Kissing Preds fans respond to viral video - WSMV Channel 4

Kissing Preds fans respond to viral video

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Jeron Bray and Camille Quintana shared the kiss seen around Smashville. (WSMV) Jeron Bray and Camille Quintana shared the kiss seen around Smashville. (WSMV)
Chris Harris may have been talking, but few were listening. (WSMV) Chris Harris may have been talking, but few were listening. (WSMV)
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Channel 4's Chris Harris was talking about hockey highlights after Monday night's Game 4, but chances are nobody watching was listening.

Everyone was focused on what was happening behind him.

"Are you seeing this? This is Nashville," said Harris while on air.

So what happened? How did Jeron Bray and Camille Quintana end up lip-locked on live television?

"It's a little blurry," Bray said.

Channel 4 went back and watched the video and it certainly appears the couple planned on publicity.

"I mean sort of, like we were just standing there genuinely in the celebration. And I look up and I see the guy giving the interview, and I look at her and I think we just kind of, we didn't even say anything, we just had a connection," Bray said.

"It's like, perfect, we're on TV. The right thing to do is make out in front of everyone," Quintana said.

Minutes later, the couple felt famous.

"When we started walking down Broadway, people started stopping us, like taking pictures and saying stuff," Bray said.

"Because the broadcast was on all the TVs in all the bars," Quintana said.

The couple woke up Tuesday morning to find their make-out making national television.

"We may have conception going on here," said Harris while on the air.

Their phones were full of notifications after the video aired on the Today Show.

"I saw somebody did cat kissing, so I guess it's supposed to be a play on cat fishing," Quintana said.

"My favorite was tongue hockey," Bray said.

"Tonsil hockey, that's what it was, clever," Quintana said.

You'll hear no regrets from these passionate Preds fans, even though some have posted on social media telling them to “get a room.”

"We got a lot of ‘trashville,’ doing our city proud," Bray said.

At this point, Bray and Quintana are trying to figure out how they'll top it if and when the Preds take the Stanley Cup.

"God only knows. That's for cable television," Quintana said.

"I think we'll let the whiskey decide like we did last night," Bray said.

Quintana and Bray have been dating for about six months. His parents have seen the video. Hers have not. She hopes to keep it that way but realizes, at this point, the chances are slim.  

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