What Mila wants for Valentine’s Day

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London - Mila Kunis wants a giant teddy bear and a thousand roses for Valentine's Day (14.02.13).

The 'Ted' actress - who is dating her former 'That '70s Show' co-star Ashton Kutcher - doesn't usually "put much emphasis" on the romantic holiday, but joked she's going all out this year with her new beau.

Speaking on 'Ellen', she quipped: "I want the biggest bear and a thousand roses. If we're going to do it, we might as well do it full out."

The 29-year-old beauty revealed she isn't difficult to please on Valentine's Day as she likes "stereotypical" gifts such as chocolates and flowers.

Mila said she prefers "simple, sweet, meaningful" gestures, adding: "I love flowers. So, flowers are nice. Chocolates, who doesn't like chocolate? Super stereotypical."

The 'Black Swan' star - who has refused to speak publicly about her relationship with Ashton - also gave in to gentle probing by talk show host Ellen DeGeneres during the interview when asked if she'd been in touch with her former 'That '70s Show' co-star.

Ellen coyly asked: "How is he doing, I wonder? Do you talk to him at all? When's the last time you talked to him? I'm just asking...It's a showbiz question!"

Mila responded: "It's been, give or take, a couple of minutes."

However, the actress recently refused to talk about her relationship with the 'Two and a Half Men' star in an interview for the March issue of Allure magazine.

When shown a picture of Ashton, 35, she said: "I didn't think this was going to be about my friends. Happily about myself! Not about who my friends are, who I'm dating, or who I may have ever dated." - Bang Showbiz


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