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Hudgens told their conflicting schedules contributed to the breakup once they stopped filming together constantly. It was nice to have someone to share all those experiences with." in 2003 and even tied the knot in 2005. They filed for an annulment only five months later amid rumors that he'd cheated on her with Paris Hilton while filming co-stars Katie Holmes and Joshua Jackson dated during the series' run in 1998.
"Long distance relationships are hard no matter what," she said. Holmes even revealed that Jackson was her "first love." After their breakup, Holmes felt nothing but warm fuzzies toward her old flame.
"I called him and I just said, 'Is it okay–I'm thinking of talking about this. And I've got to say I made out with you and got depressed, which is kind of a bummer." Thankfully, Galecki was a good sport. I love you and I think it's really important and I'm so proud of you…If you want, I will be there and I will hold your hand.' It was so sweet, and this story really makes Johnny look good." the breakup was nobody's fault. She became a huge star, and she deserved everything she got.
There was no other relationship, there was no infidelity, nothing. Through no one's fault and everyone's fault." (2006) TV movie, and their romance extended into real life too.
star Sophia Bush moved on from one on-screen-off-screen love interest–Chad Michael Murray–to another, actor Austin Nichols, who plays on-screen husband Julian Baker on the series.
It was within seconds, really, and it just became a thing." (2014-) stars Tea Leoni and Tim Daly play a married couple on screen (Leoni's the titular Secretary of State Elizabeth Mc Cord and Daly is her on-screen professor husband Henry).
She told (2010), and their brief yet tumultuous romance behind-the-scenes was probably more dramatic than either TV movie ever could be.
They dated right around the time the sequel was set to hit the Disney Channel and broke up only months later.
They continued to play a couple on-screen until the series ended in 2012, but neither one of them is bitter: Badgley actually told ) that shooting scenes with her in Iceland were his favorite moments of the entire series "because the country is beautiful, because the Northern Lights are magical, and because it was there that I fell in love.
If you're already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it becomes very easy to fall in love." that ironically, it was gossip that led to their eventual split in 2010: Westwick dumped the brunette beauty after he heard through the grapevine that Szohr was allegedly getting flirty with one of his best friends.