It is not surprising that when actors have chemistry on-screen, feelings can keep rolling after the director screams “cut!” The lines between fiction and reality can get blurry with all those hormones raging. No matter how professional an actor claims to be, when it comes to love, sometimes you just can’t fight the resistance for too long. For many TV fans, the reel-to-real romance is exactly what they want. Take a peek at some of Hollywood’s romantic couples, on-and-off screen.
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1. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis: What started out as a dysfunctional high-school relationship between characters Jackie Burkhart (Mila Kunis) and Michael Kelso (Ashton Kutcher) on Fox’s That ‘70s Show finally came to reality earlier this year. The cute Wisconsin couple was on-and-off again for the first 4 seasons of the show, which began airing on August 1998. However, it wasn’t till about a decade later that Kutcher, 34, and Kunis, 29, decided to date off-screen. Before that time, Kutcher was married to ex Demi Moore. Now, sources report to UsMagazine.com that Kutcher has always had a thing for Kunis.
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2. Lea Michele and Cory Monteith: Glee fans everywhere simply adore the on-screen relationship between characters Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith) and Rachel Berry (Lea Michele). Fortunately, the off-screen actors are just as happy to turn Finchel into a reality. The twosome, playing a high school couple, has been dating since last fall. Michele, 26, has gushed to People that she loves working with Monteith, 30. “He really, really inspires me, and he motivates me and I think he’s just so talented,” the Glee club diva professes.