***WARNING: THE BACHELORETTE SPOILERS BELOW***
What a dramatic season of television!
Well, while both men attempted to propose to Kaitlyn, she obviously only accepted one of the rings!
So who won Season 11 of The Bachelorette?!
Color us SHOCKED!
We would have NEVER expected Ashton Kutcher to open up so frankly about his romance with Mila Kunis, following his much-publicized affair and upcoming divorce from Demi Moore…even if it's just to announce to the world: "I"m not telling!"
But, it's actually a little more complicated than that!
In a new interview with Elle Magazine, the Two and a Half Men star reveals just what he's learned from his past indiscretions, why being rich and famous isn't all it's cracked up to be, and why his newfound sense of privacy is so important!
On Mila Kunis:
"You know, I’ve learned the hard way how valuable privacy is. And I've learned that there are a lot of things in your life that really benefit from being private. And relationships are one of them. And I am going to do everything in my power to have this relationship be private. People will fill in the blanks however they want."
On his affair being leaked to the press:
"When you become well known, you start to have suspicions about people's intentions that you're becoming close with. Because I think there's been an artificial value that's been put on fame in the world—people don't want to do something. They just want to be famous. And so I think you develop a natural suspicion of that. And, you know, I have a little bit of naïveté about trusting people—with the notion that if you share and if you give to people, they'll respect your privacy in turn. Unfortunately, that's not the case.”
On his relationship with Demi's kids Rumer, Scout, and Taluluah:
"There are some things that are better left private. Someone once told me, 'If anyone wants to be rich and famous, let them be rich first and see if they still want to be famous.'"
WOW! That is quite the change in attitude!
We have to say, we are LOVING all this mystique!
That's the way to play the game, boy!
[Images via WENN.]