Allison Janney Makes Out With James Corden On Critics’ Choice Television Awards — WATCH VIDEO HERE!

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Allison Janney James Corden Makeout Critics Choice Video

By Shari Weiss |

Allison Janney James Corden Makeout Critics Choice Video


Allison Janney made out with James Corden before accepting her Critics’ Choice Television Awards trophy on Sunday. Watch the video below!

The surprising moment came during the Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category. Corden was the presenter, and he began by hilariously wiping down the microphone after T.J. Miller accepted the previous award (Supporting Actor in a Comedy) with a mouthful of food. Corden then went on to say how he found out minutes before taking the stage that the Best Talk Show category had been cut from the broadcast. And not only that, the “Late Late Show” had lost to “The Daily Show.”

But his night soon got a lot better. He announced Janney as the winner for Best Supporting Actress, calling the “Mom” star “one of the best actresses I’ve ever met.” Then, as soon as Janney came on stage, she planted a huge kiss right on Corden’s mouth. The crowd roared as the liplock continued, before Corden was hysterically left crouching and hiding his nether regions.

Janney explained afterward, “I didn’t mean anything by that. I just love this man so much. You’re one of my favorite comics on the planet.” After her more serious acceptance speech, Critics’ Choice host Cat Deeley went on to tell the audience, “I’m not sure, but I was right there at the front and I think there was tongue.”

This marked the second year in a row Janney made a memorable Critics’ Choice appearance. As Gossip Cop reported, Janney won this same category last year, along with Best Guest Performer in a Drama for her role on “Masters of Sex.” Upon taking the stage, the star announced, “I just came.” She then later quipped, “Well, this is the climax of my career.” Oh, that Janney! Check out video of her makeout with Corden below!


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