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Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 3 of 10: We all owe a big "thank you" to Jimmy Fallon and "The Tonight Show" for getting to the bottom of one of the pop culture mysteries of the year -- and that is, why the super-'70s "lip jewelry," Ashton Kutcher? Asked if the 'stache is for a role, Ashton assured Jimmy it is not. "No, this is for real life. It's kind of crazy. I never intended to have this. I don't think I'd look good with it, but I'm keeping it," he said (via E! News). He then proceeded to share a hilarious backstory involving his wife, Mila Kunis, and their pal, Adele, who threw a theme party for her 31st birthday this spring. The day he and Mila were due at the bash, Mila told Ashton the theme was 1970s New Year's. "I'm like, 'Oh, well, we were both on 'That '70s Show.' I think we've got this, right?'" he recalled. Donning bell bottoms, boots, a vest and a scarf, he realized his 2019 beard didn't match the outfit's vibe. "... I'm like, 'Oh, I'm going '70s 'stache. It's gonna happen,'" he continued. "I whittle everything down and it's thin. I mean, it's a high school boy trying to grow a mustache thin. But it looks great for the party." Except that when they got to the party, they learned the theme was actually 1930s New Year's. "I look like Burt Reynolds from 'Boogie Nights,'" he joked. "What are you gonna be like, 'I got the decade wrong?' So I'm just playing it off like this is how I'm doing it these days. And I'm like, 'What's up Jay-Z, yeah this is my thing now!' It was really awkward." That was months ago, of course. Now, he said, "it's a spite 'stache ... this is payback. It's a full blown spite 'stache." Spite-inspired though it may be, Mila has grown to appreciate the facial hair. "She likes it now," he said. "So now I can't get rid of it."

You can thank Mila Kunis and Adele for Ashton Kutcher's creepy 'stache

We all owe a big "thank you" to Jimmy Fallon and "The Tonight Show" for getting to the bottom of one of the pop culture mysteries of the year -- and that is, why the super-'70s "lip jewelry," Ashton Kutcher? Asked if the 'stache is for a role, Ashton assured Jimmy it is not. "No, this is for real life. It's kind of crazy. I never intended to have this. I don't think I'd look good with it, but I'm keeping it," he said (via E! News). He then proceeded to share a hilarious backstory involving his wife, Mila Kunis, and their pal, Adele, who threw a theme party for her 31st birthday this spring. The day he and Mila were due at the bash, Mila told Ashton the theme was 1970s New Year's. "I'm like, 'Oh, well, we were both on 'That '70s Show.' I think we've got this, right?'" he recalled. Donning bell bottoms, boots, a vest and a scarf, he realized his 2019 beard didn't match the outfit's vibe. "... I'm like, 'Oh, I'm going '70s 'stache. It's gonna happen,'" he continued. "I whittle everything down and it's thin. I mean, it's a high school boy trying to grow a mustache thin. But it looks great for the party." Except that when they got to the party, they learned the theme was actually 1930s New Year's. "I look like Burt Reynolds from 'Boogie Nights,'" he joked. "What are you gonna be like, 'I got the decade wrong?' So I'm just playing it off like this is how I'm doing it these days. And I'm like, 'What's up Jay-Z, yeah this is my thing now!' It was really awkward." That was months ago, of course. Now, he said, "it's a spite 'stache ... this is payback. It's a full blown spite 'stache." Spite-inspired though it may be, Mila has grown to appreciate the facial hair. "She likes it now," he said. "So now I can't get rid of it."

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