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Mila Kunis Keeps Her Word, Takes Marine to Ball

Days after her friend (boyfriend? ex-boyfriend?) Justin Timberlake accompanied a fan to the annual Marine Corps Ball in Washington, D.C., Mila Kunis took Sgt. Scott Moore to his Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, N.C.

The 28-year-old actress was asked out via YouTube by Moore in July from Afghanistan.

Shortly after accepting, Kunis had to shoot down rumors she was backing out of her date due to a prior movie commitment.

Kunis, wh0 briefly attended Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (shameless plug of my old high school) before That’s ’70s Show fame, spoke to E! Online prior to the ball and said the one thing she was looking forward to the most was “talking to people and hearing their stories.”

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U.S. Marine Takes Justin Timberlake as Her Date to Military Ball

Actor Justin Timberlake earned himself heaps of good press Saturday night when he accompanied a fan to the annual Marine Corps Ball in Washington, D.C. Timberlake, 30, wrote on his website:

I felt so proud to be there. I felt like I was getting a chance to be among my heroes. It’s funny too because a lot of them are SO younger than me.

Corporal Kelsey DeSantis asked Timberlake for a date via a YouTube video. She was inspired by Sgt. Scott Moore, who scored a date with Timberlake’s Friends With Benefits co-star Mila Kunis with his own YouTube video. Timberlake encouraged Kunis to accept the invitation, and she’ll accompany Moore to the Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, N.C. on Nov. 18.

Image via JustinTimberlake.com

Yahoo Execs On Their Way Out

scottmoore-300x225.jpgKara Swisher reports two top Yahoo execs are expected to announce their departures this week:

SVP Scott Moore, who runs Yahoo’s media group out of its offices in Santa Monica, Calif., and also Alan Warms, who came to Yahoo from its BuzzTracker acquisition last year, will both be leaving, although it is not clear what their plans are.

More here.

LAT In 90 Seconds

34081401-03163543.jpgHot Network Mess: Reporter Greg Braxton describes how far BET has to go to undo its image as a bad-taste maker in the black community.

34080616-03155713.jpgWhat’s It Worth? Columnist Patrick Goldstein has a great piece today about the randomness of the price of anything these days (which you can read, for free, online). Apparently the writers’ strike has Goldstein in an economic existential crisis. It makes for a good read (again, for free).

smoore.jpegDo You Yahoo? The company that isn’t Google is busy plotting for world domination in its Santa Monica office. And Scott Moore, a senior vice president who is now in charge of all Southern California-based projects, is apparently the guy who is going to lead the attack. Except … wasn’t that what Lloyd Braun was supposed to do?