The Exes: Stacey Dash Talks Kissing Clueless Co-Star Donald Faison

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Stacey Dash sits down for an interview with Kit Hoover and Michelle Beadle on Access Hollywood Live, July 10, 2013 -- Access Hollywood
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Stacey Dash sits down for an interview with Kit Hoover and Michelle Beadle on Access Hollywood Live, July 10, 2013 -- Access Hollywood

Stacey Dash and Donald Faison warmed audiences' hearts when they starred as hot high school couple Dionne and Murray in 1995's "Clueless."

Now, nearly two decades later, the pair is once again locking lips on TV Land's "The Exes."

"It was amazing. It was as if no time had passed," Stacey told Access Hollywood Live's Kit Hoover and guest co-host Michelle Beadle, of her reunion with Donald.

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"We just jumped right in. He jumped right in, I jumped right on him, he stuck his tongue down my throat - it was great," she added, laughing.

Despite the fact that nearly 14 years have passed since Stacey and Donald were an on-screen couple (the actors both starred in the TV version of "Clueless" from 1996-1999), Stacey said it wasn't strange to kiss him again.

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"No, it wasn't [weird]," she said. "It was fun!"

Stacey is guest starring on "The Exes" as a sexy recommitted virgin, who gets picked up by Donald's Phil in the episode airing tonight.

"She's decided not to have sex for a period of time," Stacey explained of her character.

The 46-year-old beauty also dished on the success of "Clueless" and whether there were any on-set hookups happening as Alicia Silverstone and company shot the classic comedy.

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"No, we were all like family. It was amazing. As much fun as you see on screen is as much fun as we had when they said, 'Cut,'" she said. "[The movie's success] was inevitable. The chemistry was just so wonderful. It was contagious."

Adding, "We loved every moment."

Catch Stacey on "The Exes" on Wednesday at 10:30 PM on TV Land.

-- Erin O'Sullivan

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