Ashton Kutcher Has the Best Response to Mila Kunis' Making the Time 100 Most Influential List

It looks like Ashton Kutcher will have to settle for being the second most influential person in his house — at least for now.
On May 23, Time released its 100 Most Influential List of 2022, which includes influential artists, world leaders, business titans, pioneers and other people who are changing the world. Stars like Pete Davidson, Kris Jenner and Zendaya were among those honored. Unfortunately for Ashton, his wife Mila Kunis also made the list, which he jokingly complained about on Twitter.
"Dear Time magazine, I'm already losing every argument I have with my wife," Ashton wrote on Twitter, adding, "You just had to do this, didn't you?"
Mila, 38, has been praised by her friend and fellow actor Zoe Saldaña for the many roles she takes on as a mother, wife, daughter, producer and actress.
The Guardians of the Galaxy star penned an essay praising Mila's curiosity and hunger for "important [and] thought-provoking conversations." Zoe wrote: "And she's also very generous with the information she learns; she just spreads them. She's a great leader, whether it's running a chat group with other moms, organizing an event, or raising funds for causes important to her."
In her essay, Zoe also praised Mila for the progress she has made as the daughter of immigrants: "You understand that you are in a certain box that makes you responsible very early in life."
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While Mila ultimately walked away with the honor, Zoe actually gave Ashton a sweet nod.
"Seeing your fundraiser for Ukraine and raising tens of millions: that's what we expect from the Kutcher-Kunis clan, always up for the challenge," she wrote. "What must be done? They will take it upon themselves, they will initiate anything and everything in their power to serve."
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Dear Time Magazine,<br>I'm already losing every argument with my wife. You just had to do this, didn't you? <a href=""></a></p>— Ashton Kutcher (@aplusk) <a href="https://twitter .com/aplusk/status/1528761501997072385?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">23. May 2022</a></blockquote> <script async src="" charset= "utf-8"></script>
Looks like Ashton might not have lost that fight after all!
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Ashton Kutcher
American actor (born 1978)
Mila Kunis
American actress born in Soviet Ukraine

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