Although most people did, Mila Kunis stands by her decision not to stand up and cheer for Will Smith at the Oscars.

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Smith, who is 54 years old, went to the Oscars with the 39-year-old star of "The Luckiest Girl Alive" and her husband, Ashton Kutcher, on March 27.

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Chris Rock made a joke about Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, during the show. Smith got up from his chair and went on stage, where he played "Rock.

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It was a joke about how short Jada’s hair was. She has a condition called alopecia.

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Will said in a statement a few days later that the joke was "too much for him to take" and that he "reacted emotionally" because of it.

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Shortly after that, Smith won the award for Best Actor for his role in King Richard. After he gave a speech that made him cry, people stood up to cheer for him.

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Kunis said that she was "shocked" by how many people in the crowd stood up for him after what happened. She said this in a new C Magazine cover story.

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When you have people to lead, it makes sense to show them how to do things.

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We live with a small group of people, and a mother of two said she would never tell them to do something she wouldn’t do herself.

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Smith has since apologised to Rock and quit the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, so he can’t attend its events for the next ten years.

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