True Blood’s Anna Camp in a Pitch Perfect Romance With Skylar Astin!
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True Blood’s Anna Camp in a Pitch Perfect Romance With Skylar Astin!

Anna Kendrick's character may have gotten the guy at the end of Pitch Perfect; but in real life, the other Anna in the movie is the one who's dating the crushable Skylar Astin — True Blood's very own Anna Camp!

Anna, 30, is an actress we know and love as Sarah Newlin on our fave fangbanging show. But she's also been everywhere recently: shows like The Office, Glee, Mad Men, The Good Wife, The Mindy Project, and Vegas; and movies like The Help and the upcoming Goodbye to All That.

Meanwhile, the 25-year-old Skylar got his start on Broadway before moving on to movies like Taking Woodstock, 21 & Over, and Wreck-It Ralph and TV shows like Girls and House.

The two got huge boosts to their resumes when the college a cappella comedy Pitch Perfect took the box office by storm last year.

Now, as Us Weekly reports, multiple sources have snitched that the two co-stars have started dating. They first appeared in public together at the 3rd Annual 24 Hour Plays presented by Montblanc in Santa Monica, Calif., on June 22.

"They left together," a source tells the magazine. "Apparently backstage Skylar was talking about how he loved her from the first day they met."

But the two also had quality bonding time at the True Blood Season 6 premiere on June 11.

Anna is in the middle of a divorce from Pan Am actor Michael Mosley, her husband of three years. The sources tell Us Weekly that Skylar, Anna, and the entire Pitch Perfect cast has remained a close-knit family but that S and A weren't romantic until Anna and her hubby separated.

We're totally 'shipping this hot, new couple!

Source: Us Weekly

Dan Clarendon is an assistant editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!

06.28.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Dan Clarendon
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