Mila Kunis Is GQ’s Knockout of the Year, Knows How to Knock Out a Cold
Dr. Kunis. Paging Dr. Kunis.
While it comes as no surprise that GQ's "Knockout of the Year" is Black Swan and Friends With Benefits hottie Mila Kunis, it is a bit of shock to learn that the actress is way more Jewish mother than Hollywood diva.
Kunis, who grew up in the USSR (now Ukraine) before moving to L.A. when she was in second grade, tried to battle her GQ interviewer's cold with a little soup and a whole lotta Ketel One.
After treating the guy to miso soup at a nearby Japanese restaurant, she made a bizarre concoction back in her Detroit apartment — she’s in town filming Sam Raimi’s Oz: The Great and Powerful — involving Cabernet, green tea powder, fish oil, apple cider vinegar, and Ayurvedic chai. "Let's get some Cabernet going," she said. "It'll make you feel better and it will make you drunk."
But before pouring the questionably therapeutic drink into mugs, she added half a bottle of vodka for good measure, exclaiming, "There. Healthy! This will kill everything."