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Mother's Day is only a couple of days away and it looks like Ashton Kutcher and Dax Shepard are making sure their wives feel FULLY appreciated!
That's because the Punk'd alums stopped by Ellen DeGeneres' talk show for Friday's episode to surprise Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell — who were on the show to help promote their upcoming flick Bad Moms.
Of course Ellen didn't stop there since she had the hot couples on the show, she decided to have them play "Never Have We Ever" and answer questions about shaving each other, wearing handcuffs, and whether or not they've hooked up on set!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing surprise and the HIGHlarious game (below) and make sure you at least call your mom on Sunday!
Being a parent is not an easy job. Why, you may ask?
That's because children are crazy… or at least, that's what Mila Kunis believes!
On Tuesday, the That '70s Show alum dished about her life as a new mom to her daughter Wyatt at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
The brunette beauty explained:
We may not know who died during the cliffhanger season finale of The Walking Dead, but at least now we know who was ALREADY dead.
And sadly for Ashton Kutcher, it was his sister.
According to Alanna Masterson, who plays Tara on TWD, Tausha Kutcher got a walk-on role on the show thanks to a family connection — actually two!
Alanna's brother is Danny Masterson, Hyde from That 70s Show, who was filming his Netflix show The Ranch with Ashton when the fams came to visit.
The zombie apocalypse survivor explained to E! News:
Everyone loves a good reunion from our favorite shows and Monday night we got a little That '70s Show get together thanks to the Netflix show The Ranch!
Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson's new comedy The Ranch is set to hit the streaming service in April, but they had a special screening of the sitcom at Hollywood's ArcLight theater Monday night.
Ch-ch-check out Kutcher and Masterson's longer reunion as they play brothers trying to run their family's business when The Ranch premieres April 1 on Netflix!
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Well Monday night, the That '70s Show actor stopped by Kimmel's late night show and the two decided to compare their Uber customer ratings!
While you might think both celebs would be near perfect, one of them beats the other one out by .1 stars!
Ch-ch-check out who has the better score (above) and hear Ashton dish on why he doesn't give his daughter with Mila Kunis any Cinnamon Toast Crunch (below)!
Ashton Kutcher is so different now that he's a dad!
Before Mila Kunis gave birth the couple's daughter Wyatt Isabelle, Ashton was best known for hashing out tons of personal info on Twitter. For a minute there, the actor seemed a bit obsessed with divulging all his deets to the web… especially when he was married to Demi Moore!
Now that A.K. is an exceptionally proud poppa, he's done with trying to control the gossip surrounding his life. In an interview with Parade Magazine, the social media whiz revealed that he used to be more open in an effort to control "tabloid fodder".
Elaborating on his stance, Ash explained:
Ever since we heard that Ashton Kutcher would be starring in a new show with his That '70s Show costar Danny Masterson, we couldn't wait to hear more about the new Netflix sitcom.
And after the streaming service dropped the first surprisingly raunchy trailer for The Ranch, it's clear this show focusing on a Colorado ranch family is no Fuller House!
The trailer follows Ashton as Colt, a failed semi-pro football player who returns home to run the family ranching business with his older brother (Masterson), and estranged dad Beau (Sam Elliott) — who drops some epic F-bombs in the trailer!
We also get a look at Debra Winger playing the boys' mother and local town bar owner, and Ashton's love interest played by Elisha Cuthbert!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) and watch The Ranch available for streaming on April 1!