Jamie Lee Curtis plants KISS on Michelle Yeoh's lips to celebrate her SAG Awards win

29th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Press Room
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Michelle Yeoh got the kiss of her life on Sunday when the one and only Jamie Lee Curtis planted a passionate smooch on her at the 29th Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday.

Curtis, 64, became overwhelmed with emotion when she conquered the category of Female Actor in a Supporting Role for her acclaimed performance in Everything Everywhere All at Once.

After her name was called, an ecstatic Jamie Lee pulled in Michelle for a serious kiss, embracing the iconic star's face with her hands and smashing their mouths together.

Yeoh received an extra boost of good luck from Curtis and her kiss, as the 60-year-old star went on to win for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role.

But it was Jamie's victory speech that left a lasting impression – along with her kiss – as the daughter of Hollywood legends Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh declared that she was proud to be a "nepo baby."

Claiming the accolade with overwhelming enthusiasm, Curtis quickly became emotional as she spoke of her parents and how much she loves her profession.

She said: "I'm wearing the wedding ring my father gave my mother – they hated each other by the way – but my sister Kelly and I were born from love and my father was from Hungary and my mother was from Denmark and they had nothing, but they became monstrous stars in this industry they loved so much."