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I, who knew the man, read murder in his clenched hands, and murder in his locked lips, but a hundred murders in those hard blue eyes.
The 21-year-old starlet locked lips with her beau as they walked the red carpet together for the first time since they started dating in April.
MORE than half of Brits (55 per cent) say their partner isn't the best kisser they've locked lips with.
William Shatner wore the maroon Grecian toga when he locked lips with Lieutenant Uhura actress Nichelle Nichols in 1968.
Other observers noted that if the shoe had been on the other foot - if, say, a middle-aged male judge locked lips with a teenage girl contestant - 'it's not far-fetched to say that he would be out of a job.'
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The 69-year-old star, who locked lips with Leonardo di Caprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, confessed she got to smooch yet another young star while shooting the film adaptation of the classic comedy.
Washington, May 28 ( ANI ): Amanda Seyfried can't really recall the time when she locked lips with Channing Tatum during 'Dear John' in 2010, but she is "pretty sure" that he is a good kisser.
Thai couples locked lips on Tuesday to break the Guinness World Record for the longest continuous kiss ahead of Valentine's Day.
For the first time ever, King Khan has locked lips with his stunning co- star Katrina Kaif, not once but a number of times in Jab Tak Hai Jaan .
They famously locked lips at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, and Britney also performed 'Human Nature' with Madonna as part of her 'Sticky and Sweet' world tour last month.
He's also swapped spit with Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis (in their "Warped" video) and locked lips frequently with Perry Farrell during Jane's heyday.
Things really heat up when Jess and her best but both crush on their coach, and Jess is accused of kissing lots of people she's never locked lips with.
With Naval security agents on their heels, The New York Times investigative journalists Sherry Sontag and Christopher Drew have made a successful end run around stacks of secrecy oaths and the locked lips of the Silent Service to make public some of the most astounding military operations of the Cold War.