Celebs Who Are Surprisingly And Adorably Close To Each Other

Ashley Hunte
George Clooney and Julia Roberts during a Vanity Fair interview.
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Celebrity relationships can be cause for lots of speculation from fans, and lots of discomfort for those under the spotlight. Celebrity friendships, on the other hand, are pretty much fun for everyone.

Whether you knew it or not, these celeb pairings are actually pretty close to one another. I don't know about you, but I just love seeing famous friends.

Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence.

Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone laughing while they fold paper together during an interview for W.
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Lawrence and Stone revealed that they got each other's phone numbers from Woody Harrelson, and ended up being really close from there. They tend to go everywhere together, and have matching senses of humor, which lead to some pretty entertaining interviews.

Jamie Lee Curtis and John Travolta.

Curtis and Travolta acted alongside one another in the 1985 film Perfect, and have been friends ever since. Curtis posted a pic of the two on Instagram earlier this year, celebrating their reunion.

Gwyneth Paltrow and Robert Downey Jr..

The two spent a good decade playing love interests in the Iron Man and MCU films, but in reality, their relationship was a lot more sibling-like. Which is why, for Paltrow, kissing her on-screen love interest was a little weird.

Adele and Nicole Richie.

Someone as famous as Adele is bound to have plenty of famous friends. And among them is Nicole Richie. Adele said that Richie, alongside Jennifer Lawrence "humanised me because I had avoided talking to anyone that was ever famous in any capacity, because I was like, ‘Well, I’m not famous.’ I’m very British like that."

Diane Keaton and Justin Bieber.

Justin Bieber surprising Diane Keaton in a 2015 episode of Ellen.
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Keaton and Bieber's friendship goes all the way back to 2015, when he surprised her on an episode of Ellen. Since then, the two have kept close, and Keaton even appeared in Bieber's 2021 music video for the song "Ghost."

Jade Jagger and Kate Moss.

Kate Moss and Jade Jagger are longtime friends, having met decades ago. They've remained close, and have even taken vacations together alongside their families.

"We loved a night out, but these days we drink juices and do yoga together," Jagger said in 2015.

Cara Delavigne and Anya Taylor-Joy.

The pair have been friends for a couple of years now, and fans of each of them can't get enough of this incredible and wholesome friendship!

Cara has even been trying to get Anya to move out to LA so they can hang out more.

Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp.

Natalie Portman and Lily Rose Depp hugging during a photoshoot for TIFF.
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Portman and Depp played sisters in the 2017 film Planetarium, which was set in Paris in the 1930s. Apparently, they'd gotten to know each other before filming, having gone to get massages together.

Naomi Watts and Reese Witherspoon.

Witherspoon once sent Watts a heartfelt fan letter over her performance in The Impossible, and the two were later spotted coming from a yoga class together. And the rest, you could say, is history.

Cher and Meryl Streep.

Cher and Meryl Streep have been friends for decades, after meeting on the set of the 1982 film, Silkwood. They acted together once again in 2018's Mama Mia! Here We Go Again, where Cher actually played Streep's mother.

Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder.

Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder during an interview for ET.
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The pair have been friends for decades, having starred in plenty of movies during that time, from Dracula (1992) to Destination Wedding (2018). Though they're just friends, the two do joke about dating from time to time.

Brad Pitt and Bradley Cooper.

Brad Pitt and Bradley Cooper are actually pretty close, and Pitt even credited Cooper for helping him with his sobriety during a 2020 speech at the National Board of Review Gala.

Jennifer Aniston and Emily Blunt.

Emily Blunt and Jennifer Aniston discussing film roles in an Actors on Actors segment.
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Emily Blunt interviewed Jennifer Aniston during a 2014 "Actors on Actors" video, which seems pretty fitting, considering the fact that they're actually quite close. The pair have even gone out alongside their respective significant others in the past.

Eva Longoria and Victoria Beckham.

In 2007, the Beckham family moved to LA from the UK, which is when Victoria met Eva Longoria. The two struck up a friendship, and remain close to this day (as well as being style icons).

Helen Mirren and Russell Brand.

Helen Mirren and Russel Brand in the 2011 movie Arthur.
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Brand and Mirren became close friends after working together on the 2011 film Arthur. Apparently, Mirren was "seduced" into starring alongside Brand in the movie, but it's all good because they each appreciate the other's energy.

Zac Efron and Jamie Lee Curtis.

Zac Efron and Jamie Lee Curtis posing for a pic.
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When Efron posted a pic with Curtis on Halloween 2017, people were speculating that he might have had a secret role in the 2018 Halloween film. But no, he's just a fan of the series and wanted to show off a pic with his pal.

Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon.

Vergara and Witherspoon starred together in the 2015 movie, Hot Pursuit. During filming and the press tour, the two spent a lot of time together, snapping pics to post onto Instagram and Twitter.

Julia Roberts and George Clooney.

George Clooney and Julia Roberts sitting together for a Vanity Fair interview.
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Clooney and Roberts have a friendship that dates back to 2001's Ocean's Eleven. They've gone on to star in a number of different movies together, and even have a reputation for being pranksters on set. Beyond that, they're also very close.

50 Cent and Meryl Streep.

Believe it or not, the Academy Award-winning actress and the Grammy-winning rapper were spotted hanging out at a Knicks game in 2014, alongside Kobe Bryant. It seems like the two formed an unlikely friendship from there.

Beyoncé and Blake Lively.

Blake Lively has expressed her admiration for Beyoncé many times in the past, even saying that she wanted Beyoncé to be the mother of her children after her performance at the 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show.

She also made a beehive cake for Beyoncé's birthday back in 2014.