Pucker Up: Let's Take Another Look At The MTV Movie Awards Best Kiss Nominees!

Can we just crown Kristen Stewart "Best Kisser in the Land" right now? Honestly, the girl contributed her lips to two of the five Best Kiss nominee couples for this year's MTV Movie Awards. It can't hurt that she's been blessed with such kissable co-stars (not to mention that built-in off-screen chemistry with real-life beau Robert Pattinson), but we're still way impressed.

With her double nomination, KStew might be a shoo-in for best kisser in the imaginary solo category, but the competition is pretty stiff for the Golden Popcorn. Each nominee brings something totally different to the Lip-Lock Olympics. Let's take a look:


Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt—"Inception"

If there's such a thing as a witty kiss, this is it. Joseph's subtle play for a peck from Ellen is both adorable and sexy in a sly way. If you didn't want to steal a smooch from Joseph before, this kiss might just leave you praying for a similar sneak attack.


Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe—"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1"

Whoa, when did these two grow up? It almost feels wrong to say it, but even with two "Twilight" kisses and the "Black Swan" girl-on-girl moment as competition, "Harry Potter" might be bringing it with the most sexually charged smooch in the nomination field. Harry? Hermione? We know you're just a projection of Ron's innermost fears and insecurities, but you look kind of—gulp—naked.


Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson—"The Twilight Saga: Eclipse"

Based on pure romance, it doesn't get sweeter than this mellow meadow moment between Bella and Edward in "Eclipse." Up until the rejected marriage proposal, the whole thing is so sweet we practically fell into a sugar coma watching it. Cue the "awwws."


Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner—"The Twilight Saga: Eclipse"

Watch as Kristen flexes her acting muscles, jumping from sweet and sensual with Rob to sexy longing with Taylor. She totally sells us on the emotional conflict that's kept this love triangle alive for so long and inspired girls around the globe to take sides. And, honestly, after watching these clips back-to-back, we can't say for sure whose team we're on.


Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis—"Black Swan"

Now, the Harry-Hermione kiss definitely has a sexual energy to it, but the "Swan" lip-lock is (appropriately?) animalistic. If you don't think of girls as aggressors in relationships, just take a look at this clip. Yowza.

The MTV Movie Awards air June 5 at 9/8 C.

Have you voted for Best Kiss yet? Who do you think will win?