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Valentine’s Day may be behind us, but love is always in the air; which is a sentiment that seems to ring true especially for stars of the CW.
We all know that celebrity couples are notorious for kindling relationships on-set.
Listen, there's nothing wrong with finding love on the set of a TV show or movie — lots of stars have done it, whether it was with another actor, a producer or director, or even a member of the crew — but there are a handful of celebrities who seem to date people they've worked with on screen.
While some of the relationships have worked out (see: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, and Jenna Dewan Tatum and Channing Tatum), most stars have had to learn the hard way that mixing work and play isn't always the best move.
like being able to come back here and pick up right where we left off with people I haven’t seen in three to four years.” Johansson, meanwhile, took life lessons away from playing the villainous and possibly misunderstood Dan Scott.
“Nine years of my life was playing a guy who was honestly just seeking redemption and to love his family even though he didn’t know how to do it,” he said. Like how not to be a dad.” Thanks to Johansson’s hijinks, the panel took on a zany tone that kept the audience laughing from beginning to end.
When it comes to drama, this CW series knew how to do it right; both on-screen and off.
During the panel, fans were eager to know everything from what trinkets they took from the set (Lenz took the “Julius Caesar” book Haley gave to Lucas) to their favorite scenes involving Naley (the fan-favorite couple comprised of Lenz’s Haley James Scott and James Lafferty’s Nathan Scott).
One of Lenz’s biggest contributions to the show was her music, a discovery made on accident by show creator Mark Schwahn one day between scenes on set.
“I was just singing to myself and I think Mark drove by and heard me singing,” she recalled.
It’s clear this network not only has a knack for casting, but it also proves to have a pretty solid record when it comes to matchmaking.
If you thought some of the couples that hooked up on-screen might have had a chemistry that was too good to be true, that could be because behind the camera, it was true.