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Jamie Lee Curtis Doesn't Remember Kissing Michelle Yeoh At SAG Awards—But She's Totally Into It

The 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' star planted a kiss on the lips of co-star Michelle Yeoh after her surprise win as Best Supporting Actress at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Screenshot of Jamie Lee Curtis kissing Michelle Yeoh; screenshot of Jamie Lee Curtis during interview
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We will never have enough Jamie Lee Curtis in our life.

Sunday night's SAG awards were full of memorable moments, from Ke Huy Quan's historic win to Jenna Ortega and Aubrey Plaza realizing they are practically the same person.

But one celebratory moment caught on camera may have outdone them all.

It's no secret that Everything Everywhere All at Once is absolutely killing it this awards season, but what's even better is we get to witness JLC's excitement with each of the film's well-deserved wins.

The SAG awards was no exception, and the night's most amazing moment happened when Curtis heard her name called for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role.

Curtis excitedly stood and immediately embraced co-star Michelle Yeoh. She then proceeded to continue the celebration by kissing Yeoh on the lips.

You can check out the moment below.

What's funny, though, is Curtis didn't even realize she had done it.

In a post-interview with ET, Curtis appeared quite surprised to learn that she did, in fact, plant one on Yeoh.

She questioned:

"I kissed her? Did I really... I kissed her?"

But we think she was okay with it.

"Then... I kissed her! You know what, I know where I am."

While Curtis may not have realized her reaction in the moment, the internet most certainly did... but they're beyond content - well, except for those who wished they were on the receiving end.

Many also noted that - by way of Ariana DeBose's rap lyrics - we all just kissed Michelle Yeoh.

Curtis continued to gush to ET about Yeoh:

"I love Michelle Yeoh. We love each other. We fell in love with each other.

For all concerned, rest assured every thing is fine between the parties involved and their significant others.

"She's married. I met her husband in England, he's lovely."
"I also have a husband."