Today's Joy Is Brought To You By Kate Winslet Kissing Allison Janney

Having a laugh The movie star pulled her locks back into a ponytail adding shimmery eye makeup and pink lipstick

Having a laugh The movie star pulled her locks back into a ponytail adding shimmery eye makeup and pink lipstick

Kate Winslet sealed her win at last night's Hollywood Film Awards with a passionate kiss with fellow actress, Allison Janney.

Watch the amusing interaction below!

The Academy Award victor continued, "I want to stroke you, or something. Allison, I know I don't really know you, I just want to be you". "I mean, we could always kiss, maybe?" she said candidly.

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Janney, ever the professional and woman who knows her cues, then headed to the stage without missing a beat, throwing Winslet who then said: " Ah, it's gonna happen!

Within in moments, Janney jumped to her feet was on the stage for an impromptu smooch with Winslet.

We are, too. And we can't blame Winslet for seizing the moment. "Now I'm a little bit breathless". Shailene Woodley presented Kate with the award. Taking place at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the ceremony benefitted the Motion Picture & Television Fund - a charitable organization dedicated to providing various resources amongst the entertainment community - and was hosted by James Corden for the third year in a row.

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The glamorous event, which saw the likes of Amy Adams, Viola Davis, Harrison Ford and Carey Mulligan also in attendance, is considered a forecaster to the Oscars, which take place early next year.

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