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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher team up with Shaggy for hilarious ‘It Wasn’t Me’ Super Bowl commercial

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have teamed up to work together onscreen for the first time in years, and Shaggy is involved too.

The Hollywood couple showcased the humor they are known for in a new advert for Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix that will air during the Super Bowl LV and it’s everything.

The playful clip sees Ashton catch his wife ‘orange-handed’ as she steals his snacks and chows down.

When he asks who took his Cheetos, she turns to see Shaggy sat next to her and advises her to say, ‘It wasn’t me’.

For those who don’t remember, the phrase is the title of the reggae star’s iconic 2000 single.

Then the trio treat viewers to a remixed version of the hit single with Ashton catching Mila munching away in all the places mentioned in the song.

Shaggy even spits a new and improved verse about Ashton’s predicament and when Ashton believes Mila’s lies, Shaggy puffs: ‘That’s the first time that ever worked.’

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Mila revealed why she signed on to do the ad: ‘It’s so silly! Ashton and I, we never work together. I mean, I know we’ve worked together before [on That ’70s Show]… but in the midst of quarantine, they sent us this ad to do.

‘Every time I’ve ever been offered a Super Bowl ad it’s always a female having to be scantily clad. But this one comes around, I started laughing so hard, and Ashton was like, “This is kind of funny.” And I was like, “We should do it!”‘

The Friends With Benefits star jokingly added that doing the commercial was a way to get out of the house and away from their two children, six-year-old daughter Wyatt and 4-year-old son Dimitri, amid the ongoing pandemic.


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