Halle Berry kisses writer Lena Waithe on 'Jimmy Kimmel'

Halle Berry planted a kiss on Lena Waithe during her Jimmy Kimmel Live! monologue

Halle Berry planted a kiss on Lena Waithe during her Jimmy Kimmel Live! monologue

Lena Waithe was in need of some big motivation as she hosted Jimmy Kimmel Live! - luckily Halle Berry was on hand to deliver just that. Kimmel was away working on the highly anticipated "All in the Family" and "Jefferson" show reboots.

"Baby, what can I do for you?"

Berry said: "I am starting a new movie in a few months so I'm trying out different tattoos to see what will fit best for my character".

The actress, 52, shocked fans in March when she posted a sexy shirtless picture with a large leaf-patterned tattoo running down her spine from the nape to the base.

Waithe, who was guest hosting the show, told fans she needed a little inspiration, so she pressed the "Berry Button" and out came the sexy Oscar victor.

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"I need some inspiration. You are a handsome African American queen going after everything that is hers".

"And I'm discovering how long will they last, how much wear will I get out of one, so I know how much it's all going to cost".

The Monster's Ball actor replied: "Lena, you know I know you, right?" You about to slay this show! "No, I think you need something else", she proclaimed before planting a big kiss on Lena - Watch the segment!

She asked Waithe, "Are you good or do you need something else?"

This kiss won't supplant the famous Madonna-Britney Spears-Christina Aguilera smooches on the MTV Video Awards back in 2003, but it definitely made the audience roar with approval. I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes.

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