Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey worst kiss:

Who is known to be the worst kisser among Hollywood stars? Two films starring Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey were “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” from 2003 and “Fool’s Gold” from 2008. Hudson has claimed that her kisses with McConaughey weren’t particularly enjoyable, but it appears that the circumstances of their employment were more to blame than he was.

In a 2020 interview with Gwyneth Paltrow, Hudson said, “The issue is, every time I kiss McConaughey, it’s like there’s just something happening and there’s like snot or wind. Like we were in the water and a plane had crashed when we were holding hands at Fool’s Gold’s finale. All that was on his face was snot.

Later, McConaughey defended himself, telling Yahoo! that the sequence Hudson was alluding to involves submerging in the ocean, emerging gasping for air, and then kissing. They’ve only ever had a few “awkward” on-screen kisses, he continued, never a comfortable, regular one where “the temperature’s right, nobody’s interrupting, the ocean’s not wiping us away, nobody’s dropping stuff on us above our heads.”

Kate Hudson worst kisser:

Who is known to be the worst kisser among Hollywood stars? Hudson herself hasn’t been immune to criticism. She was her co-star’s worst on-screen kiss in the 2008 film My Best Friend’s Girl, according to Dane Cook. Cook refused to plead the fifth on a 2014 episode of Watch What Happens Live’s “Plead the Fifth” game when asked about a poor movie kiss.

“The man said, “I think Hudson deliberately ate a feast of onions before our scene. On that one, I had to burn her.”

Kirsten Dunst famous kiss

The worst kisser among Hollywood stars? In a scene from the 1994 movie Interview with the Vampire, Kirsten Dunst, who was 11 at the time, had to give her co-star, Brad Pitt, 30, a quick kiss on the lips. Women all around the world were envious. But Dunst claimed in an interview from back then that Brad’s lips were “really dry” and that Pitt’s jealousy was “gross” because she thought of him as a big brother.

When a film of Dunst’s first response to kissing Brad was played during a red carpet interview last year, the now-38-year-old actress stated her sentiments about the incident haven’t changed.

Harrison Ford:

Helen Mirren revealed him: “She thought he was the finest, sweetest guy you could hope to meet. He finds it impossible to kiss on camera; hence, he is unable to do so. She continued, ‘He’s probably not that good off screen either. Not just me; other actors also concur. We always reach the same conclusion when we talk after engaging in off-screen conversation.

Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence 

Silver Linings Playbook (2012), American Hustle (2013), Serena (2014), and Joy (2015) are the four films in which Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence have co-starred. In two of them, they also played a couple.

Cooper revealed that Lawrence had a harsh critique of his kissing when he made an appearance on The Graham Norton Show in 2013. According to him (via the Daily Mail), “After the second take, she said, “You’re a wet kisser,”” referring to their time spent making Silver Linings Playbook. I am sure you aren’t interested in hearing that. It wasn’t a compliment, though.

Orlando Bloom on Zoe Saldana

When asked if he agreed with his co-star’s description of their kiss in the 2004 thriller Haven as “gross,” Orlando Bloom expressed his full support.

“I also detested kissing Zoe! Please remove your tongue from my mouth, I said. According to People, he said,  Your sweetheart is standing there. Most people assume that kissing attractive coworkers must be wonderful. But wow, it’s always awkward.

Alec Baldwin on Jennifer Aniston

Following Jennifer Aniston’s many appearances on 30 Rock as someone who was excessively fixated on Baldwin’s character, Jack Donaghy, the two well-known actors exchanged passionate kisses.

The kissing sequences between Baldwin and the Friends alum were not enjoyable, as Baldwin admitted to New York Magazine. “It hurt a lot. Every male who has had to make out with her on television and in motion pictures. I mean, I don’t know how they do it.