Uh oh, should Kristin Stewart be worried?  According to Us Weekly, Christina Ricci and Rob Pattinson locked lips for their upcoming movie Bel Ami, and Ricci liked it.  The actress confessed, “He’s a good kisser,” but the smooching was purely professional.  She went on to say, “He’s a lovely human being also, he reminded me of my best friend’s little brothers growing up.  He’s just a silly, fun guy; we laughed a lot.  He makes fun of himself all the time; he’s adorable…”  Luckily, it seems like Stewart has nothing to worry about.

Why is the first kiss in a relationship so important?

Cupid’s Advice:

There are a lot of firsts in a new relationship.  Cupid has some reasons that the first kiss is particularly important:

1.  Connection: As much as you may like your new potential partner, the first kiss says a lot about your chemistry.  Either the connection is there or it isn’t, and most of the time it’s not something you can force.

2. Kissing style: The truth is, you’ve both probably kissed other people before, which means you have your own way of doing it.  If your smooching techniques don’t match, it could be a turn off!

3. Aftermath: Most of us think about “the first kiss” hours after it’s over.  If you’re really unhappy with it, it may be a deal breaker.