Bella Thorne Debuts her first major-kissing scene in “The Duff” and dishes on co-star Robbie Amell

Actress Bella Thorne has come a long way from her days of dancing on Disney Channel’s “Shake it Up!”. Since the show’s end in 2013, Bella has gone on to star in the movies “Blended”, “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”, “Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend?”, and “Amityville: The Awakening”. Bella will debut her first major kissing scene with the world this Friday, February 20th when her movie The Duff hits theaters! The former Disney Channel star showcases her inner mean girl for her role as Madison, the school’s “It” girl who targets Mae Whitman’s character Bianca with a vengeance.

In the film, Bella has a major make out scene with The Flash hottie Robbie Amell, and according to the starlet, she was super nervous about it.

“This was really my first real onscreen kiss, so I was so nervous,” she EXCLUSIVELY tells us. “He was nervous, too! He kept having to change shirts [because he was sweating through them].”

“It was a little interesting the first time [we kissed]. It was like ‘Oh wow, we just kissed. Ok, whatever.'”

Bella said that the entire experience was a little awkward because there were so many people watching and shouting orders.

“It’s so robotic because you really have so many people saying, ‘No, kiss her this way. Move your head this way. Move your tongue this way.’ People say, ‘Oh, it’s so romantic’, but it’s the farthest thing from it, honestly,” she tells us.

We’re sure her longtime boyfriend Tristan Klier is glad to hear that!

I’m actually looking forward to seeing The Duff. Are you?

By Monique C. Tillman

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