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Brittany Murphy was set for Ashton Kutcher TV show

Hollywoodnews.com: The late Brittany Murphy was scheduled to appear in ex-beau Ashton Kutcher’s new TV production.

Kutcher revealed the details to on ABC’s Nightline, how he got to see Murphy two months before she died last December at the age of 32.

Kutcher and Murphy were linked during the 2002 shoot of their film “Just Married,” prior to Kutcher’s relationship with actress Demi Moore.

Ashton told US show Nightline: “I just celebrate who she was. She was the person who walked in the room and she was always the first person to dance.

“You know when you go to a party and everybody is standing around and the music is going and you know sooner or later everyone is going to dance. She was always the first person to dance.”

UK’s the Sun covered the story.

Kutcher will be starring in the Robert Luketic action comedy “The Killers” due out on June 4.

Murphy will be seen in one of her final films this summer, the Sylvester Stallone film “The Expendables.”

Prior to her death, Murphy’s career was heading into a slump. At one point Disney, looking to turn the “Peter Pan” fairy Tinker Bell into a franchise, unveiled that Murphy would vice the famed cartoon character. Studio wound up unhappy with the film and turned it into a direct to DVD release with the Mae Whitman (“Arrested Development”) voicing Tinker Bell.

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