I've never had a problem saying I've got nothing lined up…
"We're so happy and proud that we found each other at such a young age.
Macaulay Carson Culkin, one of the most famous American child stars, was born on August 26, 1980 in New York City, New York, USA, as the third of seven children of his father Kit Culkin (a former stage and child actor and also Macaulay's former manager) and mother Patricia Brentrup.
Culkin is also godfather to Jackson's brothers, 20-year-old Prince Jackson and 15-year-old Blanket Jackson.
He was close friends with the siblings' late dad, Michael Jackson, up until the singer's death at age 50 in 2009.
A few years before Culkin hooked up with Kunis, he was actually a married man.
Yep, in 1998, the then-17-year-old actor married another actress, Rachel Miner, also 17.
Select parodies include "I'm Waiting for the Delivery Man" and "All the Pizza Parties." Sadly, the band's humor hasn't meshed well with everyone. actress Mila Kunis for about eight years, and the couple managed to keep their romance out of the press until the year after their breakup in late 2010.
According to , the Pizza Underground was booed off the stage at the 2014 Dot to Dot Festival in Nottingham, England. "The split was amicable, and they remain close friends," a rep for Kunis told in 2012, Kunis reflected fondly on her romance with Culkin, saying "Being settled so young really helped.
Things eventually got so bad that patrons started throwing beer cans during the set, which had to be cut short after 15 minutes. You know, I wouldn't take back anything in my life, not one thing. There are things that people know about, and there are things that the press doesn't know about, and everything that did occur 100 percent shaped who I am.
My ex-boyfriend, my family, my friends, everybody." Later that year, Kunis began dating her former after photos of Culkin and Price kissing hit the internet.
He married at 17, then divorced—and in 2004, was arrested and briefly jailed for possession of marijuana and two controlled substances.