Mila Kunis shrugs off bathroom comments after igniting celebrity hygiene debate

Mila Kunis He’s trying to clear things up when it comes to bathing, but it’s questionable whether his latest comments will settle the celebrity hygiene debate once and for all.

Appearing in “The Ellen DeGeneres ShowOn Tuesday, the “Black Swan” actress clarified that her “intention every day is to bathe my children,” and called the headlines her earlier stance generated “so silly.”

“I wake up every day and I like, ‘Today I’m going to bathe my kids,’” joked Kunis, who shares her 6-year-old daughter Wyatt and 4-year-old son Dimitri with her husband Ashton Kutcher. “And then it’s time to sleep, and I forgot to feed them, anyway … This story has taken a huge turn.”

Kunis, who recently finished filming on Netflix “The luckiest girl in the world, ”It generated a lot of soapy holders in July after a joint interview with Kutcher in Podcast “Armchair Expert” by Dax Shepard. In it, he said that he did not “wash his body with soap every day.”

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As for his children, Kutcher added: “If you can see dirt on them, clean them up. Otherwise, it doesn’t make sense. “

Since then, everyone since Jake gyllenhaal for Jason momoa for Dwayne The Rock Johnson has responded to comments by offering information about her bathroom habits in interviews and on social media.

At first, Gyllenhaal seemed to side with Kunis and Kutcher when told Vanity Fair in August who lately found that “bathing was less necessary.” At the screening of his new movie “The blame“Last week, however, he clarified that he was being” sarcastic and ironic. ”

“Unfortunately, I took a shower before coming here.” told BuzzFeed. “Sorry, everyone.”

When it comes to personal hygiene, Kunis told DeGeneres on Tuesday that he actually “showers every day, but I don’t wash my hair every day.”

“Children, there is a body of water that they touch almost every day,” he continued. “Almost every day. Sometimes it’s the pool, sometimes it’s a sprinkler. It depends. It was COVID! Who took a shower in COVID? We don’t leave the house! Who cares?”

“I don’t think I have improved this story,” he later acknowledged, laughing.

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