Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar are locking lips again – well, at any rate, they’re trying to. The two actors and long-lasting BFFs regard the Legendary Lip Lock award at the 2020 TV Awards and MTV Movie: Greatest of All Time on December 6 (Sunday night).
Selma and Sarah won the Best Kiss award at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards for their notable kiss in the 1999 film Cruel Intentions. The couple was introduced remotely with the Legendary Lip Lock Award, as Sabrina Carpenter presented them from the stage of an award show.
Gellar and Blair broadcasted their acknowledgement speech from a backyard, as they sat on inverse sides of a patio table. As COVID-19 cases are flooding all through the US, MTV played it safe by doing honorary red carpet and recording the real event early, which is a very different approach than a few of the award shows that have happened the previous few weeks.
During the GOAT special, Selma and Sarah Michelle Gellar chatted about that kiss from over 20 years prior and why it’s still quite a defining moment in film history.
“I think the explanation the kiss has reverberated with people for such a long time isn’t only for the underlying stun esteem. But since it was a catalyst for numerous such youngsters to assist them with understanding certain parts of their sexuality and help make people comfortable to be who they truly are,” Selma said as she and Sarah sit outside at a porch table together.
Sarah reacted, “It likewise spoke to a change in outlook to another dynamic towards acceptance in pop society. Likewise, it was too hot.” “So as a special thanks,” Selma said. “We’d prefer to recreate it.”
She and Sarah at that point inclined in for a kiss, yet just before locking lips, they were halted by a bit of Plexiglas between them – keeping them isolated during the ongoing health pandemic! “Remain safe, MTV,” Sarah said. “Also, 2020: end soon.”