You Won’t Believe Who Gave Sally Field Her Worst On-Screen Kiss!

I’ve always been a fan of Sally Field. She’s a legend and a truly gifted actress. At 76 years old, she has shared many on-screen romances in her long career.

Naturally, she has had her fair share of on-screen kisses too. Recently, she revealed which one was the worst, although she was hesitant to say who the co-star was at first.

Sally Field is considered one of the most versatile and talented actresses of her generation. She has had a fantastic career in Hollywood, charming us with iconic roles in numerous films and TV shows.

For example, I’ll never forget her amazing performance in “Steel Magnolias” and that emotional funeral scene. Sally did an excellent job portraying a woman torn by love, discouragement, anger, and loss.

She’s also famous for her roles in movies and series like “Gidget,” “The Flying Nun,” “Smokey and the Bandit,” “Forrest Gump,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” and “Erin Brockovich.”

Sally Field was born into a working-class showbiz family in Pasadena, California.

But her childhood wasn’t easy. In her memoirs, Sally wrote that her stepfather did some very bad things to her, and she had a secret abortion when she was 17.

Despite these hardships, she grew up to be a beautiful and humble person.

Today, Sally continues to work regularly. She played Janice in the 2020 TV series “Dispatches From Elsewhere.” In 2022, she stars as Jessie Buss in “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty,” a popular TV series about the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers.

Given how active she is, it’s not surprising that Sally still appears in interviews from time to time.

On the Thursday, Dec. 1 episode of “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” beloved star Sally Field revealed her worst on-screen kiss to the public after a fan asked her a probing question.

Field, 76, looked around and laughed, saying, “Oh boy. Should I really name names here?”

“I think you should,” replied Cohen, 54.

Field caved and said, “Okay. This is going to be a shocker. Hold on, folks.”

The Oscar-winning actress named her former boyfriend, star Burt Reynolds, as the culprit.

Cohen quickly followed up, asking, “But weren’t you dating at the time?”

Field explained that it was during the filming of “Smokey and the Bandit” that she had to “look the other way” during kissing scenes because “it just wasn’t something he really did for you.”

“Isn’t that something,” Cohen responded in surprise.

The actress went on to explain that there was a lot of “drooling” on Reynolds’ part during their time sharing the screen.

The two co-stars met in 1977 while filming “Smokey and the Bandit,” and they dated for about five years.

Reynolds, who sadly died of cardiac arrest at 82, reportedly talked about his relationship with Field in his memoir “But Enough About Me,” according to the New York Post. He expressed regret about their time together, wishing he had tried harder to make things work between them.

In March, Field explained to Variety that she had stopped speaking with Reynolds in the final 30 years of his life for good reason.

“He was not someone I could be around,” she elaborated. “He was just not good for me in any way. He had somehow convinced himself that I was more important to him than he had thought, but I wasn’t. He just wanted what he couldn’t have. I just didn’t want to deal with that.”

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