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article imageActor Mila Kunis accepts YouTube date proposal from US soldier

By Christopher Bates     Jul 12, 2011 in Entertainment
Fancy taking a celebrity on a date? As with everything in the modern world, YouTube is the answer! Well, at least it is for Sgt. Scott Moore - a US soldier who used the video-sharing community to ask Mila Kunis to the upcoming Marine Corps Ball.
After uploading the brief 19-second video to YouTube, Sgt. Moore later admitted that it was a bet.
"One of the Marines bet that I wouldn’t make the video and post it," he told Fox News.
"Of course, a bet between Marines must be honoured, so I took the chance. You can't make shots that you don't take, so I took the best shot I could. I told everyone I was going to do it, but they didn’t think I would go through with it.”
Fox News cameras recently caught up with the voice of Family Guy's Meg Griffin, who was alongside her 'Friends with Benefits' co-star Justin Timberlake. Much to everyone's surprise (and with a little convincing from JT), the 27-year-old beauty accepted.
Sgt. Moore, who is currently based in the Musa Qala district of Afghanistan, said his "initial reaction was disbelief."
The Marine Corps Ball takes place on November 18 in Greenville, North Carolina.
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