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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher on Lakers Kiss Cam

Mila Kunis Ashton Kutcher

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher attended the Los Angeles Lakers-Utah Jazz game on Friday night, and the two ended up on the kiss cam.

Our friend Beto Duran was on the scene and snapped the photos:

Kutcher had to turn his hat around backwards in order to dive in for the kiss, but he got the job done. And let’s be real, who wouldn’t do that in order to make out with Mila Kunis?

Kutcher is a big sports fan and the two have attended multiple sporting events in the city, including previous Lakers games and Dodgers games. We’re surprised that they haven’t been on the kiss cam before.

Ashton Kutcher Tweets He Can’t Believe Joe Paterno Was Fired, Then Deletes it

Everyone has an opinion on the Jerry Sandusky scandal.  In addition, everyone has an opinion of Joe Paterno as it relates to the scandal.  Paterno has been an icon at Penn State for more than 60 years, and people need more than one person to blame when something terrible happens.  It only makes sense that Paterno — who certainly should have done more to help stop Sandusky — has become one of the fall guys.

While clearly not a part of the majority, some people have defended Paterno.  When Penn State announced that Paterno had been fired on Wednesday night, one of those people was Ashton Kutcher.  However, he quickly changed his tune when he was bashed by many of his 8 million followers.

“How do you fire Jo Pa? #insult #noclass as a hawkeye fan I find it in poor taste,” Kutcher initially tweeted.  It didn’t take him long to feel that an apology was necessary.

“Heard Joe was fired, fully recant previous tweet!” he wrote. “Didn’t have full story. #admitwhenYoumakemistakes.”

Unless Kutcher just returned to the U.S. from a third world country that has no TV, no computers, no radio, and does not allow cell phone use, he had to have known what was going on.  He then went on to write, “As an advocate in the fight against child sexual exploitation, I could not be more remorseful for all involved in the Penn St. case.”  It almost sounds as though Paterno is the alleged child molester and Kutcher had to do some damage control for defending him.

Kutcher then ended the evening by vowing to stop tweeting until he can “properly manage this feed.”  He also said he “feels awful about this error.”  Again, it sounds like Ashton defended Sandusky himself and is apologizing for it.  While it is not the most popular opinion, you could make an argument that Paterno is taking the fall for mistakes made by a number of people, which makes sense considering he’s the head football coach.  However, you have to wonder if Kutcher did know what was going on and had to rescind his opinion simply to conform with the majority.

Iowa Violations Center Around Recruits Meeting Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore

I don’t know exactly what an Ashton Kutcher is, but somehow it keeps popping up in sports conversations. First I hear that this character has a fantasy football show, then the guy shows up as a high school assistant coach, and now he’s getting his Iowa Hawkeyes into trouble via recruiting violations.

The Des Moines Register found out that Iowa self reported violations to the NCAA involving recruits meeting people who represent the athletic department. Two basketball recruits met Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore while another basketball recruit met former players Reggie Evans and Dean Oliver.

The violations became public when the two recruits said they met Kutcher and Moore during a September football game between Iowa and Iowa State in Iowa City. And as most cases seem to go these days, the proof was documented on twitter. Check out this picture Sports by Brooks tipped us off to that unveils the evidence:

Going to be pretty hard for the Hawkeyes to deny allegations at this point. They’ve self-reported the problems to the NCAA but I’m guessing they won’t be penalized too badly. Would meeting Ashton Kutcher really sway a recruit towards the school? Exactly.