Could the rumors be true? Kelso and Jackie, together forever? Mila Kunis sparked rumors when she was spotted with some fancy bling on her left ring finger. While Kunis keeps quiet about the possible engagement, Robin Thicke is wearing his heart on his sleeve, publicly begging for Paula Patton's forgiveness. These are Friday's (February 28) top stories.
Are Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis Engaged?
Kelso and Jackie are (maybe?) tying the knot IRL. Kutcher and Kunis, who first met on the set of "That '70s Show" in 1998, started dating in 2012. Kunis was spotted out shopping in Los Angeles on Thursday wearing an impressive rock on her ring finger. Multiple sources are confirming the rumors though the stars themselves are, for now, staying quiet. This would be the first marriage for Kunis. Kutcher was previously married to Demi Moore. If the rumors are true... congrats, kids!
Robin Thicke Wants To Win His Wife Back
While on tour in Virginia on Thursday, Thicke took the stage wearing his wedding ring and dedicated a song to his recently-separated-from wife Paula Patton. "For y'all that don't know, me and my wife separated," announced Thicke. "But I'm trying to get my girl back. She's a good woman." The singer then broke into his hit "Lost Without U." It seems the rumored-playboy is on a mission. After postponing three dates on his tour due to "vocal strain," Thicke was seen jetting off to Vancouver, BC where Patton is currently filming.
Kanye Confirms 'Yeezus' Movie Coming
West shared a teaser on his website Thursday confirming that a "Yeezus" movie is on its way. Directed by frequent collaborator Hype Williams, the trailer is underscored by Kanye's hit "Coldest Winter" which, weirdly enough, was on his album 808s & Heartbreak, not Yeezus. The footage looks like exactly what you would expect — dramatic shots of one of the most-talked about tours of 2013. No word on a release date but Yeezy did confirm the flick is "coming to theaters."
Got Plans This Weekend? Now You Do.
Liam Neeson continues to prove it's never too late to become a legit action hero in his new film "Non-Stop," out Friday. "Saturday Night Live" returns from its short hiatus with host Jim Parsons and musical guest Beck. Then on Sunday night, we hear there's this little award show that honors the best movies of the year... MTV will be live from the Academy Awards from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET. Watch with us?