”My mom started to send me links to gossip about Justin-Rebecca, Justin-Rebecca.
I was like, ‘Wow, this is starting to be a bigger thing.”’ But hardly a stretch for the actors, who continue to dodge rumors of an ongoing romance (they admit to dating briefly but insist they’re now just friends).
I've had such an amazing four years on the show and I felt like maybe it was time."The alum, who joined the ABC drama in 2007, says she was offered a new two-year deal, but found the idea of staying for two more seasons "slightly daunting.""With family dramas, it's hard to keep those stories alive.
I just felt like it was time to move on," she says.
I'm generally very aware of what's going on around me, and I really don't know where they hide.
First, back when Dave Annable (Justin) was dating Emily Van Camp, who played his onscreen sibling Rebecca, they made it so their characters were no longer related so they could hook them up on the show.
They won’t deny, however, the immediate connection they felt when Van Camp joined the cast.
Even today, they finish each other’s sentences like longtime sweethearts.
”So I walk in and she says, ‘I’ve heard so much about you!It's important to me that a man is good at taking care of people." Though she's often photographed holding hands and going on dates with Bowman, 24, Van Camp still isn't used to dating in the public eye.VIDEO: Josh Bowman strips down for a Revenge shower scene "It's so great to have all this stuff happen to you," she tells .So far, Odette has only been slated for one episode, but it could be more. Following Everwood's cancellation and the end of her relationship with Chris Pratt, Emily signed on to play Rebecca in Brothers & Sisters in 2007.And now, Dave is engaged to actress Odette Yustman (starring in this Friday's theatrical release this season, so sadly, all is not well in the marriage of Rebecca and Justin.