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Mandy Moore and Wilmer Valderamma Still Love Running Into Each Other Despite Break-Up

Mandy Moore and Wilmer Valderamma Still Love Running Into Each Other Despite Break-Up
Who said exes can't stay good friends? Mandy Moore and Wilmer Valderrema are proving that that's nothing but a myth. The This Is Us actress and That '70s Show star ran into each other this weekend at the 10th anniversary Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic which took place at Will Rogers State Historic Park.  The pair, who dated in the early 2000s for two years, ran into the Veuve Clicquot event this weekend and were more than elated to have done so.  Moore, 35, shared a selfie of the two on her Instagram Story, captioning it, "Ran into this guy. [heart emoji] you, @wildervalderrama." The 39-year-old actor also reposted the photo on his own Instagram...
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Here's What Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Really Think of Demi Moore's Book

Here's What Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Really Think of Demi Moore's Book
Demi Moore's memoir isn't exactly a page turner for everyone in Hollywood. Ever since the A-list actress released her book Inside Out this week, pop culture fans have been fascinated by all the headlines surrounding her professional and personal life. One topic making news is Demi's relationship with ex-husband Ashton Kutcher. Even though the That '70s Show star has a happy life with Mila Kunis and their two kids, the public revelations aren't exactly a welcome addition to the couple's life. "The unwanted attention has been hard to deal with. They have no interest in being dragged into the spotlight or reliving the past," a source shared with E! News. "Ashton knew...
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Why Demi Moore Fulfilled Ashton Kutcher's Threesome Fantasies

Why Demi Moore Fulfilled Ashton Kutcher's Threesome Fantasies
Demi Moore is explaining her side of a headline-making story. In a newly published memoir, Inside Out, the Golden Globe-nominated actress is opening up about her rollercoaster life and the men in it. As Ellen DeGeneres inquired about in an interview airing on Tuesday, the star wrote of having threesomes with then-husband Ashton Kutcher. She announced their split in Nov. 2011 after tying the knot in 2005 and the That '70s Show alum filed for divorce more than a year later. During her sit-down with DeGeneres, Moore carefully explained why she had agreed. "I don't think it should be implied that he instigated. I think it was—and again in trying to keep...
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Demi Moore "Lost" Herself After Ashton Kutcher Split

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Demi Moore is reflecting on her breakup with Ashton Kutcher. The Ghost alum, who shares new details about the end of their relationship in her new memoir, Inside Out, announced her split from the That '70s Show star in 2011. A year later, Kutcher filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. Ahead of her memoir's release, Moore sat down with Diane Sawyer for an exclusive interview, part of which aired on Good Morning America on Monday. During the in-depth sit-down, Moore looked back on the aftermath of the split, when Kutcher had left, her daughters weren't speaking to her, and her ex-husband, Bruce Willis, was keeping his distance. During this time, it's noted that Moore weighed 102...
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That ‘70s Show: 10 Questions About Jackie Burkhart, Answered

Jackie Burkhart, played by Mila Kunis, is one of the central characters on That '70s Show. Originally, she enters the group as Kelso's new, snobby girlfriend, but throughout the years she establishes herself by earning her own position in the group. Even after their various breakups.

In her own way, Jackie is one of the stars of the show, but there are a few questions we still have about her. These questions never really got answered on the show and were left as unexplained mysteries. So, we're going to help figure out the answers to some of those burning Jackie Burkhart questions.

Related: That '70s Show: Jackie Burkhart Quotes That Prove She Was The Best Character
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That ‘70s Show: 10 Worst Things The Gang Did To Fez

The main gang of That '70s Show is a tight-knit group of misfit friends. While they always have each other's backs, they are also not afraid to throw each other under the bus or screw around with one another. Every member of the gang gets treated in this way at some point or another, but some characters get the most of it. One of those characters is Fez.

Related: That '70s Show: 20 Things Wrong With Donna We All Choose To Ignore

Fez is the resident weirdo on That '70s Show. He is a sex-obsessed, candy eating foreign exchange student who is always doing something inappropriate. Most notably, he is always spying on Jackie and Donna through their closets. However, he's also often the punchline of someone's joke or being used in a shameless prank by the guys. While there are some good things they did for him, here
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Mila Kunis and Adele Are to Blame For Ashton Kutcher's "Spite" Mustache

Mila Kunis and Adele Are to Blame For Ashton Kutcher's
Jimmy Fallon couldn't help but mustache Ashton Kutcher a question: What's with the creepy facial hair? Allow us to rewind: Back in May, the That '70s Show alum debuted some rather interesting scruff above his upper lip. Or, as he calls it, "lip jewelry." And now, four months later, he's still rocking the fuzz. So what's the deal? Is it for a role, as Fallon asked him on Monday night's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon? "No," Kutcher explained. "This is for real life. It's kind of crazy. I never intended to have this. I don't think I'd look good with it, but I'm keeping it." The idea came when he and Mila Kunis were preparing for pal...
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That ‘70s Show: 10 Of Kelso’s Most Inappropriate Pickup Lines

Of all of the lovable characters on That '70s Show, Michael Kelso always left a mark. He's the dumb comic relief who always delivers hilariously stupid lines to break the tension. From falling off the water tower to screaming "Burn!" whenever there's an insult, you can count on him for a belly full of laughs.

