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People are talking: Mila Kunis gets tied up in knots


Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis

So Mila Kunis is said to have "admitted" on television that she secretly got married to Ashton Kutcher. And James Corden is getting all the credit for pressing her into coming clean on American television.

It was a noisy scoop for the brand new host of the Late Late Show - as an unknown Brit in the chair recently vacated by Craig Ferguson, he had a lot to prove, and the bombshell certainly helped get his tenure off with a bang.

Which is all great news for those of us on this side of the Atlantic cheering him on from afar. Or was, until we all went onto Google, to check out the clips of the interview, and saw that it is transparently clear that it was not Corden himself, but his other guest, Tom Hanks, the unacknowldged wing-man of Corden's apparent journalistic coup, who was almost entirely responsible for squeezing the news out of Mila. Sure, it was Corden who posed the question directly, but if it hadn't been for Hanks steering him into it, and then gesturing none-too-subtly at Kunis's wedding finger, it looked like Corden would have had to settle for being fended off with shrugs and non-committal answers.

Tom Hanks has long been known and revered as an important actor, but who knew that he deserved credit too, for his generous services to celebrity journalism.

Sunday Independent

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