Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon come face to face for the very first time for their collaborating project The Spy Who Dumped Me and both the stars have instantly bonded.
But still, there is a one thin the actresses failed to see eye to eye on — the finale of Arie Luyendyk Jr.‘s Bachelor season, during which he split with his fiancée Becca Kufrin onscreen to reunite with Lauren Burnham, who is a runner-up of the show.
The 34-year-old Kunis remarked her appearance on Wednesday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she opened up about McKinnon, “She had a theory that she thinks it was set up.” She told the host of the daytime talk show, “I spoke to Chris [Harrison] the host about it. It was not set up.”
Kufrin also appeared on her talk show on March 15, where Ellen cleared the air, saying, the producers knew the 36-year-old Luyendyk planned to end his on-screen relationship with the girl, who was his initial choice on the show when the two met up after getting engaged to each other. However, the cameramen of the show weren’t aware of their post-engagement meeting.
McKinnon said, “I revoke my theory.” The actress called the two-part finale an “atomic explosion.”
McKinnon and Kunis still feel very terrible about how her breakup which went down public while ABC declared the 27-year-old Kufrin, its new Bachelorette.
The 34-year-old McKinnon hilariously imagined that what it must have been liked for the show’s traumatized cameramen, one of whom the actress decided was named Josh. She said, “So these guys are there and they’re just … they’re like, ‘What’s going on? Josh, what’s going on?’ And they’re following to the bathroom and they’re going and they’re crying for Becca. ‘Josh, how can he do this to her?’”
Kunis quipped, “It was incredible, wasn’t it?”