Mila Kunis is apparently done trying to hide her romance with Ashton Kutcher. The former co-stars of "That 70's Show" have been mostly quiet about their budding relationship, but they weren't hiding anything during a recent PDA display in New York. Wearing matching Chicago Bears shirts, the happy couple was seen holding hands and sharing hugs.
This comes about a month after Mila denied any reports of a relationship. "Listen, we hang out," she said in August. "We've known each other for 15 years. We have mutual friends. We're comfortable with one another. That's it! There's no crazy love story, nothing more." Based on the recent pictures, her relationship with Ashton is bigger than she suggests. In any case, her new beau is just one of several things that have contributed to an interesting year for the dark-haired star. Here is a look at some of the notable 2012 moments for the talented actress.
Her movie career is soaring
Mila was already an established TV star, but her film career has never been bigger. The "Black Swan" star had a major role in the comedy "Ted," one of the year's most successful films. She is also slated to appear in the highly anticipated film "Oz: The Great and Powerful" with James Franco. It looks like the 29-year-old beauty is going to be a major player in Hollywood for years to come.
She had a stalker
Celebrity stalkers are all too common, and Mila has had to deal with more than her share of scary situations. After a man broke into her home while she was away in January, Mila sought a restraining order. In May, the same man was arrested after attempting to contact the star at her gym. If that's not enough, a different man entered a guilty plea in March after he hacked Mila's email account and stole private information.
She saved a life
It's not very often that you hear about celebs being heroes, but Mila fit that bill earlier this year. In May, the star faced a scary situation when a worker suffered a seizure in her Los Angeles home. Mila took action by rushing to the man's side and helping him avoid choking. She also made sure that 911 was dialed, and even offered to ride in the ambulance. Thanks in part to her help, the man made a complete recovery from the incident.
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