Related: That ‘70s Show: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected)

While he is hilarious, Kelso is not known for his brains. He gets by on his looks and uses them to constantly pick up girls. In fact, he spends most of his time trying to get girls, whether it's his longtime on-and-off girlfriend Jackie, one of the many women he cheats on her with, or Eric's sister Laurie. Among many others. He's clearly proven that his moral ethics aren't up to par, and you can tell with some of his signature inappropriate pickup lines. Here
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'That '70s Show,' 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Veterans Set Sibling Comedy at Netflix

Netflix has greenlit a comedy about two brothers — made by two brothers.

Greg Schaffer (That '70s Show, Lab Rats) and Jeff Schaffer (Curb Your Enthusiasm, The League) are behind Brews Brothers, which the streamer has picked up for eight episodes. The show will center on Wilhelm (Alan Aisenberg, Orange Is the New Black) and Adam Rodman (Mike Castle, Clipped), estranged siblings who find themselves running a brewery together.

Each one is a beer genius, but they couldn't be less alike in terms of brewing technique or personality. As Netflix puts it, "A lot of times in a ...
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That ‘70s Show: 10 Times It Broke Our Hearts

Throughout its eight seasons, That '70s Show was known as one of the funniest sitcoms on television. To this day, over a decade after it wrapped up its 200-episode run, it is still quotable and hilarious. The series also helped launch the careers of Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, and others.

While most of us sit back and remember the good times we had with these characters, they also knew how to hit us right in the feels. There were a handful of emotional moments as the characters dealt with heartbreak, death, abandonment, and more. Here are the 10 most emotional times That '70s Show broke out hearts.
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Look Back on Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's Sweet Love Story

Look Back on Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's Sweet Love Story
You never forget your first love. Even it was just on TV. Mila Kunis, who turns 36 today, and Ashton Kutcher, 41, are one of the rare examples of Hollywood co-star couples that never dated when they worked together, but reconnected years later. The superstar couple met while playing Jackie Burkhart and Michael Kelso on That '70s Show in the late '90s, with a then 14-year-old Mila really having no interest in the 19-year-old former model, who would end up being her first kiss.  "I think I was her first kiss, like, on the show," Ashton recalled on The Howard Stern Show. "It was really weird. I was like, 'Isn't this illegal?' It was really awkward. She was 14! She was...
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108 Sexy Mila Kunis Pics That Prove Ashton Kutcher Is the Luckiest Man Alive

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108 Sexy Mila Kunis Pics That Prove Ashton Kutcher Is the Luckiest Man Alive
Mila Kunis has been in the spotlight for over 20 years, but her career has never been better (and neither has her body). When she's not looking insanely cute with Ashton Kutcher or proudly defending her title as "realest mom out there," she's killing it both on and off screen - most recently alongside Kate McKinnon in The Spy Who Dumped Me (which has gifted us with a comedic duo we never even knew we were missing from our lives). From spoiled teen Jackie Burkhart on That '70s Show to a stunning mama of two, here are just 100+ of Mila's sexiest looks along the way.

Related: Mila Kunis Gets Candid About Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher's Marriage
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The 10 Worst That ‘70s Show Episodes Ever According To IMDb

One of the most interesting sitcoms to look back at is That '70s Show. For one, it was one of the last great comedy series filmed in front of a live studio audience. For another, it rode the nostalgia wave of a popular era two decades after it ended by touching on timeless subjects. And of course, it launched the careers of successes like Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and many others.

Related: That ‘70s Show: 10 Most Underrated Supporting Characters

For all the good that came from this series, it wasn't all groovy. The show had its fair share of episodes that didn't quite hit the mark the way they hoped. You'll find that's especially true for the much-maligned eighth and final season. Looking at the scores submitted by IMDb users, we've listed the ten worst episodes in That '70s Show history.
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The Sexiest Bikini Moments on TV Over the Years

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The Sexiest Bikini Moments on TV Over the Years
Summer has officially started, which means bikini season is in full bloom. While our favorite celebrities have been slipping into two-pieces during their vacations, there have been plenty of bikini moments on the silver screen over the years. From Miley Cyrus getting her tan on in Two and a Half Men to Jessica Simpson canoodling with Ashton Kutcher in That '70s Show, we've rounded up some of the best bikini moments of all time. Take a look, and if that's not steamy enough for you, check out all the best swimsuit shots in movies.

