It’s no secret that deep friendships develop on the set of your favorite TV shows. Actors who start off as strangers often become besties with their co-stars, and next thing you know, they are all over each other’s Instagram feeds in silly selfies that were taken on set season after season.
Unfortunately, as with all great things, these shows eventually have to come to an end, and these actors that got so used to seeing each other every single day at work ultimately have to say goodbye. And while it’s true that Hollywood isn’t all that big, going from hanging out with somebody every day to hardly ever at all is bound to have detrimental effects on the friendship.
For some of these former co-stars, this means cutting their on-set BFFs out of some of the most important days of their lives… including their wedding day. To make it even worse, some of these old friends didn’t even know their co-star’s wedding was happening until it was already over! Wondering which of your favorite TV stars axed their former co-star from the guest list? Check it out:
Drake — of the Nickelodeon show Drake & Josh, duh — is no stranger to Twitter drama. If you recall, just a few years ago, Drake lashed out on Twitter about Justin Bieber. This time, however, the drama hit way closer to home, as Drake used the social media platform to express his disappointment in his former Nickelodeon costar, Josh Peck.
Upon finding out that his TV brother got married, Drake tweeted, "True colors have come out today. Message is loud and clear. Ties are officially cut. I'll miss you, Brotha." He later deleted the tweet, but not before adding, "Loyalty is key. ALWAYS remember where you came from." OUCH! Someone isn't taking this so well.
One of our all-time favorite on-screen couples will always be Gossip Girl's Serena van der Woodsen and Dan Humphrey. This is why it comes as no surprise that Blake Lively's marriage to Ryan Reynolds was kind of bittersweet for Gossip Girl fans everywhere.
Although we all so badly wanted Blake and Penn to make it work, it was nice to hear Penn send his well wishes after her special day. In September of 2016, Penn told People, "I actually didn't know until last night, but I think it's fantastic. I couldn't be happier for her." And we suppose that because of their complicated history, it's not all that shocking that Penn didn't receive an invite.
Don't feel too bad for Lonely Boy — he found love, as well; he got hitched to Domino Kirke in February 2017.
Back when Glee was in its prime, it seemed as though the cast became a super tight-knit family. This is why it was so surprising when we found out that Chris Colfer was actually completely unaware of Naya Rivera's 2014 wedding to Ryan Dorsey. Chris told Access Hollywood, "I didn't know, but I was very happy for her. They are a cute couple. I think she's very happy."
At first, Chris actually wasn't even sure the wedding was legit, saying, "I didn't know it was real at first. I wasn't sure if I should congratulate because you never know what's real anymore."
The chemistry that existed among the cast of Friends made it very hard to believe that the six main characters weren't just as close off screen. However, when Jennifer Aniston got married to Justin Theroux, Matthew Perry (a.k.a. Chandler) said he knew nothing about it. He told People, "It was a surprise to me as well. They're a lovely couple, and I'm happy for them."
He went on to say, "If she wanted me there, I would've been there." Say it isn't so! Is it possible that the Friends besties aren't really friends at all??
Unlike many of the television stars on this list, Lo Bosworth wasn't really surprised by the news that her former The Hills co-stars, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, tied the knot.
Unfortunately, the couple eloped and Lo didn't make the guest list, a detail Lo revealed on The Hills: Live After Show back in 2008. Lo said, "I was at home for Thanksgiving, and I'm on Perez Hilton. And I'm scrolling down the page and all of the sudden it pops up. I was like, 'What is going on?' I found out on the Internet just like everybody else."
Candace Cameron Bure
DJ Tanner always appeared to be the best on-screen sister to Michelle on Full House, but it seems their sisterly relationship didn't quite carry over to real life.
When Mary-Kate Olsen got married back in 2015, Candace had some choice words that she shared with Cosmopolitan. She scoffed, "My invitation must've gotten lost in the mail. I'm not a smoker, so I might not have had much fun. I'm really happy for Mary-Kate, though. I really am." TBH, it seems like someone's a little bitter!