Couples who meet on sets often end up together, too. Like Brangelina, or Michael J. Fox and his wife. Etc., etc.Originally Posted by hikari;3917414;I believe Erin is based in Atlanta. They would both have to travel so much for work, though, I doubt either of them is home a lot in their respective cities. Erin's chasing football games and DWTS is filmed in L.A. . .
I also was among the speculators viz. Erin & Maks becoming a real-life couple. Their chemistry together seemed very unique to them--it's kinda like they are cut out of the same cloth: both tall, goofy . . . I think Erin is more self-deprecating than Maks is; he seems to have a pretty high opinion of himself. She plays that zany persona to downplay that breathtaking statuesque beauty of hers. Acting goofy deflects attention she's not comfortable with and could be a defense mechanism against being perceived as being stuck on herself for being such an attractive person (a perception that certainly dogged Nicole, whether or not it's justified.) Erin's energy reminded me of a Lucille Ball or a Carole Lombard or a Cameron Diaz--a really pretty girl taking the clown route. As we know, comedy is usually a refuge for pain, and Erin's had her share this year.
Erin & Maks certainly seem to be a good match; time will tell if their connection survives in real life outside of the hothouse world it evolved in. It's probably for the best that they have vastly different careers. There is a possibility that Maks is still on the rebound and Erin's fragile because of the Incident. They spent so much intense time together recently, it would be natural if that staged attraction has become real. But it could also be like a lot of on-set romances that develop between actors on a movie; simulating romance can often be mistaken for the real thing by the participants themselves, only to find that the ardor has cooled once shooting has wrapped and they try to combine two 'realities'.
We will have to wait and see on these two. If they make each other happy, then I'm all for it.