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Mila Kunis has a friend in Mark Wahlberg.
The 28-year-old actress's muscular "Ted" co-star threatened to "slap" an audience member Sunday night, after the spectator allegedly heckled Kunis while she and Wahlberg presented a trophy at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday.
She and Wahlberg were presenting the Best On-Screen Dirtbag award (which went to Jennifer Aniston for her role in "Horrible Bosses") when a heckler allegedly made a comment about Kunis's figure. (The actress has been rocking some sexy curves on her new film, "Blood Ties.")
"Excuse me, what did he say?" Wahlberg responded.
"Doesn't matter, go ahead," Kunis coolly replied.
But the 40-year-old Wahlberg, who is not known for giving up easily, wasn't ready to back down. He released an expletive and said, "And here I thought I was gonna have to slap Russell [Brand]. Wow."
Though the heckler was reportedly escorted out of the event, Wahlberg later explained to MTV why he didn't respond more forcefully to the "vulgar" comment made to his co-host.
"I did say somebody was going to get slapped, but I figure it's Sunday, I went to church, I'm feeling forgiving right now," he said.
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