- Additional reporting by Lauren Harano

Related: The Sexiest, Raunchiest Series Available to Stream on Netflix Right Now
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The Sexiest Bikini Moments on TV Over the Years

The Sexiest Bikini Moments on TV Over the Years
Summer has officially started, which means bikini season is in full bloom. While our favorite celebrities have been slipping into two-pieces during their vacations, there have been plenty of bikini moments on the silver screen over the years. From Miley Cyrus getting her tan on in Two and a Half Men to Jessica Simpson canoodling with Ashton Kutcher in That '70s Show, we've rounded up some of the best bikini moments of all time. Take a look, and if that's not steamy enough for you, check out all the best swimsuit shots in movies.

- Additional reporting by Lauren Harano

Related: The Sexiest, Raunchiest Series Available to Stream on Netflix Right Now
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer: 10 Times The Show Broke Our Hearts

Among series like 7th Heaven and That '70s Show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer stood out as a tidal wave in an ocean cataloging the hurtles of adolescence. Full of supernatural thrills, sharp dialogue, and the indelible bond of friendship, BtVS was a unique program among the crop of '90s programs for teens; it never belittled their intelligence even as it specialized in kitschy horror and maudlin soap opera romance. Somehow creator Joss Whedon had developed a series that used the horror genre as a metaphor for the tribulations of growing up, and it worked.

It chronicled Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and her friends (the "Scooby Gang") as they battled against all manner of vampires, demons, and forces of darkness that gravitated to the small town of Sunnydale, CA. As they went through high school graduation, first jobs, first kisses, and first kills, we shared in their triumphs and their losses.
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That ‘70s Show: 10 Jokes That Have Already Aged Poorly

That '70s Show is a beloved sitcom due to its colorful ensemble of characters and the nostalgic elements it brings to life from the most groovy decade of all time. We feel a sense of comfort and familiarity when we get to join Eric, Jackie, Kelso, Hyde, Fez, and Donna in Forman's basement.

Related: That 70's Show: 10 Storylines That Were Never Resolved

Lasting from 1998-2006, That '70s Show has been on long enough for fans to connect to the Point Place gang as they grow to love "hangin' out down the street" while doing "the same old thing we did last week." Yet as wonderful as the series is, it does come with its own set of faults that simply wouldn't fly in today's day and age. What are some of these faults that were played off as jokes back in the day? Read the list below to find out!
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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Poke Fun at Split Rumors in the Most Mila and Ashton Way

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Despite what the tabloids may say, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are, in fact, still going strong. The couple shared an Instagram video on Wednesday to address breakup rumors, and in true Mila and Ashton style, it's downright hilarious. "It's over between us? Oh my god, what are we gonna do?" a mustachioed Ashton says while he sits in a car with his wife.

Mila, holding a photo of a magazine cover exposing their alleged split, jokingly responds, "I felt suffocated . . . also, I took the kids. You had a very dark secret." When Ashton shared the clip on social media, he captioned it, "I guess it's over @intouchweekly have fun selling magazines this week. Maybe next week my wife will be having twins. For the third time. But who's counting." Hah!

Related: 24 Facts About Mila Kunis That'll Make You Love Her Even More

To refresh your memory on Mila and Ashton's fully intact relationship,
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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Tackle Tabloid Rumors in the Most Hilarious Way

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Tackle Tabloid Rumors in the Most Hilarious Way
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are setting the record straight on this ridiculous split rumors. Since the speculation is so silly, the famous actors decided to address the salacious gossip in the only way they know how... with a healthy sense of humor. "I guess it's over... Maybe next week my wife will be having twins. For the third time. But who's counting," the actor jokingly captioned a video of him and Mila.  In the hilarious clip, his former That '70s Show co-star deadpans, "I felt suffocated." In response, Ashton admits, "I was just so overbearing wasn't I?" And, according to the tabloid, she took the kids too!...
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Brendan Fraser Recalls Almost Playing Superman in Abandoned DC Movie

Brendan Fraser Recalls Almost Playing Superman in Abandoned DC Movie
Brendan Fraser once came very close to portraying Superman in a movie written by J. J. Abrams, and the actor recently revealed what the casting process was like. The star of The Mummy apparently went so far as to put on the actual red-and-blue suit, and couldn't help but admire himself in the mirror when doing so. "You feel kind of invincible, [like] 'I can fly,'" Fraser says. He adds: "The cape actually makes you think you have the power of flight even though you know you don't." Still, while the opportunity to become Clark Kent never came to fruition for Fraser, the actor remains proud about being able to put on the tights, boasting, "I've got that stripe! I did it."

With Brett Ratner at the helm, the planned project would have been titled Superman: Flyby. The story would have been set in an alternate version of the Superman
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