TAB: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis “Moving to London”
“Ashton & Mila Ditching L.A. For London,” reads a headline from the National Enquirer. According to the supermarket tabloid, “Ashton Kutcher and girlfriend Mila Kunis are saying toddle-oo to the red, white and blue — and moving to London!”
A so-called “insider” tells the magazine in a nice-and-tidy (albeit unrealistic) soundbite, “Mila is thrilled to leave Los Angeles because she doesn’t think it’s big enough for her, Ashton and Demi Moore,” adding, “She’s also pushing Ashton to cool his friendship with Demi’s daughter, and she’s sure living across the pond will take care of that.”
Before we continue, let’s look at the phony phrases. Kunis doesn’t think L.A. is “big enough” for her, Kutcher and Moore? Um, it’s one of the BIGGEST cities in the world. Also, whomever uses the phrase “across the pond,” as opposed to saying, for examples, England, Britain, or the U.K., is clearly in such a bogus reality they shouldn’t be trusted as an “insider.”
Anyway, the National Enquirer’s out-of-touch “insider” adds that while Kunis continues shooting in England, “Ashton will commute during breaks in filming and he’s planning to sell his home in L.A. after his contract ends on ‘Men.’ But he and Mila are already house hunting in London. They’re so excited to start their English adventure.” Once again, if you weren’t convinced by fabricated quotes, like they’re “excited to start their English adventure,” Gossip Cop has more proof this report is totally bogus.
Strike one, we already busted this claim six months ago when it first appeared in the equally unreliable The Sun. Strike two, while the couple did spend some time together in London, Kunis finished shooting Jupiter Ascending in the U.K. a while ago. Whoops! Strike three, Gossip Cop again spoke to a Kunis pal who assures us the house hunting tale is “NOT true.”
Of course, the National Enquirer’s track record when it come to Kutcher and Kunis, is not exactly stellar. The tab wrongly claimed Kutcher was dumped by Nikon as its spokesman, and also falsely reported nearly a year ago that he and Kunis were engaged.