“On ‘SYTYCD,’ you’re trying to make sure you look good,” Carson says.“But on ‘DWTS,’ your job is to make a celebrity look good, even if he’s never danced before.in May 2016, he was keeping a secret: Mila Kunis was pregnant with their second child.At the time, he did his best to keep quiet as he and Dax Shepard joined Kunis and Kristen Bell for a game of "Never Have I Ever." As Ashton said on Monday's show, Mila feared she might blurt out the news on TV."I was afraid I was going to come out here and spill the beans—because I have a tendency to do that. "We're on our way to date night, and Mila turns to me and she goes, 'So, I think Donald Trump is going to become the President, and I think our baby's name is Dimitri.' I was like, 'Donald Trump's not going to win the...'" he said. He's afraid she's going to kill him," the father of two said in jest.It got disconcerting."The couple welcomed their son, Dimitri Portwood Kutcher, on Nov. "And then I forgot about the name thing because I was like, 'Why do you think Donald Trump is going to win? It's not even a joke."Mila suggested the name—and predicted Donald's win—"probably two months out." actor said, "I got home from work, and for some reason the name just stuck in my head. "I went through a phase where I had to keep Wyatt alive, and then I went through a phase where I had to keep her from killing herself, and now I'm going through a phase where I have to keep her from killing the other baby.""She loves this baby—maybe more than me," Ashton added.
By the following morning, the clip had gone viral—thanks to both Ribeiro’s charisma and Carson’s spot-on choreography.
In part, it’s because being on “SYTYCD” prepares dancers for other television gigs.
“By the time I finished ‘SYT,’ I was in the mindset of working hard and learning things fast, picking up new dances each week,” says Arnold, who partnered with boxer Victor Ortiz in “DWTS” Season 16 and has performed in the “DWTS” troupe.
“ ‘SYTYCD’ also prepared me for things like TV interviews.
I learned a lot of skills that translated.” Still, the two shows offer different experiences.