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A US Marine serving in Afghanistan has successfully obtained a date with Hollywood star Mila Kunis by asking her out in a YouTube video.

Sergeant Scott Moore can be seen below making his digital move on the actress, famous as the voice of Meg Griffin in Family Guy and as Mona Sax in gamebased offering Max Payne. Kunis was also lauded for her work in Black Swan, a film about psychotic ballet dancers.

The BBC reports that on seeing the YouTube-sensation invitation from Sergeant Moore to attend the Marine Corps Ball in North Carolina this November, Kunis was urged to accept by Justin Timberlake, who was being interviewed with her at the time.

"You need to do it for your country," Timberlake reportedly said.

Apparently the date is now a done deal. Provided that Sergeant Moore can manage to survive his current Afghan tour with the 3rd battalion, 2nd Marines, he can look forward to attending the ball with some celebrity candy on his arm. ®

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