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7 Celebrity Couples Who Dated Before They Were Famous

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Dating is pretty rough when you're young, but just try to imagine how bad it is when you are starting out in Hollywood. It has got to be hard to know who to trust, and honestly, you can't predict who is going to end up an A-list star. These celebs probably had no idea at the time that they were dating some of the biggest stars in the world.

Have you ever heard of these celeb couples?

1. Ashton Kutcher & January Jones

Kutcher had been making a name for himself on That 70s Show, but Jones had yet to make it big. She revealed that their relationship wasn't all roses. "He was not supportive of my acting," Jones said. "He was like, 'I don't think you're going to be good at this.' So, f--k you!"

2. Reese Witherspoon and Chris O'Donnell

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The two up-and-coming actors were making their way through Hollywood when they started dating. O'Donnell had already starred in a couple features, but Witherspoon was only 16 and just starting out.

3. Courtney Cox and Michael Keaton

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Not only did this couple date, they were together for six years. Before Friends, no one really knew who Courtney Cox was, but that didn't seem to bother Batman himself. However they couple's split was amicable and afterwards Cox said “it’s the most important relationship I’ve ever had, and I think he’s the most wonderful person I’ve ever met.”

4. Justin Timberlake and Fergie

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Before Timberlake started a hugely public relationship with Britney Spears, he dated Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas, even though she was a lot older. "He was 16 and I was 23," she said."It was before he got real heavy with Britney."

Who else in Hollywood was dating?

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