2 Jul 2012 02:48 PM EST
-by Molly C. Braswell, Staff Writer; Image: The latest picture of Kutcher and Kunis (Image Source: Pop Sugar)
Can we get a “yes” or “no” please? That 70’s Show costars Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been seen about town canoodling, lunching and really just hanging out, but are they a couple?
Reports have been all around the world (well, the U.S. anyway) for the past several months that they are indeed dating.
In April, the two were all deny, deny, deny, with Kunis going so far as to call the rumors “absurd,” but in recent weeks they’ve been all quiet, quiet, quiet.
Kunis, 28, and Kutcher, 36, have been seen shopping for furniture, grabbing a bite a LA restaurants, including Asanebo, flying in his helicopter and doing walks of shame out of each other’s houses.
A source has said during the past few weeks that they are dating, just not exclusively.
“They are hanging out and seeing where it's going,” the source told Us Weekly.
The latest spotting was Saturday night when they were seen leaving swanky LA hot spot SoHo House.
“They were seated on a couch on the same side of the table and Mila was running her hands through Ashton’s hair,” a source told Us Weekly. “She had her elbow resting on his back and couldn’t stop playing with his hair and rubbing his shoulders. He leaned in and whispered to her and kissed her cheek. They were holding hands.”
The two first met on That 70’s Show and played a couple for many years of the eight-season run, and Kunis has even admitted that Kutcher was her first on-screen kiss when she was 15 and he was 21. She even told People in 2001 that she “had the biggest crush on him.”
While Kunis was single when they did or did not begin dating, Kutcher is still in the midst of divorce proceedings from Demi Moore.
So, are they or aren’t they?
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