Demi Moore Called Mila Kunis To Say A Quick Hello And Warn Her Never Ever To Marry Ashton Kutcher Ever

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Demi Moore calling Mila KunisYou know that thing where you're sitting around your apartment on a lazy Sunday, trying to come up with something to do? And suddenly you're like, “Oh I know! I'll call my ex-husband's new fiance and warn her about him! And also paint my nails.”

Oh and I guess I should have said — in this picture I'm painting for you, everyone involved is famous, because you're Demi Moore. Can't believe I forgot to mention that.

So anyway, I guess Demi was just bumming around thumbing through the newest edition of her favorite baby name book, and once she'd convinced herself that there are still no baby names weirder than Scout, Rumer, and Tallulah, she picked up the phone and got her old pal Mila Kunis on the line. Just to say a quick hello and WARN HER AGAINST MAKING THE BIGGEST MISTAKE OF HER LIFE.

“Demi doesn’t care for Mila, but she felt like it was her duty to at least warn her that Ashton will always be a cheater and isn’t the sweet, innocent guy he portrays himself as. She felt that if she didn’t warn Mila she would always regret it, so she had her daughter Rumer get Mila’s phone number from a mutual friend and called her.”

You remember Mila, right? She's that lesbian gal from the ballet swan movies who's fixing to marry that nice boy Ashton Kutcher, who just happens to have been happily married to Demi from 2005 – 2011 and then unhappily married to her from 2011 – 2013 while they both waited for their divorce to get finalized so he could get tastefully re-hitched. And boy was Mila so thrilled to hear from Demi!

“Mila was definitely stunned to hear Demi’s voice on the other end of the line, [as Demi] opened up about the multiple affairs that broke in the press and the embarrassment she felt.”

Sounds like they had a really great gab! Love it! Pinot and manis all round! Also while we are celebrating, please feel free to compliment my beautiful art, as seen above.

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