Cpl. Kelsey De Santis Timberlake
July 14, 2011 by Post Team
Cpl. Kelsey De Santis Timberlake, Hollywood It Girl Mila Kunis may not be the only megastar RSVPing the upcoming Marine Corps Ball. Mila “friends with benefits” co-star Justin Timberlake has received an invitation from his own party to a luxury, courtesy of another Marine.
Marine Cpl. Kelsey De Santis, thinking that children should not have all the fun, asked JT, also on YouTube to get to dance as her date, Salon.com reports. De Santis, the only woman in the Martial Arts Center of Excellence (MACE) in Quantico, even has a Facebook page dedicated to the cause. She appeared on CNN’s “The Situation Room” the other night to make her case of “SexyBack” singer to join her.
De Santis said: “You want to call my daughter Mila, well, I’ll call and ask you to come to the ball of the Marines with me on November 12 in Washington, DC And if you can not go all I have to say is “Cry Me a River.”
Timberlake has not responded yet, but if I remember correctly, the child was very hot Kunis accept Sgt. Cyber ??Scott Moore invited!
Moore, who recruited the “Ted” and “Black Swan” Kunis star to be his date for the celebration of autumn in Maryland, always thought their chances with Oscar nominee were pretty good.
“I always thought had a chance,” said Moore, who is currently stationed in Afghanistan. “It was a sort of bet between me and Marines in my platoon,” the official said in an interview published by the Marine Corps, the other day.
“I told everyone I was going to do it, but I do not think it would go ahead with it. One day we had a couple of minutes, and another Marine took me two shots and shot.”
Maybe a double date?
Indeed, he implied “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush yesterday Kunis may have to blow the invitation of Moore and has two movies to film in November. Is it really? Talk about a public relations mistake!
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