Young love, right? No, thank you. Lil Xan and Noah were very into each other on the red carpet, including awkwardly making out.
There was one point where Lil Xan stuck his fingers in his mouth and sucked on them. Confused, yeah, well, us too!
Gary Busey Kisses Jennifer Garner
When actor Gary Busey repeatedly interrupted Ryan Seacrest while interviewing Jennifer Garner and Laura Linney, everyone was a little peeved. But the encounter became truly uncomfortable when Seacrest tried introducing Garner and Busey. Busey responded by kissing the actress's neck.
Garner was obviously stunned and responded to the host's next question with a solid question of her own. "Aren't you going to ask me about getting kissed on the neck on the red carpet by this man? Um, that was nice."
Nancy O'Dell Embarrasses Taylor Swift
A lot of embarrassing things go down on the red carpet. While interviewing Taylor Swift at the 2015 Grammys, ET's Nancy O'Dell told the singer-songwriter that she would walk away that night with a lot of men.
Swift responded with one heck of a death stare and said, "I'm not going to walk away with any men tonight." The interview lightened up but started pretty awkward, to say the least.
Groped and Grabbed
We think it's safe to say that red-carpet interviews are, more often than not, painfully awkward. The interviewer only has a few seconds to get an interesting interview from the celeb...live!
It seems that fashion designer and interviewer Isaac Mizrahi crossed the line in order to get a memorable interview moment. While admiring actress Scarlett Johansson's dress at the 2006 Golden Globes, he grabbed her breast! Eeek, talk about inappropriate.
La La Land...Wait...No!
The 89th Annual Academy Awards is one that Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty (as well as the rest of the planet) are unlikely to forget.
The two were tasked with announcing the "Best Picture" award. However, due to a mishap of massive proportions, they were handed the wrong envelope. This led to the film "La La Land" initially being called the winner, when in fact it was the film "Moonlight." We have to say that the filmmakers of both films handled it like pros!