Ashton Kutcher was the subject of critics’ verbal attacks during his appearance at a College Football Game in Iowa. The star's talking session was drowned out by the crowd, chanting, "Take a shower!"
The internet never forgets! And no star will relate to this more at the moment other than Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher. The movie star was at the receiving end of public booing in his recent public appearance.
Kutcher was a guest during ESPN's College GameDay, where he joined the broadcast team. The "Two and A Half Men" star supported his hometown, the University of Iowa, against the in-state rival Iowa State.
CRITICS CLAMPED DOWN ON KUTCHER
In a clip shared on Twitter, the 43-year-old actor could be seen sitting with fellow ESPN hosts and giving their takes on the football game. The platform was elevated so that the group had their backs to a sea of spectators.
However, the flip side to this arrangement occurred when it was Kutcher's turn to speak. Most of the critics' backlash was directed at his choice of supporting the Hawkeyes, but they capitalized on his recent interview.
The video showed how Kutcher's voice was overpowered by those of the spectators, making him slightly inaudible. The crowd clapped their hands and chanted, "Take a shower!" However, Kutcher remained composed and showed no signs of discomfort.
[Dax] Shepherd and his wife Kristen Bell also noted that they sometimes lose track of their kids' bath time.
KUTCHER AND HIS WIFE ON TAKING SHOWERS
The booing that Kutcher faced stemmed from how he and his wife, Mila Kunis, opened up on their family habits. During an interview on Dax Shepherd's "Armchair Expert" podcast, the couple shared that they do not take regular baths.
During the podcast session, the pair relayed that their daily rituals did not include bathing, making sure the body oils do not get tampered with by too much bathing.
The actress added that the same routine applied to their kids. She made it known her children only bathe when the dirt on them becomes visible. She and Kutcher stated that they wash their faces and vital areas alone, most of the time.
This resulted in an uproar on social media, and the couple took it in good faith. Kunis and Kutcher even poked fun at each other on social media about bathing their kids.
OTHER CELEBRITIES' HABITS AND ROUTINES
The "Bad Moms" actress further explained that she was not the type of mom who bathed her newborns. The "That 70's Show" alums' revelation resulted in a social media discussion where stars shared their routines.
Shepherd and his wife Kristen Bell also noted that they sometimes lose track of their kids' bath time. The couple joked that they had gone "five or six days" without keeping track of it.
Jake Gyllenhaal has stated that he believes the benefits of not bathing every day helped skin maintenance. Lizzo, who once shared her daily habits, noted that she smelled better since she stopped using deodorants.