Mila Kunis Crowned Esquire's 2012 'Sexiest Woman Alive'
With the eleventh season of her hit animated TV comedy "Family Guy" having just gotten underway, Mila Kunis garnered herself some welcome exposure as cover girl of the November 2012 issue of Esquire magazine.
Taking the title of "Sexiest Woman Alive" from last year's top-ranked hottie, Rihanna, the 29-year-old Ukrainian actress sizzled as she posed in nothing but a pair of tight black leather trousers for the Cliff Watts shot front page.
Aside from the topless cover, Miss Kunis showed off her undeniable gorgeousness for the cameras as she rocked barley-there lingerie laden ensembles in the titillating inside spread.
Meanwhile, a few of the highlights from Mila's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Esquire when the publication hits newsstands this Monday (October 8)!
On not losing sight of who she is:
“What I do and who I am are two different things. And they always will be. What happens with people is they lose sight of who they are, and they become either who they want to be or who they are perceived to be. But whatever it is, it is no longer who they are. So much of who you are in this industry is based on what that critic says, what that director says, what that actor says. People start believing all that, and they become what everybody else wants them to be. And I think that I’ve consciously separated my two lives. I love what I do. I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. But when I’m done with work, I’m done with work. I think that if I bought into the hype, I would lose all sight of who I am, and so much of who I am is what my parents went through and instilled in me. And I never want to lose that. Ever. Because I would be so disappointed if I didn’t make them proud.”
On her interest in American politics:
“I find it all to be incredibly entertaining. I went to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner with Wolf Blitzer. It’s weird: You get invited by people you don’t know–and I never wanna go again, because I had the most incredible experience. Ever. I watch CNN or MSNBC all day long, every day. So I meet with Wolf, and I was like, 'Oh, my God. There’s Wolf Blitzer.' Like two drinks in, I just start talking. 'So, about Ahmadinejad‘s nephew …' Wolf was surprised I followed politics.”
On her comedic nature:
"I think I stumbled upon doing funny things, but I’m not funny. I just know how to deliver a joke. There are people who naturally exude humor and are constantly saying funny things, and there are the people who know how to deliver a joke. It’s a learned skill. Through twenty years of doing this, I practice it. I think that the second you think that you’re funny is when you stop being funny.”
Photo Credit: Cliff Watts for Esquire