“They were sitting at the bar all cuddly,” an onlooker told the mag.“He pushed her chair in for her and everything.” Another source said, “They were interlocked the whole time they were sitting at the counter, like arms wrapped around each other at their seats and rubbing each other’s backs…at one point …
After all, there's been nothing quite like the rollercoaster ride of relationships and drama since the final credits rolled in 2012.
Yet, did you know that the show was also the birthplace of a number of relationships in real life too?
Indeed, many members of the cast gave love a try during their time of the show, some with more success than others.
Find out who below: Perhaps the couple of One Tree Hill (on and off-screen), Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush began dating the year that the show began, getting engaged in May 2004 and marrying the following year.
One of them shows them getting photo-bombed on the set by director and writer Stephen Cedars as they sit in front of a fake brownstone on a New York City-themed street in one of the studio lots in the city."Just us and our very subdued director #oldemoneyboyz #Dimension404," Michele wrote.
Michele and Buckley sparked romance rumors in May when they were spotted getting cozy on a dinner date in the Los Angeles area.
Rose Mc Iver, Robert Buckley, Malcolm Goodwin, Rahul Kohli, David Anders and Aly Michalka all stopped by the booth to meet fans just ahead of the screening at the event.
During the panel, the cast also gave fans a surprise that Robert Knepper, Blaine’s dad, will be joining the new season as a series regular.
Additionally, their busy schedules were partially to blame for the breakup.
Us broke the news in May that the Scream Queens actress, 29, and the One Tree Hill alum, 35, introduced via mutual friends, were an item.
Sadly, it wasn't in the cards and they waved each other goodbye just as One Tree Hill came to an end in 2012.