Mila Kunis' Sexiness is Distracting

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Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Mila Kunis\' Sexiness is Distracting
Wow! That's the first thought that came to mind when I saw how beautiful Mila Kunis looks on the cover of W Magazine.

The Black Swan goddess is wearing a Chanel silk tulle organza coat with feather collar and sleeves and a Eres silk bra on the cover and a Marchesa jumpsuit in the photo above.

In the issue Mila talks about Black Swan, her first acting gigs and being beautiful & funny in Hollywood. Here are some highlights from the article:

On her dance training for the film:
“I had never danced in my life. I trained for four months, seven days a week, five hours a day. I had one day off on my birthday. I lost 20 pounds. I tore a ligament. I dislocated my shoulder. I have two scars on my back. And it was worth every minute. But I will never dance again… I was like, Well—I wear heels; I can do this. I was wrong: Christian Louboutins are uncomfortable, but I screamed the first time I put on a pointe shoe.”

On watching herself in Black Swan:
“Before I started, I couldn’t even lift my arm properly. I literally had no posture, so, yeah, the first time I saw the movie, my jaw dropped. I was like, Oh, my God—I don’t suck. And it’s great that the performance has been captured on film, because I will never put on those pointe shoes again.”

On how she started acting: "I started acting when I was nine as a hobby because it was fun, and it allowed me to get out of school. The first thing I did was a Barbie commercial, and I got to keep the Barbie. That’s all a kid wants."

On one of her first roles:
“I guest starred on just about every television show. I was on Baywatch twice. The second time, I played a blind girl who’s lost in the forest next to the beach and needs to be saved. It was absurd: There’s a fire, I get saved, and then I go boogie-boarding. I remember thinking, Well, if I’m blind, how am I boogie-boarding? No one ever gave me an answer.”

On being beautiful and funny:
I was never raised to think that I was pretty. It’s not that I was raised to think I was unattractive, but it was just never something that was pointed out to me by my family. They would point out personality traits—“Our daughter is really quirky”—versus what I look like, because inevitably, looks go, so it makes no difference."
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