As anyone who saw Mad Men this season knows, good girl Rory Gilmore is all grown up.
SPOILER ALERT! Alexis Bledel’s Mad Men character, Beth, may have had an ill-fated fling with Pete (Vincent Kartheiser), but their onscreen longing has turned into something real. US Weekly reports that the duo have begun dating.
As of press time, Bledel’s rep didn’t respond to EW’s request for comment. Assuming it’s true (there’s some historical precedent, Bledel previously dated her Gilmore Girls costar Milo Ventimiglia) they’ll join a list of celebrity couples that, due to their onscreen antics, make us a little uncomfortable. We can’t help it — poor Trudy!
In that spirit, EW rounded up some of the most memorable celebrity couples with onscreen baggage:
— Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer: They’ve been married since 2010 and are expecting a baby in the fall. But on screen, their vampire/fairy love is all kinds of wrong. It only gets weirder, albeit hotter, when Eric gets involved and Sookie hook ups with him while Bill pines away on the sidelines.
— Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter: They’ve since divorced, but for a while the married couple were playing brother and sister on Dexter. One big, incestuous family!
–– Lauren Graham and Peter Krause: Dating your onscreen sibling is becoming a trend; the Parenthood siblings are also involved off-screen.
–– Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder: Elena and Damon are in one heck of a crazy supernatural love triangle on screen. Vampire stuff just makes real life so boring.
–– Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas: If the finale of Once Upon a Time was any indication, when the series returns for season 2 the duo, who play Snow White and Prince Charming, are going to be dealing with some pretty big revelations: They have a kid? She might be their age?
-Emily VanCamp and Joshua Bowman: The lovebirds get to play onscreen love interests, but it’s a bit more complicated than boy meets girl. Girl is out to ruin boy’s entire family and there is backstabbing by everyone galore.
Tell us, which onscreen/off-screen couples give you the willies?