US soap characters will share first real kiss on Friday

See video of Will and Sonny finally locking lips on Days of Our Lives

US soap characters will share first real kiss on Friday
21 September 2012

Fans of the NBC soap Days of Our Lives have been patiently waiting for the show’s two gay characters, Will Horton and Sonny Kiriakis to finally get together.

In true soap fashion, it’s been a roller coaster of a journey – this week alone.

The two close friends, who are finally admitting their romantic feelings for each other, seemed to finally be on the same page and ready for a date when things got temporarily derailed by Sonny’s mother who was badmouthing Will.

But on the episode to air Friday (21 September), the two will clear the air and share their first romantic kiss.

Below is video of the kiss via TV Guide:

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