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Mila Kunis goes to the ball

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November 22, 2011 | 1:19 pm

Sergeant Scott Moore and his guest, actress Mila Kunis, left, stand during the national anthem at the 236th Marine Corps birthday ball in Greenville, North Carolina on Nov. 18. Photo by REUTERS/Cpl. Johnny Merkley/U.S. Marine Corps

Sergeant Scott Moore and his guest, actress Mila Kunis, left, stand during the national anthem at the 236th Marine Corps birthday ball in Greenville, North Carolina on Nov. 18. Photo by REUTERS/Cpl. Johnny Merkley/U.S. Marine Corps

Mila Kunis became the latest celebrity to make it to the 236th annual Marine Corps Ball this week. Fresh off being named GQ’s Man of the Year, Kunis was the distinguished date of Sgt. Scott Moore at the Greenville, N.C., soiree.

A few months ago Moore, of the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, posted a short YouTube clip asking Kunis to accompany him to this year’s ball. It took a few months until the clip went viral, but eventually it created an interesting trend of people asking out celebrities online. Justin Timberlake and Kristin Cavallari wound up attending the balls. Scarlett Johansson and Betty White had to pass.

According to People magazine, a fellow Marine said that Kunis “was very nice and very respectful.”

The event focused on the troops that couldn’t make it to the ball. Moore’s unit lost seven men earlier this year, as Moore tweeted about it shortly beforehand: ”Tonight is for you 7 Betio Bastards!” Apparently Kunis, who was wearing a black dress, seemed to be really into the traditions and ceremonies. Marine spokesman Capt. Scott Sasser said before the ball that “She’s going to get a chance to learn about the Marine Corps, and we’re all going to have a great time celebrating the Marine Corps birthday.” After the event Sasser said only that the two were “enjoying the night.”

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