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Ashton Kutcher Tricked Into Eating Fried Worms by Celebrity Chef

February 21, 2011 (9:52 am) GMT
Kutcher was tricked by Heston Blumenthal, the chef of 'The Graham Norton Show' on Friday night, February 19, to eat fried meal worms that appeared like onions.
Ashton Kutcher

ate fried worms on U.K. TV on Friday night, February 19 - after a celebrity chef tricked him into believing they were onions.

The "" star was appearing on Britain's "The Graham Norton Show" alongside TV cook Heston Blumenthal, who is known for his controversial delicacies. The chef was asked to cook an American dinner for the celebrity guests - and he unveiled a "chicken hot dog", which included tomato sauce inside the meat, complete with edible napkins emblazoned with a picture of the actor's face. But Kutcher was left suspicious when he noticed some curious crispy pieces on top of the sausage.

He asked, "What are these things on top? All of the things on this food looks like the things I fish with... Are we meant to eat the napkin with the dog?".

Blumenthal told the baffled star they were fried onions, but as he chewed on his first mouthful he then revealed they were in fact "fried meal worms". Kutcher then proceeded to try and spit out the food, before admitting, "That is good. Everything's better when it's fried."

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