World Kiss Day–2011’s Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

July 6th brings us World Kiss Day. In light of this “holiday” (one I had no clue existed until today), CDL thought it would be best to celebrate the day by giving a you a replay of some of 2011’s most talked (or not talked) about smooches. Whether awkward, steamy, romantic, or ahh-icky-get-those-lips-away-from-me, it’s a well known fact that celebs know how to work their lips — both for Good and creepy Evilness.

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

 Charlie Sheen and Natalie Henly

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

Paris Hilton unleashes her tongue on some unfortunate, unlucky LUCKY soul

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

All I can say is . . .

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

The Hef. ‘Nuff said.

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

The Biebz and his girl Selena Gomez. Aww. . . ain’t they darlin’?

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

R Pattz throws a surprise kiss Lautner’s way at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards. And who ever said vamps and werewolves can’t get along?

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries smoochin’ on the beach

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

And the award for most unfortunate looking kiss goes to. . .

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

Blake Shelton gives Miranda Lambert a gentle kiss on the forehead.

World Kiss Day--2011's Best Celeb Smooches (Photos)

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen engage in a borderline awkward kiss

So there ya’ have it! Some celeb kisses to kick off World Kiss Day! Out of the pictures above, which one do you think is A) the most awkward, B) the hottest, and C) the grossest? Leave your answers in the comment section below, and don’t forget to go out and find someone to kiss (preferably someone you know relatively well).

Image Credit to: Splash News Online, Robot Celeb, C.Smith/WENN.com



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