Love At First Sight? How These Celebrity Couples First Started Dating

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Celebrity Couples’ First Impressions Of Each Other

Ever wanted to know your favorite couples got together? All you have to do is stick with us because we have the scoops. Here are the stories of your some of our favorite couples and how they came to be and their initial thoughts on each other.

Beyonce and Jay Z – They met when she was anywhere between 16 and 19 and talked on the phone for years before actually going on a date. Jigga was with the slow burn, it seems.

Wiz and Amber – They met on Twitter after he said he had a crush on her. Apparently they fell in love immediately after a shopping date.

Kanye and Kim – They met on the set of the Comedy Central TV show Crank Yankers and Yeezy fell in love right then.

Barack and Michelle – She was his mentor in law school and actually thought dating him was tacky.

Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz – She was annoyed by him at first because of his loud outfits and big jewels. But he wore her down.

Ashton and Demi – He took her out to In-N-Out Burger on their first date to work things out.

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    Reggie and Kim – She thought he was too quiet at first and their first date was at Chipotle.

    Mark Wahlberg – He and his wife met through a friend and ended up going to church for their first date and she eventually converted.

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    Jessica Alba – She and her now-husband Cash Warren would make up excuses to spend time together because they were in love from the first moment they met.

    Heidi Klum and Seal – According to Klum, they got freaky during their first date because she was that into him.

    Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez – On a radio interview right before meeting Selena, he said he didn’t really like her. Welp.

    Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield – He said he fell for her immediately the first day she came to set to read.

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