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Nina and Ian aren't the first TV co-stars to strike up a romantic relationship — small-screen duos like Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody, Blake Lively and Penn Badgley, and Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron also hooked up during their downtime, and leading ladies like Jennifer Garner, Emily Van Camp and Sophia Bush were lucky enough to find love on more than one set.Click through to see 30 couples that took their love off screen — and even worked together well past their demise.Virginia did not live long, succumbing to consumption at age 24. He was engaged briefly to a poetess, Sarah Helen Whitman, who agreed to the marriage on his promise to quit drinking but called the wedding off when he could not defeat his alcoholism. Not long before Poe died, he was once again is engaged, to his childhood sweetheart, Sarah Elmira Royster Shelton.I've had such an amazing four years on the show and I felt like maybe it was time."The alum, who joined the ABC drama in 2007, says she was offered a new two-year deal, but found the idea of staying for two more seasons "slightly daunting.""With family dramas, it's hard to keep those stories alive.
Before tying the knot with Ryan Reynolds in 2012, Blake Lively was coupled up with her Gossip Girl co-star Penn Badgley.
She also talked about her upcoming projects – Question: How was high school for you? I went to a private Christian high school and I graduated in a class of 67 kids, so it was pretty small, and I knew and loved everybody. If you ever were bullied, you’ll always remember that feeling. I know you don’t know me, but let’s get to know each other.” And, she was very willing to do so. Odette: It was an interesting balance, and there was a fine line. But then, I also needed to take the meanness to a level where people really didn’t like her, and that’s hard for me. You have to know that the work you’re doing is what you’ve prepared for. I’ve got to do this, Andy.” He was like, “Well, I think you’re great, but I don’t know what you can do.” So, we had to go through the whole auditioning process. Hopefully, it was because I was so eager and I pushed and pushed and pushed.
What were you like, and did you have any frenemies? I was friends with all the little cliques in high school, and I had my own, but I was still really friendly with everybody. That’s why this movie is so great and people are going to relate to it so much. I haven’t seen her, and I’ve obviously moved on, but it would be nice to get an apology. One of the reasons I really loved the script was because right away I was like, “Oh, my god, I get to play this girl. Odette: I’ve met the whole gang and they’re wonderful. I really, really needed to make the character redeemable at the end. You can drive yourself crazy every single day thinking, “Oh god, I didn’t nail it. I didn’t do that.” But, I really do feel like I prepared for this role and hopefully it translates on film that I was sympathetic and the audience will feel sorry enough that they are excited for her to marry the brother. I auditioned with Kristen in the room, and that was crazy.
Apparently Emily Van Camp has a thing for brothers. Before you let your mind completely sink into the gutter, I should tell you that I'm not in any way talking about real life (Emily has three fans who've been rooting for Emily's character, Rebecca (a recently discovered half-sister who resulted from their father's secret affair), to fully integrate herself into the Walker family.
Plus, you know, these two are both just so insanely likeable in real life, you can't help but root for 'em, right?