Scarlett Johansson smooches with Sandra Bullock


Best kiss may have been awarded to Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night but it was Scarlett Johansson and Sandra Bullock that stole the show.

Bullock and Johanasson locked lips on stage and in front of millions of television viewers after Bullock accepted the Generation award, MTV's version of a Lifetime Achievement honor.

Bullock raunched up her appearance to draw attention away from the gruesome separation she is currently undergoing from her cheating husband Jessie James.

"Now that we have done that," said a smiling Bullock, "can we please go back to normal because therapy is really expensive."

Bullock received a well deserved standing ovation after being presented with her award by actors Bradley Cooper, Betty White and Johansson.

"The Blind Side" actress, who won an Oscar earlier this year for her role in the movie, accepted the award graciously and said "I love what I do. And I'm not going anywhere,"

During her speech she turned around and locked lips with Johansson (who was there representing her husband Ryan Reynolds).

While not addressing estranged husband Jesse James by name, she "set the record straight" on rumors about her and asked the audience to focus instead on the oil-plagued Gulf.

Bullock pulled out all the stops and looked absolutely stunning in a black mini-dress full of glitzy sequences.

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