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Sergeant in Marine Corp Gets Surprise Date With a Black Swan

Mila Kunis to accompany Sgt. Scott Moore at the Marine Corps Ball

By: Nelly Lalany

Published: July 12th, 2011 in Culture » Film » News

Sergeant in Marine Corp Gets Surprise Date With a Black Swan

Black Swan co-star, and a member of the Tribe, Mila Kunis personifies beauty and grace.

Just recently, a member of the Marine Corps proposed a date with Kunis via (none other than) the Internet.

Sgt. Scott Moore needed a date for the upcoming Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, North Carolina, and he went out on quite a limb to find one.

While she was promoting her new movie, Friends With Benefits, her co-star Justin Timberlake showed her the video.

Timberlake reportedly said to Mila, “Have you seen this? Have you heard about this? You need to do it for you country!”

The response, “I’ll do it.”


Not only did she make a Sergeant very happy, but she showed the rest of the world the power of the worldwide web.

Think about it!

Back to the prehistoric day that preceded embedding, Youtube and Mozilla, the odds of an “Average Joe” getting a date with a beautiful Hollywood starlet were astronomical?

She’s got such a good heart, and, unless another marine shows up with Natalie Portman on his arm, he’s bound to be the luckiest guy at the Marine Corps soiree!

Enjoy your date Sgt. Moore, you’ve earned it. And, Mila, don’t do anything I wouldn’t do.

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