Kate Hudson Jokes Matthew McConaughey Was Her Worst On-Screen Kiss

Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson discuss their worst on-screen kisses from their film careers

Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson discuss their worst on-screen kisses from their film careers

Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey are rom-com goals.

Kate and Matthew stole our hearts in two unbelievable films together, the infamous How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days, which came out in 2003, and Fool's Gold which was released in 2008. So, they're basically the Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks of the 2000s, right?

Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson did not hold back when it came to revealing their worst on-screen kisses.

"Truthfully, you already know, I really feel like I sort of haven't had the most effective kissers", Hudson replied.

"Every time I kiss McNoughe, I mean something like this is happening and something like the wind", Hudson said. "He just had snot all over his face".

Hudson said no, although "it can be a little sibling-y at times."

"We had a kissing scene in the ice room, which then wasn't in the movie", she added.

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Paltrow admitted that her worst was Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr., because of the "brother energy" the two have. "Was Billy [Crudup]", Hudson said of her Almost Famous co-star.

Paltrow remained tight-lipped on the identity of her favourite, but she did say that kissing Robert Downey Jr in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was odd.

The conversation went through floppy kissers to actors who gave away a brotherly feel to actual kissers.

"After I kissed him and I used to be like, 'You've obtained to be kidding me, '" Paltrow shared.

On the other hand, the Goop founder's mother is the two-time Primetime Emmy Award victor Blythe Danner, who starred in films such as "Meet the Fockers" and "I'll See You in My Dreams", while her father is Bruce Paltrow, who was a renowned television and film director and producer. 'Billy was good. That was good'.

Moreover, furing RDJ's 58th birthday, Paltrow shared a heartfelt post over her Instagram as she described him as her "brother, friend, and supporter". "He looked like he would be a good kisser", Paltrow responded. "What do you mean?"

Paltrow concluded with one closing query for her pal: "Is there a well-known individual that you simply've had a factor with that the world doesn't find out about?" If they said no, they're lying, ' Kate added.

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