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Kutcher and Kunis Join ‘That 70s Show’ Birthday Reunion

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

New parents Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, along with former stars of That 70s Show surprised Wilmer Valderrama on his 35th birthday, according to Access Hollywood. Wilmer’s long-time girlfriend Demi Lovato planned the event which took place at the Palm Thai Restaurant in Hollywood.

Kabala enthusiast Kutcher led the group in a rendition of “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow” after Wilmer blew out the candles on the giant birthday cake bearing his initials. Valderrama posted on Instagram: “It’s my birthday!!!! Ha-ha!! I was surprised last night by all the people I love. I felt so blessed to have looked around & truly know that everyone by my side has & will always have my back. I love you! 35, does that mean it is cheaper when I go to Disneyland.”

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Kunis and Kutcher had an evening with the baby at home, and there is no doubt the couple has been busy lately. First, they were dodging speculation that the two had wed secretly when the press picked up on a ring Kunis had that looked like a “sign.” Kutcher also recently released his pet project, a startup social media platform he is funding called a+. The social media platform began with“an experiment of combining technology with the power of social media to drive additional views of impactful, socially relevant  and sometimes just light-hearted stories throughout the world, ” as reported by PR newswire. Kutcher is chairman of the board for A+.



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