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Stephen Colletti, best known for his role in the hit TV series One Tree Hill, might be dating again.
Chelsea and her “DWTS” professional partner, Mark Ballas, stopped by Thursday’s show, where they laughed off rumors of a budding ballroom romance between them.
“No, no,” Chelsea told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover when asked if there was anything brewing with Mark, who she appears with in his steamy video for his song, “Hotwire.” She did, however, admit that Mark – who grew up in London – is a charmer, saying, “He is pretty smooth with that accent.” “You and Stephen Colletti? “Yeah,” she said with a laugh, confirming her relationship with the former “Laguna Beach” star and current cast member of “One Tree Hill.” “He is pretty cute, he’s a really good guy, we’ve been having fun together,” she said of Stephen, who has previously dated Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavallari and Hayden Panettiere.
But the pair were rumored to have broken up in 2013 after two years of relationship.
However, that’s all in the past now because the handsome actor might have a new girlfriend.
“Because of all this, I did the only thing I knew how to do: put up a wall,” she states.
Colletti has an older brother John, and an older sister Lauren.
“It certainly provided some juicy conflicts, but it also affected me deeply… On one side, it seemed like the producers were trying to break us up, which was intimidating.
On the other side, I was worried that my relationship with Stephen was becoming less stable, even though I knew if we hadn’t been on television, he wouldn’t have been spending time with another girl.” reveals that while Kristin Cavallari was largely viewed as a villain on the show, it was the producers’ manipulation that caused her to be so angry on the show.
She goes on to say in her tell-all book that there was a lot of pressure for her and Stephen as their relationship was on full display across the country for anyone tuning into the MTV reality show.
She also writes that the producers manipulated the relationship and had a bigger effect on it than anyone else.