her picture without asking.
The New York Daily News reports that Kunis went on a small tirade about photogs during a press junket -- which is kind of an odd place to complain about such things.
Kunis' 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' costar Michelle Williams was distracted by flashes, and Williams handled it sweetly. “Are we taking pictures while we’re talking?" she asked a pap. "I would personally rather not, because I can’t think ... each click interrupts and I lose my train of thought.”
Kunis told Williams, “I love you because I never speak up and I’m going to start saying that. It drives me crazy.”
The former 'That 70's Show' starlet lamented, “It’s not the fans who occasionally approach, asking for a photo. I’ll be like, ‘Hey, nice to see you!’ I’ll shake your hand, I’ll even hug you. But don’t follow me into my garage. Don’t break into my house at 7AM.”
She continued with an anecdote about being photographed with boyfriend Ashton Kutcher in Central Park, quipping, “New York paparazzi are especially aggressive." She also noted that it was pretty much the most traumatic thing ever.
But then, realizing that there are plenty of people worse off, she backpedaled pretty quickly.
“I’m not complaining,” she assured. “I love what I do, and I can’t imagine doing anything else, and I’m so blessed and I’m so happy to be in the position where I’m at. But it doesn't take away from the fact that sometimes you just want to go to your grandfather’s funeral and not be followed.”