Actress MILA KUNIS has grown tired of her hectic life in California and dreams of moving to "the middle of nowhere" in a "quiet" state like Montana or Oregon.
The Black Swan star grew up in Los Angeles after her family emigrated from the Ukraine when she was a child, but Kunis admits the celebrity lifestyle is taking its toll and she fantasises about leaving her adopted home.
She says, "I'm not here (in Los Angeles) for work. My family is here. If I could move them all, I would... (I'd like to) go somewhere in the middle of nowhere. Maybe Montana... Maybe Oregon... It sounds quiet and wonderful (in Oregon)."
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