what the relationship taught him, Badgley replied: "I don't know if I can distill it into a sentence, or even articulate it."We were very much caught up in the show, which itself was a six-year endurance test.Our relationship was a part of that and helped us through it.I mean, like anything valuable, it was good and it was bad and it was a learning experience."Badgley - who admitted that he didn't send Lively a wedding gift when she married Ryan Reynolds - explained that he would like to get married one day because he wants the "ceremony" and the "bond".character Dan."But the kind of women I'm interested in - they're smart enough not to expect me to be Dan," he continued."In fact, they probably didn't watch the show."Badgley, who is currently dating Zoe Kravitz, also suggested that he's no longer interested in taking advantage of his fame to seduce women."I've had some fun nights," he said."But I learned early on that that stuff is never satisfying in the end.There's a reason the French call the moment of orgasm 'la petite mort', 'the little death'.
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?Unfortunately, though, those relationships don’t always work out (see both examples above), which can make things super awkward if your on-screen characters are still very much together.That was also the case for “Gossip Girl” stars Penn Badgley and Blake Lively, who dated on and off from 2007 to 2010 — a time that overlapped with their characters’ on-screen relationship.
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.