Mila Kunis Elle UK July 2012 Pictures

Mila Kunis Talks Dating Trouble and Her Stubborn Side in a Sexy Elle UK Spread

Mila Kunis covered Elle UK's July issue.

Mila Kunis channeled '60s-inspired glam for the cover of Elle UK's July issue, which hits newsstands tomorrow. The actress is currently on the big screen in Ted, which was last weekend's box office champion, though she recently switched gears to film Blood Ties opposite Clive Owen. Mila has also been in the spotlight for her rumored romance with Ashton Kutcher. The duo further fueled speculation when they met up for a PDA-filled lunch date just this past weekend in LA. She touched on her romantic life in the pages of the magazine, opened up about the hardships of dating as a celebrity, and shared her dedication to proving her critics wrong. Here's more from Mila Kunis in Elle UK:

  • On the difficulty of dating as a celebrity: "Is a guy going to come up to me and ask if he can take me out on a date? Where can I go and have this date? I can't go anywhere! My house, his house . . . So what do you do? I'm trying to be like a normal girl and a single girl . . . but the concept of being single and in my position is just not workable. I couldn't even go on a date if I wanted to!"
  • On her past keeping her grounded: "I may have a lot now, but I'm OK if it all goes. I had everything when I was poor. We always had food on the table. Somehow, my parents made it happen. I felt loved and cared for. I didn't have material things, but it didn't matter. I'm grateful now that I don't have to wake up every morning and worry about how I'm going to pay my bills. But I'm not going to sell my soul for it. I really do know it's not the be-all and end-all."
  • On proving her critics wrong: "I have everything working against me at this point. I am a woman, I'm a child actress and I was on a television show for eight years. But I have worked really hard to prove them all wrong. It's the stubborn side of me. I still don't have a f***ing clue what I'm doing. I'm not confident in my talent, whatever that might be, and I hope I never am. Working this hard is the thing that keeps me sane."