Mila Kunis is all about hate-watching The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and True Tori.

The Jupiter Ascending actress spilled that she hates—but also not-so-secretly loves—watching reality shows while she's walking on the treadmill at home.

Kunis credited her long walks (she makes sure she gets in 10,000 steps!) for helping her get into shape after giving birth to her first child with Ashton Kutcher, a baby girl named Wyatt Isabelle.

During her on TBS' Conan, Kunis joked that the shows "keep me going" and that Kutcher pokes fun at her for watching.

"These women are horrible," she said of the Bravo hit franchise, adding that she gets "sucked into it."

"Cat fights happen, weaves are being chucked, the women look like they just got beat by a drag queen and they have so much makeup on. It's amazing. It is one of the greatest things on television."

Kunis then shared how she tried to give the Tori Spelling reality series a chance during her workouts, but had to give up her guilty pleasure because it made her "so uncomfortable."

"It was horrible. She had children on the show and poor thing, I just wanted to be like, 'You need help.' I actually stopped watching the show because it got too real."

And speaking about television in the Kutcher household, the proud mama revealed that her fiancé has been doing his best to make baby Wyatt a football fan "by forcing her to watch football every Sunday, Monday night and Thursday night."

She added, "This child has worn a Chicago bears onesie every Sunday of her life, every Monday night of her life and every Thursday night of her life—and never twice. They are different onesies. There are tutus, one's like a cheerleader, one's a jersey, one has her name, one doesn't have her name. They are everything."

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