Fifi Box has labelled Ashton Kutcher the 'worst celebrity' she's ever met

The radio star opened up about a "horrible" interview she did with the Hollywood star in 2016.

Australian radio host Fifi Box has opened up about a "horrible" interview with Ashton Kutcher, after the Hollywood star has found himself in controversy after writing a character reference for convicted rapist Danny Masterson.

Ashton and his wife Mila Kunis co-starred on That '70s Show with Danny Masterson, who was recently sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for raping two women in 2003.

It was revealed last Friday that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis wrote character references for Danny Masterson. Photo:
It was revealed last Friday that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis wrote character references for Danny Masterson. Photo:

The celebrity couple apologised for the 'pain' their letters caused after the letters were made public last Friday.

In a video on Instagram, Ashton and Mila said the letters that asked for leniency were 'intended for the judge to read and not to undermine the testimony of the victims'.

When talking about That '70s Show and Danny Masterson's sentencing on the radio show Fifi, Fev & Nick for breakfast, Aussie radio host and television presenter Fifi Box revealed that Ashton Kutcher was one of her "worst" celebrity encounters.

'It was horrible' — Fifi Box on interviewing Ashton Kutcher

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Fifi Box spilled on her worst celebrity interview. Photo:

"Sharon Osborne has come out and said Ashton Kutcher is one of the least likeable celebrities she's ever met," Fifi detailed to her co-hosts.

"Now what's interesting about that is — and I have to say, everybody has bad days so when you get asked about the rudest celebrity you've got to acknowledge that somebody might have a bad day — but when I saw Ashton was in hot water, I didn't feel that much sympathy for him because I labelled him my worst celebrity I've ever met," Fifi said.

"This is the thing about Ashton Kutcher and with some of these Hollywood stars, it's deceptive," Fifi said.

She then went on to explain when you do an interview with a Hollywood actor and they're teamed with a director or someone else to do the interview with them, it's a good indication they're not that thrilled to be talking.


Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Hiegl
Aussie radio star Fifi Box interviewed Ashton Kutcher for his 2016 movie Killers and said it was a "horrible" experience. Photo: Lionsgate

Fifi explained she tries to be courteous in those situations so she asked the director a question, then asked Ashton one so it "looks fair". "When we edit it, we can edit the director out because no one really cares," she said.

But upon asking Ashton a question, he refused to look at her and dodged the question.

"He didn't even look me in the eye and he said, 'You'll have to ask Michael that, he's sitting next to me'," Fifi recalled.

"He cut me off, blocked me, deferred to the director the whole interview, it was horrible," she said. "It was an awful experience."

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