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WATCH: Natalie Dormer Accidentally Pulls 'Vic Sotto Surprise Kiss' Move On Jennifer Lawrence

by Gelo Gonzales | Nov 9, 2015
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There are three things you need to know about the video below: 

1) The reason we watch Hunger Games is in it: Jennifer Lawrence. 

2) The reason we watch Game Of Thrones, aside from Emilia Clarke, is in it: Natalie Dormer.

3) The two sexy A-listers lock lips in a sequence that has been mastered by one local man-idol: Vic Sotto

Jennifer attempted to give Natalie a surprise kiss on the cheek when the latter suddenly turned her head, resulting in the best accidental lip-lock of the year.


Filing this under "Unintentionally Sexy Moments In Entertainment History" right along that video where Heart Evangelista takes her makeup off.

In trademark J-Law fashion, the actress makes light of the moment, saying "Oh, my God, I'm sorry! We just kissed on camera, and I liked it." 

Jennifer and Natalie were at the red carpet premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 held at ODEON Cinemas in Leicester Square in London last November 6, 2015 (U.K. time). Both actresses are part of the film. Jennifer, as you would know, plays lead heroine Katniss Everdeen. Natalie, on the other hand, plays the role of Cressida, a director for the games who eventually joined the Everdeen-led rebellion.

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At the London premiere, you can say that the two formally sealed the alliance... alliance that results in a victory for all of us, men. 

Here's a side-theory: Natalie looks like she tried to chase after J-Law's lips after the initial liplock, as if to make sure that the kiss really happens. Is there a chance that this was planned all along by Jen and Natalie?

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J-Law is a master at creating attention on the red carpet (and not just with her good looks), so we wouldn't be surprised if this is a plan that the two hatched to create extra noise for the film. Either way, we aren't complaining!

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 opens in cinemas on November 18, 2015.

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