AceShowbiz - Ashton Kutcher has gone above and beyond to make a simple game extra entertaining. On Monday, May 4, the former "Two and a Half Men" actor took off his shirt and showed off his hairy chest while taking part in a new game of "Voice Swap" for the latest episode of "Tonight Show: Home Edition".
Before starting the game, host Jimmy Fallon explained to Kutcher and his wife, actress Mila Kunis, that they need to be each other's voice in answering questions directed toward their partner. Soon enough, the 42-year-old actor reduced Kunis to laughing fit with his ridiculous answers that detailed her bowel movements.
At some point of the game, Kutcher was even complaining at Kunis for not mouthing off his answer about her craziest dreams. In response, the 36-year-old defended herself, "No, I'm awful at this." Admitting that she does not know "how people keep a straight face," she explained, "I enjoy laughter, and I have a very hard time holding it down."
The highlight of the game, however, didn't come until Fallon asked Kutcher about what he is most excited to do once the quarantine guidelines is lifted. As Kunis explained on his behalf, "My favorite thing to do is to just go outside naked and run around," Kutcher began stripping off his shirt and dramatically pretended that he was running around.
Kutcher's action prompted his wife to step up her answer by stating, "My chest hair is Batman signal," sending Fallon to laugh even harder. Not stopping there, the mother of two continued on, "I just have a permanent Bat-signal on my chest and I don't even know why it's there."
On a more serious note, Kutcher and Kunis talked about life in quarantine. When asked about their trick in educating 5-year-old Wyatt and 3-year-old Dimitri, Kunis confessed to be getting help from friends. "The one thing that we did that I think is good is we enlisted our friends to do like 20-minute Zoom sessions with our kids," she spilled.
"We were like, 'Teach our kids anything. It can be anything from like making flower arrangements, to architecture, to anything,' " the actress went on sharing. "So that gives us 20 minutes of not parenting and also allows our kids to have another type of interaction."
Elsewhere in the interview, the Hollywood couple talked about their Quarantine Wine initiative that supports the coronavirus relief effort. Revealing that the idea came while they were "doing Zoom dates or Facetime dates with our friends," Kunis added, "I realized how good I selfishly felt when I was able to donate, so in weird way I just combined two of my favorite things: drinking and donating."