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10 On-Screen Couples Who Dated In Real Life

10 On-Screen Couples Who Dated In Real Life

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Celebrity couples are always good gossip fodder, and there is nothing fans like more than seeing their favorite on-screen romances come true in real life. The following couples managed to transfer their chemistry on camera to the real world. Whether it lasted forever, or, more commonly, just a few magical moments, we will always remember them as “meant to be,” These are 10 on-screen couples who dated in real life.

Sources: Lifestyle.Yahoo.com, PopSugar.com, Complex.com

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TimeInc.net

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan met on the set of “Step Up” back in 2006, and married in the summer of 2009. They had their first daughter, Everly, in May 2013, and the actor-dancer dynamo couple are continuing to kill it in the movie and TV business.

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USMagazine.com

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis began dating in 2013, but met years ago in 1998 while starring in the hit sitcom “That 70s Show,” when Ashton was 20 and Mila was 14. Mila gave birth to their daughter in September, and they are expected to be married soon.

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NBCNews.com

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Though Brad Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston when he and Angelina met on the set of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” back in 2005, they began to stir up controversy shortly after. Pitt and Aniston got divorced in 2005, and he and Jolie finally married in a secret ceremony in September 2014. They now have six children together, and are considered one of the hottest power couples in Hollywood.

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Zimbio.com

Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe

Though Witherspoon and Phillippe knew each other before they co-starred in “Cruel Intentions” in 1999, their relationship didn’t become fully known until filming began and rumors started flying. The two married two years after the film’s release, and had two children together. After seven years of marriage, however, they split in 2008.

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NYDailyNews.com

Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone

Spiderman and Mary Jane were always meant to be, so it fits that “The Amazing Spider-Man” co-stars Garfield and Stone struck up a romance off-screen. The two have been together since June 2011 after breaking up with their former partners (Stone was dating Kieran Culkin, Macaulay Culkin’s brother, and Garfield was seeing Shannon Woodward), and are one of the cutest couples in Hollywood.

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DisneyDreaming.com

Taylor Lautner and Taylor Swift

“Taylor squared” was one of the couples in the star-studded “Valentine’s Day” (2010), playing a high-school pair that was waiting to have sex. Chances are, they made it at least that far in real life, though the two only dated for a few months (thankfully – the Taylor-times-two puns got old after a while).

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USMagazine.com

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck

Back in 2003, Garner and Affleck fell in love on the set of “Daredevil,” where they formed Bennifer 2.0 (Affleck had previously dated Jennifer Lopez, resulting in the gag-worthy nickname). They married several years later, have three children together, and are largely considered one of the most stable and sane Hollywood couples out there.

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TimeInc.net

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart

Diehard “Twilight” fans were ecstatic when they learned that Bella and Edward, a.k.a. Kristin Stewart and Robert Pattinson, were a real-life couple. Though the two have had an on-again/off-again relationship, including rumors of Stewart’s affair with director Rupert Sanders, the two called it quits in 2012.

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MTV.com

Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor

The “Zoolander” duo met back in 1999 while filming a TV series pilot, “Heat Vision and Jack.” The series never aired but the couple married in 2000. Stiller and Taylor have two kids together, and have starred together in several films and TV shows, including “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story,” “Tropic Thunder,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

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FanPop.com

Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling

The on-screen couple that ruined romance for the rest of the world, Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling started dating after filming “The Notebook” in 2004. The couple stayed together for two years before the sparks fizzled out, devastating “Notebook” fans everywhere who wanted to see Noah and Allie have a happy ending.