Ashton Kutcher “So Happy” ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Is Back – Watch “GMA” Video

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Ashton Kutcher Bachelor GMA


Ashton Kutcher shared his passion for “Bachelor In Paradise” and his show “The Ranch” on Wednesday’s “GMA.” Watch the video below!

As Gossip Cop reported, Kutcher and Mila Kunis appeared on “The Bachelorette” last month. Their superfandom was now brought up during the actor’s live appearance on “Good Morning America,” prompting him to exclaim, “I’m so happy ‘Paradise’ is back!’ I’m telling ya, I was worried!”

He went on, “This is like our greatest guilty pleasure of all time. We sit down — Monday night is like religion in our house. In fact, I haven’t watched [‘The Bachelorette’] this week because I was here [in New York] and she’s there [in Los Angeles] so we’re saving it, because this is our thing. It’s unbelievable this show. It’s like the greatest social experiment of all time.”

Kutcher further revealed, “We turn the volume off, and we watch the one-on-one dates, and then she does the voice of the girl and I do the voice of the guy. It’s literally like I’m, ‘Are you going to eat the chicken?’ ‘No, are you going to eat the chicken?’ You ever notice they never eat on that show?! Nobody eats!”

Robin Roberts chimed in, “They do drink!” Agreed Kutcher, “Boy, do they drink!” The star was just as enthusiastic when discussing his Netflix series, which is now in its third season. “I’m in love with it,” he said, going on to explain the show’s genesis. “I finished ‘Two And A Half Men,’ and I wanted to do something different. I saw down with the writers. I sat down with Danny Masterson, who was my co-star on ‘That 70s Show,’ and we’ve been talking about working together again since we did the show, and we wanted to do something that wasn’t on TV.”

“When I was a kid, I had the ‘Roseanne’ show. I was in like middle America, in Iowa, and it was this family that I could relate to that felt like my family, where they were going through financial troubles and the children weren’t treated like gold. Like they’d beat ’em up a little bit,” Kutcher told the morning show’s anchors. “It just felt like my family and it was really relatable. And I was looking on TV and there was nothing that represented the way that I grew up in like middle of the country, slightly conservative values. You know, hard work, dust it, shake it off.”

He continued, “And so we built this show around that idea, that there’s a misunderstanding of what the middle of America represents and what those values actually are. And I think we’re sort of seeing it now, since we made the show and what’s happening politically in the world, but I think this show’s about really connecting those ideas and values, and gaining a better understanding of what they are and why they are the way they are. These issues aren’t black and white. They’re grey, all the time.”

Kutcher was asked if Kunis will make a cameo, to which he coyly replied, “There will be other ’70s Show’ folks that will probably show up in the future.” Check out the video below! NOTE: The video is no longer available.

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