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10 Celebrity Relationships That Prove Hollywood Stars Can Actually Find Love

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Ninja Journalist

In Hollywood, celebrities are constantly getting together and breaking up (who can forget Kim Kardashian's 72 day marriage?). It makes us wonder if love is dead, or if it was real to begin with at all.

But fear not, because there are still a slew of stars who have stayed together despite the drama fame ensures.

Here are 10 couples who will make you believe in everlasting love:

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith - 20 years

In 1994, Will Smith met his future wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith on the set of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Pinkett-Smith auditioned for the role of his character's girlfriend, Lisa Wilkes, but was passed for the roll. They began dating in 1995 and wed in 1997. The couple have two children, Jaden and Willow.

Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness - 22 years

Hugh Jackman was 26 when he met Deborra-Lee Furness in 1995. He was hired to play her love interest on the set of the Australian TV show, Correlli. The couple married the following year and have adopted two children, Oscar and Ava.

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw - 22 years

Country royalty, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw first met at a radio seminar in Nashville called New Faces. While they had instant chemistry during their brief encounter, they were both in relationships with other people. Their attraction to each other became too strong and they broke up with their respective partners.

The couple are more in love than ever and share three children, Gracie Katherine, Maggie Elizabeth, and Audrey Caroline.

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick - 29 years

Kevin Bacon first met Kyra Sedgwick when the pair were filming the play, Lemon Sky. Sedgwick said she didn't take take to Bacon at first, and he knew it. After asking Sedgwick out multiple times, she finally said yes and the couple wed months later in 1988. They have two children, Travis and Sosie.

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson - 29 years

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson first met in 1981 after filming the comedy, Bosom Buddies in 1981. Three years later, Hanks starred with Wilson in Volunteers, and their passion couldn't be contained. Hank left his wife, Samantha Lewes, and Wilson ended her engagement.

The couple married in 1988 and have two children, Chet and Truman. Wilson is also the stepmother of Hanks other children, Colin and Elizabeth.

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