Can't two perfectly attractive, single celebrities hang out without everyone getting all worked up about it? Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis played an on-again, off-again couple for years on the hit sitcom "That 70s Show," so it's probably not entirely surprising that the newly single actor and "Black Swan" starlet might carry things over into real life.
As reported by X17, the pair have been spotted together recently on multiple occasions and, over the weekend, X17online snapped them furniture shopping and hitting a sushi joint for dinner in Studio City, California, before returning to Kutcher's new mega-mansion in the Hollywood Hills. Curiously — perhaps to evade the prying eyes of photogs (good luck with that) — Kunis rode in the back seat of Kutcher's car while he drove back to his home.
"Ashton was touching Mila's hand and Mila was all dressed up," observed a x17online photographer who saw Kutcher and Kunis at the Japanese restaurant Asanebo.
The photog went on to observe that the two appeared to be on a "full-on date." (Makes you wonder what a "half-on" date or dinner with friends is supposed to look like?)
Kunis has played her love life close to the vest since parting ways with child actor Macaulay Culkin in late 2010, after eight years together. She's since put her singledom to good (and patriotic!) use, escorting Sgt. Scott Moore to a United States Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, North Carolina, late last year after the soldier posted a YouTube video from Afghanistan asking Kunis to accompany him to the ball. (A female soldier soon followed suit and scooped up Kunis' "Friends with Benefits" co-star Justin Timberlake for the annual Marine Corps Ball in Washington, D.C.)
Kutcher, on the other hand, has been a little less discreet when it comes to the ladies. His six-year marriage to Demi Moore ended in November 2011 amid rampant rumors of infidelity on Kutcher's part. More recently, he was linked to Rihanna, who paparazzi caught entering Kutcher's bachelor pad around midnight and not leaving until early the following morning.