Sally Field Reveals Her Worst On-Screen Kiss — And It’s A Shocker

Sally Field dropped a bombshell about one in all her most well-known co-stars (and exes) forward of her return to the large display this week.

Showing on “Watch What Happens Live” Thursday, Field didn’t maintain again when she was requested about her worst on-screen kiss.

“This is gonna be a shocker. Hold on, folks,” she mentioned. “Burt Reynolds.”

Field’s remarks drew audible gasps from the viewers, and for a superb cause. She and Reynolds dated for about 5 years after assembly on the set of 1977’s “Smokey and the Bandit.” They reprised their roles in that movie’s 1980 sequel and co-starred in two different films, “The End” and “Hooper.”

When host Andy Cohen identified that Field and Reynolds had an off-screen relationship, the two-time Oscar winner admitted she had “tried to look the other way” at first. Over time, she begrudgingly accepted her former boyfriend’s lack of smooching abilities.

“It just was not something he did really well,” she recalled.

True to type, Cohen continued to push for particulars. Ultimately, Field divulged: “There was just a lot of drooling.”

Watch Sally Field’s look on “Watch What Happens Live” under.

Reynolds described Field because the “love of my life” to Self-importance Truthful in 2015, noting that he continued to “miss her terribly.” The actor died in 2018 at age 82.

Field, nevertheless, mirrored on their relationship in a less-than-glowing manner in an interview with Selection in April of this 12 months.

“He was not someone I could be around,” she mentioned. “He was just not good for me in any way. And he had somehow invented in his rethinking of everything that I was more important to him than he had thought, but I wasn’t. He just wanted to have the thing he didn’t have. I just didn’t want to deal with that.”

Field can presently be seen within the romantic drama “Spoiler Alert,” which opens in choose theaters Friday. The variation of Michael Ausiello’s 2017 memoir follows a New York journalist (performed by Jim Parsons) who should brace for the dying of his husband (Ben Aldridge) following a terminal most cancers analysis.

Burt Reynolds (left) and Sally Field in 1980.

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