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Mila Kunis Rumored to Be Too Overweight for Dior

Is the world’s sexiest woman too fat for the fashion company?

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: October 22nd, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Mila Kunis Rumored to Be Too Overweight for Dior

Although it’s most likely untrue, Star magazine has reported that certain “insiders” have learned that Christian Dior has fired Mila Kunis for being overweight.

Kunis, who was recently named Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive, was signed to Dior almost immediately after completing ‘The Black Swan’. Apparently, Dior has complained that since that time, Kunis has put on weight and dresses sloppily in public, refusing to properly represent the high-end fashion label.

“Since pairing with Ashton, she’s constantly photographed looking like a total mess. It’s not the image Dior wants to send,” an insider tells Star.

“When they signed Mila, she was a total waif; they didn’t worry about making her agree to a weight limit in the contract. They’re really regretting that now.”

“The company paid her a fortune and is very frustrated with how she looks,” says a mole. “The marketing people have even offered to supply a wardrobe for her.”

Jennifer Lawrence was recently named the new face of Dior, but is it currently unknown whether she will be replacing Kunis. Rumors like this are deplorable. The rumor is undoubtedly a complete fallacy, but someone at Star believed in the idea of Kunis being overweight enough to publish the article.

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