Mila Kunis has explained how Danny Masterson 'bet' Ashton Kutcher to 'French kiss' her during her time on That '70s Show, when she was just 14 years old.

Danny Masterson was recently sentenced for raping two women, and both Ashton and Mila came under scrutiny when it was revealed they'd written letters of support.

Now, in a resurfaced interview from 2002 with Rosie O'Donnell, the stars can be seen chatting about how an early script called for their characters to be 'making out' in a scene.

But this kiss, mum-of-two Mila revealed, was her first-ever one and was forced upon the star during her first week of filming the comedy.

"I never kissed a guy… I was a 14-year-old little girl and I was extremely scared for my life," she said.

The actress, who starred in Black Swan, then continued and said Danny made a bet with Aston – who is now Mila's husband – to French kiss her during the scene instead.

Mila said, "Danny goes, 'Dude, I'll give you $10 if you French kiss her," and then turned to Ashton in the clip to confirm what they meant, "What, if you stick your tongue in my mouth?"

The couple – who got married in 2015 – were already under fire this week following recent documents that showed them asking a judge for leniency before their That ‘70s Show co-star Danny Masterson, who played Steven Hyde, was sentenced.

Ashton and Mila, who have two children together, then released a video statement which states they “support victims” following the backlash, and apologised for any hurt they may have caused, while also explaining why they wrote the character letters.

But it seems that this old clip has shocked fans further as Ashton, who played the character Michael Kelso, tried to laugh off the situation in the interview.

He replied to Mila, known for her portrayal of Jackie Burkhart, to say she was, "Making it sound like it was really bad".

The 45-year-old actor then revealed that Mila was correct as he and Danny, "had a little side bet going" on the kiss, and Danny even offered $20 that Ashton "wouldn't do it."

Presenter Rosie tried to make light of the situation with a joke: "And then the cops showed up and you got arrested, pretty much."

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