Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone ‘SNL’ Kiss Fail Hilarious! Watch Video Of Chris Martin Making Out With ‘Saturday Night Live’ Host

Andrew Garfield guest-hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, but the real highlight was the return of Garfield’s girlfriend, Emma Stone. And the two proved from the start why they are one of the cutest couples in Hollywood.

Emma Stone first showed up to help Andrew Garfield with his opening monologue, since she has hosted the variety show twice. The result was an awkwardly funny speech, as Stone kept interrupting her boyfriend to give him tips.

Watch Emma Stone crash Andrew Garfield’s SNL opening monologue below.

But perhaps the best sketch on this week’s Saturday Night Live featured Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone filming a big kiss scene from their film, The Amazing Spider-Man 2. But the two claimed they had no idea how “normal people kiss.” The film’s “director,” played by Taran Killam, kept making them do the scene over and over again, but each kiss was more hilariously awful than the last. We are not sure which failed kiss was funnier: Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone sucking the air out of each other’s mouths, or Garfield looking like he was about to bite his girlfriend’s chin.

Andrew Garfield

An exasperated Killam then asks Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield how they were able to kiss so well in the first movie. But the SNL host admitted they used stunt kissers for their big makeout scene.

Just when the “director” gave up hope of filming a proper Spiderman kiss, singer Chris Martin showed up on the “set.” Martin, who performed with his band Coldplay on Saturday’s SNL, asked if he could help, and Emma Stone excitedly agreed to let him replace Andrew Garfield in the scene. But instead, Martin pulled Stone away made out with Garfield. Martin even donned a blonde wig for the occasion. Maybe now we know the real reason the Coldplay singer “consciously uncoupled” from wife Gwyneth Paltrow.

Watch Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone’s kissing fail on Saturday Night Live below.

Melissa Siegel

Melissa Siegel is a writer and journalist based in a suburb of New York City.

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