The Walking Dead's Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Andrea (Laurie Holden) were caught smooching at PaleyFest, giving some internet comics reporters mad feels.
Comicbook.com reporter and high school sophomore Scott Johnson reported today on a possible cast romance over at AMC's the Walking Dead. While twirling his hair in his finger, his boyfriend's varsity football jacket draped over his cheerleading sweater, Johnson showed a video from an event called "PaleyFest" which shows the two cast members, Norman Reedus and Laurie Holden, kissing. Like, with tongue. Johnson admits that the cast is known for playing around, but he hopes that this is more than a gag.
"OMG!" squealed Johnson in an honest-to-god actual quote from the article. "If the two have become a couple in real life, then could writers see fit to have Andrea and Daryl Dixon connect romantically on the show as well. We think Walking Dead fans might completely flip out if that happened."
OMG indeed. Like, OMFG. Johnson gave viewers some helpful pointers if they want to skip right to the exciting bits of the video, which we have also embedded below. "The kiss can be seen right at the fifty-three second mark in the video below," he explained, while simultaneously texting the deets to all of his girlfriends. "Also, at the one minute and fifty-four second mark in the video, Laurie Holden kisses Norman Reedus on the cheek."
Normally, The Outhouse doesn't concern itself with such totes gossipy nonsense, but, as we recently learned in our ongoing Twitter feud with movie gossip website Latino-Review.com, Hollywood is about keeping score. And for the record, we've brought you this juicy gossip before LatinoReview, which puts the score at Outhouse: 1, LatinoReview: 0.
No word yet on Comicbook.com's previous speculation that Joseph Gordon Levitt will soon be joining the cast of The Walking Dead, but an inside source at the website tells us that the site is working on an article explaining why JGL would have made a better choice to be kissed by either Laurie Holden or Norman Reedus as we speak.