Mila Kunis Chose a Brutal Month to Go Dry

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    James Corden connects with Mila Kunis, fresh off her Super Bowl commercial with Shaggy, who definitely goes by Shaggy 24/7. And James asks Mila about her and husband Ashton Kutcher’s decision to do a dry January — obviously they planned it not anticipating an insurrection of the United States Capitol. And Mila looks back on her various odd jobs, including a long run as a child laborer for her mother.

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