They sure went out to the ballgame! Sports enthusiasts Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher had a fun-filled date night inside Dodger Stadium in L.A., on Wednesday, October 20, during Game 4 of the 2016 National League Championship Series.
The A-listers were asked to announce the team’s lineup on Wednesday night, and they took the request rather seriously. Kutcher and Kunis animatedly presented the team’s players from home plate, while fans inside the sold-out stadium cheered in response. “It’s time for Dodger Baseball,” the That ‘70s Show stars roared. “Let’s go Dodgers.”
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 19, 2016
Both Kunis and her husband wore customized team jerseys stamped with “Kutcher.” Kunis’ piece adorably included the number one, while her husband’s jersey featured the number two.
Along with introducing the athletes, the A-listers got star-struck while meeting some of the team’s standout players prior to the game. In one adorable clip, Kutcher is seen adjusting Justin Turner’s jersey before taking photos on the field.
“Superman right there.”
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 20, 2016
The stars, currently expecting their second child, also snapped selfies and mingled with the players before taking their seats. The pair, who married in July 2015, are no strangers to PDA-filled date nights at sporting events.
Though usually private about their lives, the stars have become increasingly vocal about their sweet bond and longtime friendship in recent interviews.
This past summer, Kunis revealed to Howard Stern in a no-holds-barred interview exactly how she and Kutcher made the transition from old pals to life partners.
“I might get in trouble for this. Well, whatever. So, here’s how this happened,” she said on Stern’s SiriusXM show. “We oddly both did a movie — I did Friends With Benefits. He did a movie called No Strings Attached. — If we just paid attention to these movies, s—t like this does not work out in real life … Literally, we lived out our movies.”
The two are parents to their 2-year-old girl Wyatt, who will soon become a big sister. The Dodgers, meanwhile, fell to the Chicago Cubs in Game 4, evening up the series 2-2.