George Clooney Remembers Awkward Moment Kissing Julia Roberts In Front of wife Amal

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George Clooney and Julia Roberts, longtime friends, have finally opened out about the awkwardst moment they had while filming their new romantic comedy, Ticket to Paradise.

While filming the movie in Australia last year, the actors spent a lot of time together, and Clooney’s wife, Amal Clooney, and his five-year-old children, Ella and Alexander, were there to support him.

Clooney and Roberts remembered the day they had to kiss in front of the cameras as Amal Clooney looked on in a TODAY show interview that aired this morning.

Hoda Kotb, a co-anchor on TODAY, questioned the actors about how awkward it was to kiss “your dear, dear friend.”

“It is when my wife and kids come by to visit,” Clooney said with a smile.

“I mean it was the first day they came to visit,” Roberts added, noting that Clooney’s kids were led off the set when it was time for them to kiss. She joked, “It’s like, ‘Papa, oh, Auntie Juju.’ It’s like—’Get ’em out, get ’em out!'”

“It’s really bad,” Clooney said. “‘What are you doing, Papa? What is that?'”

George Clooney and Amal at 2017 Venice Film Festival

Adding that the kiss with Clooney was “kind of ridiculous,” Roberts, who has been married for 20 years to filmmaker Danny Moder and has three children with him, said. She added, “It is like kissing your best friend.”


“Well, thanks for that,” Clooney joked. “You know I was a two-time ‘Sexiest Man Alive?'”

On October 21, Ticket to Paradise will make its television debut. It centers on a divorced couple who go to Bali to try to thwart their daughter’s wedding. Along the way, Roberts and Clooney have acted in several movies together, including the blockbuster Ocean’s Eleven from 2001. They have also remained close friends.

They will probably appear in many more films together because Roberts claims that Clooney has her “in his contract.” He can’t live without me on screen, she jokingly said.

Roberts praised Clooney for sparing her from “complete loneliness and despair” while she was away from her husband and children in Australia in an interview with The New York Times earlier this year. “We were in a bubble, and it’s the longest I’ve ever been away from my family. I don’t think I’ve spent that much time by myself since I was 25,” she said.

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