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Ashton Kutcher performs dance at wedding

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Ashton Kutcher performed a Bollywood-style dance at a friend's wedding on Saturday (07.05.14).

The 'Two and a Half Men' star, who jetted from Los Angeles to Italy with his pregnant fiancée, Mila Kunis, to attend the nuptials, took to the dance floor with a female friend to entertain guests at the reception.

The 36-year-old star donned traditional Indian attire, including a red turban, white trousers and turquoise salwar kameez top, for the performance, during which he twirled his companion around and even lifted her off the floor with a huge smile on his face, according to the MailOnline.

'Black Swan' star Mila, 30, was also spotted wearing an embellished white dress, as she posed with friends at the event.

The couple are clearly eager to make the most of their last few months before becoming parents, as the trip is just the latest in a string of vacations that actress, who is reportedly set to give birth to a baby girl in October, has taken with her former 'That 70s Show' co-star recently.

The couple - who recently purchased a new $10 million home in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles - also spent a week soaking up the sun at the exclusive La Taha'a Island Resort & Spa on the island of Tahaa, near Bora Bora, in French Polynesia at the end of May.

A source previously revealed the duo's baby would be the guest of honor at their own wedding, as they have decided to wait until after the tot is born to get married.

The insider said: "They have a lot going on right now. They've been focused on prepping for the baby and the new house.

"But they are really happy and in love. They can't wait for their baby to arrive."

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