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Mila Kunis Makes Funny Faces & Explains Why Her Daughter Thinks Ashton Kutcher Is Pregnant With 'Beer' On The Tonight Show! Watch!
For most people, making silly faces on the Photo Booth app was a moderately fun way to kill time back in 2011 — but for Jimmy Fallon, it's a recurring segment!
On Wednesday's Tonight Show, Mila Kunis was the latest guest to play Filtered Scenes, in which the two improvise random scenarios while using Photo Booth filters.
While they definitely made some funny faces, the improvisation aspect didn't get too far off the ground. In each scene, Fallon and Kunis asked each other if they got plastic surgery (because their faces look silly, remember?) and made us wish she got a better game, like Box of Lies.
After the game, the Bad Moms star opened up about her second pregnancy, revealing that her daughter Wyatt thinks everyone has a baby in their belly now, too — except daddy Ashton Kutcher, whose belly is full of "beer"!
Then the topic of conversation changed from Full House to being scared of MMA fighters!
Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) to watch the game and interview!
Get it, girl!
But before you think the Stone Cold singer is getting serious with the athlete… think again!
Sources say the singer is "just having fun," and that "Demi's still looking to meet new guys." Sorry Guilherme!
We're just glad Demi is having fun and playing the field!
Who's ready for more naked athletes?!
Every year, ESPN Magazine publishes a special "Body Issue" that features top athletes posing nude for the mag and we're about to get a whole new crop!
As you may remember, previous years have given us an incredible look at star athletes who make health and fitness a priority through interviews and wonderfully gorgeous nude pictures of the stars doing what they do best!
Well, it's June again which means there's another Body Issue of ESPN Magazine right around the corner and we're thrilled to learn that Dwyane Wade will be front and center!
In addition to the Miami Heat star, there will be ten men and nine women featured in the magazine for the story that will also include
UFC Champion Michael Bisping Calls His Opponent A 'F*ggot' In Post-Fight Press Conference! WATCH HERE!
There is no excuse for this kind of behavior…
Over the weekend, mixed martial artist Michael Bisping pulled an upset and defeated reigning champion Luke Rockhold in the first round at UFC 199.
However, the real drama happened at the post-fight press conference where the two fighters kept hurling insults back and forth.
Apparently, the new champ was pissed off that his opponent refused to shake his hand after the match. This prompted Bisping to call Rockhold a "c*cksucker" and a "f*ggot."
Almost immediately after saying the homophobic slurs, the 37-year-old caught himself and said:
"Oh, I shouldn't have said that."
This isn't the first time the English athlete has used hurtful rhetoric. In 2011, he was blasted by the media for calling a different opponent a "f*ggot motherf*cker" in a promotional video.
Michael should absolutely be ashamed of himself!
To see the shocking footage, ch-ch-check it out at the 2:42 mark (below)
This is so sad.
On Monday, Kimbo Slice passed away at 42 years old, after being admitted to Florida's Northwest Medical Center a few days earlier.
When we first learned of the MMA fighter's untimely death, not much was known about how he died or why he was hospitalized in the first place.
But now, a new report given to the Broward County Medical Examiner's office revealed that the famed fighter was admitted to the medical facility on Friday for a liver mass and congestive heart failure.
Physicians even told the ailing athlete's family that he needed a heart transplant.
The Bahamas native's loved ones were reportedly
This is so sad!
Kimbo Slice, the MMA fighter and online sensation, tragically passed away at the age of 42 on Monday after being hospitalized near his home in Coral Springs, Florida.
There hasn't been any word on the cause of death, however, the fighter was admitted to a Florida hospital in what TMZ Sports reports as a "dire situation" and it's suspected he may have died from heart failure. Oh no!
Kimbo, whose real name was Kevin Ferguson — was born in the Bahamas but grew up in Florida and caught the public's eye in the early 2000s by appearing in quite a few online bareknuckle fights filmed in (what appeared to be) backyards.
After getting the right people's attention, Slice made his MMA debut in