Mila Kunis Not Comfortable With Being a 'Sex Symbol'

June 6, 2011 By:
Mila Kunis Not Comfortable With Being a 'Sex Symbol'
Mila Kunis has quickly gone from cute sitcom star to Hollywood sex symbol, but like any sex symbol, she’s pretending she doesn’t like the title.

“I’m flattered, but I’m not that person,” she told LA Confidential magazine. “Sophia Loren is a sex symbol. If watching TiVo and eating Pinkberry in sweatpants is sexy, then I’m your gal.”

Girl, please. You know you’re just trying to make yourself sound hotter. How many times do guys say they love a girl who can just sit around in her sweats and eat with them? Mila Kunis knows that. I’m tired of celebs claiming they’re tomboys or that they don’t care about their looks. I’m calling you out, hot women of Hollywood. You’re high maintenance and you know it.

“I’m incredibly blessed,” Kunis continued. “I started acting when I was 9 years old, and if you would have told me that, at 27, this is where I’d be, I wouldn’t have believed it.”

While auditioning for the role of Jackie Burkhart on That 70’s Show, Kunis was only fourteen years old. Everyone who auditioned was required to be at least eighteen, and Kunis simple told them she would be eighteen, but didn’t say when. Producers figured it out, but still thought she was the best person for the role.

Only a year later, Kunis started working on Family Guy, voicing the character of Meg Griffin. Creator Seth MacFarlane said of her work:

“…there was something about Mila. Something very natural about Mila…She had a very natural quality to Meg that really made what we did with that character kind of really work."

Kunis still remained relatively under the radar until starring in Judd Apatow’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall. She later thanked Apatow for helping her career expand beyond That 70’s show.

Comfortable with her sex symbol status or not, there’s no denying Mila’s radiant beauty. And yes, we’re sure she’s just as hot shoving froyo in her face wearing sweatpants.