Gwyneth Paltrow Says Tom Cruise is an ‘Amazing Kisser’

Gwyneth Paltrow has named Tom Cruise as her favorite on-screen kiss.

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Gwyneth Paltrow at CMAs. Photo Credit: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

“I did a little cameo once at the beginning of Austin Powers 3, I think it was, and I got to make out with Tom Cruise. He was an amazing kisser!” Paltrow said on Friday’s Rachael Ray Show.

Paltrow also admitted to some methods she used to get into character for her role in the upcoming film Country Strong.

“You just get really drunk all the time, which is awesome! At least I did anyway, it’s not very professional. There’s a Bloody Mary at 10 a.m. and keep it going all day!” Paltrow confessed.

“It was actually very liberating and amazing to play somebody who just didn’t think about consequences because I’m so responsible with my life, and too worried about everybody and my kids and where’s everybody going,” Paltrow admits.

Paltrow also joked that she’d only perform at the Oscars “maybe with some Xanax!” She then added, “I’ve learned never to say never at this point in my career. If you told me that I would’ve been playing the Country Music Awards, I would have said never.”

Catch Paltrow in Country Strong, opening this weekend (read more).

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    A committed soap opera freak--err, fan, Rolla Bahsous was thrilled to begin her professional writing career writing about everything soaps. But her love for television did not stop at daytime! Rolla is excited to be using her guilty pleasure, following celebrity gossip, at FabulousBuzz.com. Rolla's had a few encounters with her favorite celebs, including a fingertip brush and a "Take care, sweetheart" from Michael Buble, as well as a flying kiss from Nick Carter - in both incidents Rolla forgot how to breathe. Rolla's University of Toronto degree in communications, political science, and theater is evidence of her diverse interests. When she is not writing, Rolla enjoys her obsession with fairies, coffee shops, and working out, (while watching television, of course!).