Oh Snap! Mila Kunis Disses A Reporter In Russian To Defend Justin Timberlake, Fueling Rumors They Are A Couple
Justin Timberlake learned one of the benefits of calling Mila Kunis a friend; the 27-year-old stands by her man.
During a press conference in Moscow for their hit romantic comedy, Friends With Benefits, which took in $18 million during its first week, Ukrainian-born Mila was quick to diss and dismiss a reporter for implying Justin should keep the acting to real actors and stay in his lane as a singer.
The six-time Grammy winner was at a loss for words, literally, because the reporter was speaking in Russian. Luckily for him, Mila is fluent and not afraid to say what’s on her mind when irked. Before JT could even have the question translated, Mila snapped, “Why movies? Why not? What kind of question is that? Why are you here?”
We never thought Mila could be sexier then she was rolling around the sack stark naked with Justin onscreen in FWB, but the actress was even spicier defending her boy in her native tongue. Which continues to fuel the question we all keep asking—are they or aren’t they a couple?
Check the video as Mila shames the reporter and for those of you who don’t speak Russian, we’ve included a full translation below:
Reporter: “I have two questions—about the movie and the sex—”
Mila: “What?” [in a "didn't hear you clearly" way]
Reporter: “About the movie and the sex.”
Mila: “Oh, I thought I misheard you about the sex.”
Justin: “I don’t like this! =)”
Reporter: “What brought you into movies? WHY ARE YOU IN MOVIES?”
Reporter: “Why movies?”
Mila: “Why movies?”
Reporter: “Well, many showbiz persons move to movies, and sometimes it’s for the better, but why is Justin in movies?”
Mila: “Wait, you’re asking why he wants to be in movies?”
Mila: “What would you rather have him do?”
CROWD: LOL, applause
Reporter: Indiscernible under the applause
Reporter: “I mean, isn’t showbiz enough?”
Mila (exasperated): “Well, if he WANTS to make movies, and he can, why shouldn’t he? What sort of question is that? Why are YOU here?”
CROWD: Laughter, more applause
Reporter: “Well, I’m doing my job.”
Mila: “Well, he’s doing his. It’s the same thing!”
(Mila turns to Justin, asks in English if he needs the exchange translated, he replies that he’s getting it in the earpiece, but delayed)
Justin: “This is my bodyguard!”
Although ballsy, the reporter does bring up a good point. Do you think Justin is better as an actor or singer? Would you rather see a new JT movie or album next?