Mila Kunis was named “The Sexiest Woman Alive” for 2012 by Esquire Magazine. When asked how she felt about the title, the Ted actress responded:
“I don’t Google myself. I don’t know what people are saying, and frankly, I don’t care. I don’t need to feel bad about myself. And they are never good things, good things don’t sell. Also, it’s not real life. Just because one person online says that you’re fat or ugly or tall or short, that doesn’t make it true. It’s one person who’s got nothing better to do. … And it goes the same for the one person who says you are beautiful, stunning, tall, short, whatever. Skinny, anything positive that is said that you are wanting to read, you should accept the negative because it goes hand in hand. I would not accept anything and it makes no difference.”
Good for Kunis! It’s easy to think that we’re x-y-z just because someone on the internet says we are–remember, not everything you read is true, so why let it make you feel bad about yourself? But this is true–we love you, LivLunatics!