Ashton Kutcher said in an interview this weekend that he plans on winning a high school wager for $1,000 that he would go on a date with Jennifer Aniston.
The "No Strings Attached" star did an interview with UK chat show "The Graham Norton Show," which aired on BBC America on Saturday night and said that he made the bet with a friend when he was 17-years-old.
The 33-year-old actor insists that he got close to his goal after meeting Jennifer Aniston when she was still married to Brad Pitt.
"I actually met her and I asked Brad Pitt's permission to ask his wife out on a date," Ashton told Graham Norton, as reported by the New York Post. "He was so cool and said 'You go for it' so I asked her and she turned me down."
Kutcher, who has been married to Demi Moore since 2005, still wants to win the bet but said that he would need his wife's permission.
"Now we're friends so it might still happen, but now I have to ask Demi's permission and I just don't know how to broach that with the wife," Kutcher said. "But I do want to win the bet."
In a recent interview, Kutcher said that Moore moved in to his bachelor pad less than two weeks after they started dating.
"I didn't just move her in, she moved in with my three now stepdaughters," Ashton told the entertaintment website ShowbizSpy. "She was moving to Los Angeles and she was going to rent a house so I was like, 'Why would you rent a house? Just come stay with me.' And then I didn't really think about the fact, I mean my buddy and I had been living in this house for a while and he really refused to leave."
Kutcher admits in the interview that his stubborn roommate was useful for intercepting female admirers who showed up at their house not knowing that the actor was in a relationship.
Kutcher will star in the upcoming movie "New Year's Eve," which will follow the lives of several couples and singles in New York, whose stories intertwine on New Year's Eve. The movie also stars Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Lea Michele and Jessica Biel, among others. It's set for release on December 9, 2011.