We know that Mila Kunis’ break out film role came in 2008 when she played Rachel Jansen in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. However, the lovely actress is also very popular because of her performance as Lily in Black Swan. For that role, she earned worldwide, rave reviews and received the Premio Marcello Mastroianni for Best Young Actor or Actress at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.
The American actress recently addressed post-Black Swan weight issues. She dieted down to 98 pounds to play a ballerina in the blockbuster movie. In the August Issue of Glamour magazine, she enthusiastically mentioned that she’s happy to have regained the 25 pounds that she lost for her role in the Oscar-winning film. No wonder she looked glowing and gorgeous in the photos for the famed publication’s latest issue.
The 28-year-old actress sizzled in the photo shoot for the magazine as she modeled several different outfits. She cheerfully posed on a balcony in New York City licking a strawberry ice cream cone in one shot. Miss Kunis looked very stylish in a flowery, summer shirt and cut-off, jean shorts. The Friends with Benefits star graces the cover of the August issue wearing jeans, a matching jean top, and a black cowboy hat.
Mila talked about her super skinny figure for her popular role in the well-known movie, Black Swan. She also admitted that it’s difficult being constantly judged. She stated:
“When I was shooting Black Swan, everyone was like, “Gosh, you’re really too skinny.” Then my weight started bouncing back, and they’re like, ‘She looked better when she was anorexic-looking!’ You can’t please anyone! It was just for work. I didn’t do it because I had issues. Now this is my normal weight that I started out with.”
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