Her awkward dodge from a fellow colleague went viral last year.
And now Rebecca 'Bec' Judd has boasted of her proven method for avoiding kisses, telling radio listeners on Monday: 'It's all about the duck and move.'
The 34-year-old and KIIS FM's The 3pm Pick Up co-host Monty Dimond were discussing an on-field AFL moment when the topic of unwanted cheek contact came up.
'It's all about the duck and move': Bec Judd reveals how she avoids unwanted kisses after THAT very awkward dodge from fellow Nine news presenter Tony Jones
During an AFL game on Saturday, Hawthorn player Will Langford kissed Sydney Swans player Jarrad McVeigh on the cheek in an attempt to make him angry.
Discussing the incident, Monty mused that Bec had narrowly avoided a unwanted kiss on the cheek last year.
'I reckon you are the most famous workplace kisser,' Monty told Bec. 'It was a non-kiss, the kiss that never was.'
Had lots of practice? Rebecca 'Bec' Judd has revealed she has a proven method for avoiding unwanted kisses
Rejected: Sports presenter Tony Jones said 'good luck Bec', before leaning in to plant a kiss on her cheek
In August the AFL WAG was farewelled by colleagues on air during her last appearance on Melbourne's Channel Nine News bulletin before giving birth to twins Tom and Darcy.