Mila Kunis remembers filming the 'That '70s Show' finale: 'I couldn't stop crying,' she said.

It’s been years since “That ‘70s Show” ended but actress Mila Kunis remembers the final filming of the show like it was just yesterday.

She Literally Grew up On the Show. Kunis Was the Youngest Cast Member. when She Got the Role of Burkhart and Filmed the Pilot, She Was 14 Years Old.

According to Koimoi, her young age overrode a policy that stated actors who auditioned for roles had to be at least 18 years old

I told them I was a little bit older…I told them I was gonna be 18, which is not technically a lie, cause at one point…I was gonna be 18,” Kunis said at the time.

That’s how it all started for Kunis who played her character from the show’s humble beginnings in 1998 to the show’s ending in 2006.

According to Yahoo, while appearing on “The Ellen Show” recently, which is airing its final episode on Thursday, host Ellen DeGeneres asked Kunis to think back to when “That 70′s Show” ended to where Kunis explained exactly how she felt.

Mila Kunis remembers filming the 'That '70s Show' finale: 'I couldn't stop crying,' she said.