Penn badgley blake lively dating
Well it is a very common thing to start dating your co-workers, the same rule applies in the movie or TV shows business.So the romance between Blake Lively and Penn Badgley was only a matter of time.After they split, though, their characters were still an item, which Penn recently admitted was a little weird.While appearing on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” the 28-year-old “Cymbeline” star was asked about his best on-screen kiss. In our opinion, though, Penn’s admission is actually kind of a compliment to Blake.When you become an actor, your life becomes a public life as well.It’s very hard to maintain a personal life without people taking photos of every single thing you do.Before moving to Los Angeles to pursue their show business careers, Lively's parents lived in Georgia, and the household always maintained its Southern influences. Her six-year-old brother was so nervous about beginning first grade alone that her mother told the school that Blake (who was extremely tall for her age) was also six years old so that she could accompany him."After a few weeks," Lively remembers, "they said they would have to put me in mentally disabled classes because I wasn't up to pace with the rest of the kids.
Dating another actor has its challenges, he says, especially when it comes to being apart."There's definitely no secret. There are always a lot of arguments—but even if honesty starts some, it avoids bigger ones."He explains, "As an actor, being in a relationship you have this opportunity to have something really exceptional, because you don't have a regimented schedule or lifestyle. You have on-camera romances, which ordinarily I don't have a problem with.C.,” proving themselves just as sickeningly adorable as Seth and Summer?Or what about when “The Vampire Diaries” stars Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder made our worlds complete with their IRL romance?Penn Badgley, 26, is probably best known for two things - his Gossip Girl role and his two-and-a-half-year romance with Blake Lively. We were very much caught up in the show, which itself was a six-year endurance test. In the new Elle magazine, he talks about playing the late musician Jeff Buckley in Greetings From Tim Buckley. When asked if working with Lively after she got married was difficult, he says, "No, we were ultimately professional."And when asked what the end of that relationship taught him, he says, "I don't know if I can distill it into a sentence, or even articulate it.