Melissa Joan Hart Dishes on Making Out “All Night” With Ryan Reynolds
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Melissa Joan Hart Dishes on Making Out “All Night” With Ryan Reynolds

There’s nothing we love more than hearing celebs reveal love stories from their past, and who knew we were in for such a juicy one when Melissa Joan Hart recently spoke to E!’s Giuliana Rancic. We knew that she and Sabrina the Teenage Witch co-star Ryan Reynolds made out when they were teens and that “his lips were pretty wonderful” — but now she’s dishing more details about their relationship!

“He was this cute kid who was just kinda goofy around me,” Melissa reveals in the video on “I had a very serious boyfriend at the time, but Ryan gave me a lot of great attention, which was really sweet and really warm.”

Um, he sounds like a winner to us. And let’s not forget that Ryan has been pretty swoon-worthy for pretty much his entire life, so we don’t blame her for giving him that attention right back.

“And we had a lot of fun together,” she dished. “At the end of, like, six weeks in Vancouver, he presented me with this gift and he ran out of my trailer. I opened it and it was a beautiful watch. I had never been given anything sparkly like that before. So I chased him down and got in front of his car and I just kissed him — and then made out with him all night and had to call my boyfriend the next day and explain it.”

Bow chica wow wow, girl. This sounds like a scene out of some awesome teen movie that we would definitely watch over and over again. But how did it all end up?

“I think he wanted something more, but I decided I was going to stick with my boyfriend,” Melissa said, wrapping up the torrid love story.

Dang girl, way to let a dude down lightly. At least there was that one magical night of making out.


Carson Blackwelder is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!

02.13.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Carson Blackwelder
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