Mila Kunis was the life of the party at the Marine Corp Ball in Greenville, N.C. on Friday night with Sgt. Scott Moore.
Dressed in all black with her hair in a conservative updo, Mila arrived to the venue around 2:30p.m.
"She's going to get a chance to learn about the Marine Corps, and we're all going to have a great time celebrating the Marine Corps birthday," Capt. Scott Sasser told Access Hollywood said prior to the ball.
If you guys recall, Moore asked Kunis to the ball via YouTube after he made a bet with a fellow marine. He was serving his second combat deployment in Afghanistan at the time.
"I always thought I had a chance, and sometimes, that's all you need," he said in his video while asking her out.
Mila promised the sergeant she would attend the ball with him and obviously she made good on her promise.
"My initial reaction was disbelief," Sgt. Moore said when Mila first accepted. "It's going to be a great experience to meet her, and it's going to make the ball more special for everyone."
Mila looked like she was really enjoying herself and entertaining the people on her table. Doesn’t Mila seem like one of those people that you can put with any group of people and she will manage to have great conversation and become friends?
It was just last week, Mila’s good buddy Justin Timberlake went to another Marine Corps Ball Richmond, Va., with combat instructor Kelsey De Santis.
JT had a great time at the ball and he was really moved by the whole experience. Timberlake said the entire evening was one that he would never forget and wrote on his website: “I didn’t know how moved I would be by the whole experience.”
He wrote, “To all of you that serve every day for us…Ensuring out freedom, I say: My deepest gratitude to you. I’ve met so many of my heroes…From Michael Jordon to Michael Jackson. And, nothing makes me feel more honor and pride than when I get to meet one of you. Last night changed my life and I will never forget it.”
By going to the ball, JT and Mila proved that they are genuine people with good hearts.