Mila Kunis replicated Justin Timberlake's recent appearance at a military bash by turning up for the Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, North Carolina - and, like Timberlake, found the whole experience an incredibly fulfilling one, so sources from the event held this weekend say.
Kunis, 28 and perhaps bet known for her voiceover role as Meg Griffin in long running American animation comedy 'Family Guy', was the date of Sgt. Scott Moore for the evening, reports People magazine, and was "very nice and very respectful" according to someone in attendance. "She gets credit and a lot of respect for coming here, not being part of this world and following through on her word," they went on to add, also commenting that "She seemed to like the traditions. They made her smile."
In a chain of events echoing that of Timberlake's appearance at a ball in Richmond, Kunis accepted a YouTube video request from Moore to be her date for the evening, and has insisted all along that she would honour that. On the night itself, the actress took in traditions such as the birthday cake ceremony where the oldest and youngest members of the marines take the first slices of the cake. Special time was placed aside for seven members of Moore's unit who sadly lost their lives in service this year.