just purely coincidence on the streets." So there you have it, guys. (Though if you're curious to see Ventimiglia get his swipe on, he explores the wild world of Grindr in his upcoming digital series squad. He told MTV he's Team Dean, by the way: "I always say I'm Team Dean, but that's also because I love Jared Padalecki so much. alum, he had nothing but praise for his on-screen leading lady. She is amazing."However, there is one bit of homework he has yet to do on the actress—watch her unforgettable performance as Lana in "I saw clips of her singing, but I haven't seen the actual full movie," he admitted to E! While he has fortunately heard Moore's rendition of "Stupid Cupid," he doesn't intend on getting shot by one of Cupid's arrows on set. if he thinks it's a good or bad idea to date co-stars, he candidly responded, "Bad idea—don't shit where you eat." Perhaps he's speaking from experience—Ventimiglia did previously date his He certainly didn't want to make the wrong move with Fergie, who he starred with in her 2007 music video for "Big Girls Don't Cry." "The best was hanging out with Fergie and the worst was when it was over," he recalled. Once you have nabbed yourself a partner, grown-up Jess suggests keeping things equal. "Mandy is one of the kindest, most amazing performers and women I've met in my life," he gushed to E! "I was very honored to be there—mildly terrified of Josh Duhamel for picking up his girl and spinning her around."Fortunately, Ventimiglia escaped unscathed—and collected enough life experience since then to offer some simple relationship advice for all the ladies out there navigating the tricky world of love. WESTWOOD, CA - APRIL 26: Actor Chad Michael Murray (R) and his wife actress Sophia Bush arrive at Warner Bros.
finally, finally coming out next week, Netflix had the cast weigh in on who Rory Gilmore's best boyfriend was: Dean, Jess, or Logan.
This also meant having the guys themselves chime in.
Jared Padalecki (Dean) refused to pick himself but made a choice; Matt Czuchry (Logan) was the most diplomatic of all; and Milo Ventimiglia (Jess) had the kind of complicated answer you'd expect from a dude who never played by the rules in Stars Hollow.
She played Rory Gilmore, the daughter of Lorelai Gilmore (Graham), a single mother.
Initially, Rory was a high school student at an exclusive private academy, living with her mother in a small town in Connecticut, but later moved on to college at Yale University, where she, among other things, worked as the editor of the Yale Daily News.