Ashton Kutcher is best known as a comic actor who starred in "That 70's Show" and later replaced Charlie Sheen in "Two and A Half Men". He also produced and starred in the MTV series "Punk'd", a practical joke show that poked fun at unwary celebrities. His appearance last Sunday on the "Teen Choice Awards" show revealed another, more serious, more reflective side that probably surprised many of his fans. Check out his advice.

I can't say there is much there to argue with, Chris. I guess his role as Steve Jobs in the movie "Jobs" gave him a new and improved perspective.

 

'The Voice' Nominated for Several 2013 Emmy Awards

America's hottest reality singing competition is up against five other shows for the Outstanding Reality - Competition Program Emmy in 2013. It's one of five nods for 'The Voice.' If you believe his Facebook post, Blake Shelton is celebrating in his special way after learning the news. "Now THAT calls for a drink!"