Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep shared a win – and a smooch – at the 15th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards in Hollywood Friday.
Bullock, star of the Blind Side, and Streep, star of Julia and Julia, had tied for best actress.
When they got on stage, Bullock jokingly blurted, "This is bulls—" before locking lips with Streep. As the audience cheered, Bullock exclaimed, "This is an honor."
In her acceptance speech, Bullock said she and Streep have a lot in common. She said she loves "food and sex like Meryl. … That's how similar we are. You guys just didn't notice it until now."
Bullock ended her speech by admitting, "Meryl is a good kisser."
After the show, Bullock – clad in Alberta Ferretti – told UsMagazine.com she was "so happy. I got to share the stage with Meryl Streep. I mean, she's just a good woman with a great head about this business and a sense of humor. I just adore her."
Streep also praised Bullock, telling reporters that the actress has "passion, feeling, everything. When she's funny, it's always from a real centered place in her emotional life, and that's as good as it gets."
The two face off again at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards in the best actress (musical/comedy) category. Bullock is up for The Proposal; Streep is nominated for both It's Complicated and Julie and Julia.
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