Mila Kunis attends Marine Corps Ball

Mila Kunis makes good

Back in July, Sgt. Scott Moore of the 3rd Battalion became a YouTube sensation when he asked actress Mila Kunis, 28,  to the Marine Corps
Ball in Greenville, N.C. Mila Kunis said yes and then actually made good
on the promise, and attended the Ball with Sgt. Moore on Friday night. 

The
actress “was very nice and very respectful,” an enlisted Marine who
attended the Greenville, N.C., ball told People. “She gets credit and a
lot of respect for coming here, not being part of this world and
following through on her word.”

The Saturday before, her “Friends with Benefits” costar Justin
Timberlake, attended the Marine Corps Ball with Cpl. Kelsey De Santis
in Richmond, Va.

He wrote on his website that the event “turned out to be one of the
most moving evenings I’ve ever had.” And as for his date:  “She seemed
to be so humble and honest … Very cool,” he wrote. “She also
simultaneously seemed like she was nervous about the whole evening and
if I was going to enjoy myself … I have to tell you, it’s not every
day that I meet a 23 year old girl and she’s more worried about if I’m
having fun or if I’m comfortable! It hit me all of a sudden that these
were the type of people that look after us and our freedom … Humble,
concerned for others before themselves … This was the type of person
our Marine Corps was building. I was really blown away.”


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