Bryan Cranston, Jessica Biel, and James Corden demonstrated first kisses on "The Late Late Show," and things got steamy
Everyone loves a good “how I met my significant other” story — and based on the guests on The Late Late Show last night, the topic was perfect. James Corden had Bryan Cranston discuss his first kiss with his wife, and Cranston chatted about when the kisses switched from “just friends” to something else.
Cranston and his wife, Robin Dearden, are about to celebrate 28 years of marriage. And obviously, that love is pretty legit. So, we’ll trust any dating or love advice that Cranston throws our way!
It’s when Cranston demonstrated the kiss that things got a bit steamy. Perhaps Cranston got his cue from Andrew Garfield?
But, Cranston is right — there’s a definite difference in time between his two examples.
Jessica Biel was also on the show last night, and she made sure to comment on the energy that was passed back and forth on stage after the passionate kiss occurred.
She also gave some insight on her relationship with pop star husband Justin Timberlake. It turns out that it took them awhile to kiss for the first time, since he was on tour when they started dating.
But luckily, the initial lack of physical affection didn’t stop them from falling in love.
Who knows? Maybe Biel surprised Timberlake with a gigantic kiss after filming the show, having been inspired by Cranston. It was such a good kiss, that we wouldn’t be surprised!