You know what’s cooler than having one celebrity in a room? Try two — or three! — living under the same roof. While we can’t say what happens behind their specific closed doors, we can definitely imagine the magic that happens when you get a couple of famous (or soon-to-be famous) people sharing a particular space.
And the following pairs (or trios) aren’t just celebrities — they’re all former or current co-stars, too! How freaking cool is that??
Chace Crawford & Ed Westwick
Rather than reside in one of the gorgeous (and outrageously expensive) buildings on the Upper East Side of NYC, the Gossip Girl hotties lived together in an apartment in lower Manhattan during the first few seasons of the show.
Tyler Hoechlin, Dylan O'Brien & Tyler Posey
X-Box all night, the occasional bowling outing — the trio formed their own wolf-pack.
Lea Michele & Dianna Agron
During the first season of Glee, Lea said that she and Dianna would "have these smackdowns at work and come home and are like, 'Wasn't it so funny when we were fighting today? Let's make cookies!" She continued, "It works out. We're both vegans. Well, I was. I slowly dipped back into cheese."
Justin Timberlake & Ryan Gosling
In the early '90s, the now-hotties bunked off the set off The All-New Mickey Mouse Club. JT revealed to Ellen DeGeneres, "We were probably a little closer than the rest of the kids that were on the show just because we had to share a bathroom."
Ryan Gosling & Michelle Williams
Prior to filming Blue Valentine, Ryan and Michelle lived together to prep themselves to portray a bickering married couple. Michelle recalled of her time with the hottie, "He’s so hard to hate. He does the dishes, takes care of the kids..."
Matt Lucas & Rebel Wilson
They're not just on-screen roomies — they are IRL now, too. Rebel said on Conan, "We played roommates so well in Bridesmaids, we thought we'd do it for real. Except instead of annoying Kristen Wiig, we're now annoying all the neighbors nearby."
Justin Long & Jonah Hill
The Accepted co-stars managed to live together — but it was short-lived. According the Justin, "We're still great friends, but it got to be like an old married couple. We fought over recycling. He would recycle everything. I would find banana peels and shards of glass in the recycling bin. We started getting in little fights like that, he left the bathroom door open, didn't clean up after himself. Little things like that. It was time for a separation."
Ben Affleck & Matt Damon
That's right — not only are the Oscar-winning pair best friends and distant cousins, they also lived together while penning Good Will Hunting.