Mila Kunis has many more reasons to be proud of herself after Esquire named her the Sexiest Woman Alive in their November issue. The actress’ popularity has grown considerably in the past year and she was, thus, able to dethrone last year’s winner, Rihanna.
Mila Kunis has been constantly in the spotlight in 2012. She was co-opted in many new projects for 2013 and she is now involved in a happy relationship with her “That 70s Show” co-star, Ashton Kutcher. Given her successful career and her amazing looks, Esquire decided to name the 29-yead-old star the Sexiest Woman Alive. Thus, the magazine’s November issue will feature a sexy pictorial and a revealing interview with the actress.
Kunis agreed to share her thoughts about the art of humor, about politics and life as an immigrant in America. Although she has starred in many romantic comedies, such as, “Friends With Benefits” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”, Mila doesn’t consider herself a funny person. She made the distinction between genuinely funny persons who can make everyone laugh by inventing their own jokes and people like her who know how to deliver a joke. In her opinion, this is a learned skill, which is why she disagrees with people who describe her as ‘funny’.
The “Ted” star confessed that she doesn’t understand why people pity her when it comes to talking about her life as an immigrant in America. Mila thinks her parents should be the ones who should be pitied because they gave up everything they had in Russia to come to America. Ashton Kutcher’s girlfriend was only eight years old when she arrived in the United States, which is why she feels she should not get the credit for being an immigrant. “Every immigrant has a story,” she added.
Getting to more serious matters, the actress confessed that she would never support a politician like Mitt Romney. The offensive manner in which Republicans have dealt with feminine issues and the constant appeal to religion convinced Mila Kunis that she could never be a Republican. The former “That 70s Show” star did not say whether she was a supporter of the Democratic Party or not.