Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are #RelationshipGoals on ‘The Bachelorette’

Nick Paschal
Supervising Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Ever since season 11 of The Bachelorette, when Jared Haibon was left brokenhearted by Kaitlyn Bristowe, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have spent their Mondays watching the show. There was some talk at the time of Jared looking like Ashton, and once the Hollywood couple started watching, they couldn’t stop. When it was announced that Rachel Lindsay would be the next Bachelorette, Mila said they contacted the producers in an attempt to get on the show. So Ashton and Mila gave Rachel some #RelationshipGoals, as they helped her find out which guys were made of husband material.

First Impressions

Ashton’s first impression of the guys wasn’t great, and he told his wife, “I’m gonna make a bold prediction at this point. I don’t think Rachel’s guy is in this group.” Although Mila urged him to give them some time, Ashton made the point that he didn’t need time to know she was wife material. Ashton said, “I knew on day one,” to which Mila replied, “Someone’s definitely getting laid tonight.”

Ashton Meets Whaboom

The stars of That ’70s Show weren’t there just to be adorable. They were also there to officiate an obstacle course race between the guys. After Lucas (“Whaboom” guy) plowed through the competition, he won Rachel’s heart. But what he really wanted was a “Whaboom” from Ashton. Unfortunately for Lucas, Ashton wasn’t onboard the “Whaboom” train, and he gave Lucas a foul for excessive celebration.

The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC. Watch clips and full episodes of The Bachelorette for free on Yahoo View.

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