Say it ain’t so! If this is true, JJJ is truly heartbroken.
Nathan Kress and his longtime girlfriend, Madisen Hill, have gone their separate ways after four years of dating, JustJaredJr.com can confirm.
The couple were last spotted together in late June at a Dodgers baseball game before their split, which was so under the radar, JJJ didn’t even pick up on it until now.
“Foul bachelor question: If pizza has been in my fridge for 10 days, but still smells great… Can I eat it? It’s REALLY good pizza,” the 21-year-old actor tweeted, tipping us off after his return from Oahu where he filmed an episode of Hawaii 5-0.
The couple met back in 2010 at a benefit concert for Haiti earthquake victims. Despite the split, we have to admit – it’s nice to see such a catch back on the market!
Looks like Nathan Kress doesn’t even know how to react to his black carpet buddy at the Knotts Scary Farm Celebrity VIP Opening held at Knott’s Berry Farm on Thursday night (October 2) in Buena Park, Calif.
The 21-year-old actor met up with Emily Osment, Corbin Bleu, Cassie Scerbo, Jake T. Austin, Pierson Fode, Tyler Blackburn and Faking It‘s Gregg Sulkin and Michael J. Willett at the event.
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In case you missed the exciting news, Emily‘s ABC Family show, Young & Hungry, is coming back for a second season! We can’t wait to see what happens with Gabi and Josh!
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Looks like Nathan Kress has to drop out of the NASCAR Celebrity Charity Race.
Which is a bummer, but it’s for something cool — a guest spot on CBS’s Hawaii 5-0! Read the 21-year-old actor’s Facebook post about the situation below:
“Okay, announcement time!! Super pumped to let you guys know that I’ll be heading to Hawaii in about a week to do an episode of Hawaii 5-0!! Can’t say what I’ll be doing yet, but it’s gonna be really fun and I think you guys are gonna enjoy it.
“However, this also means some bad news. Regretfully, due to the time conflict, it looks like I’ll have to withdraw from the NASCAR Celebrity Charity race at Irwindale Speedway on September 27th… HOWEVER, if at all possible, I am still planning to come to the event and sign autographs/take pictures with anyone who comes out to support the Wounded Warrior Project! So I still plan on being there, I just won’t be able to do the race. I’ll confirm that for you guys ASAP. Hope to see you there!”
You can check out pics from Nathan‘s racing practice on Instagram.
Nathan Kress cringes after taking on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in his video posted on Facebook.
“Huge thanks to Dre Swain and Isaac Alvarez for nominating me for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!” the 21-year-old actor wrote with his vid.
He added, “In turn, I nominate my Into the Storm costars, Max Deacon and Jeremy Sumpter, as well as Carly Bondar, who will be starting research on ALS in the coming semester! Your donations make that kind of work possible, so please join me in supporting ALS research by donating at www.alsa.org right now!”
One Direction‘s Louis Tomlinson also took the challenge — of course he had a great view to go with it!
“I nominate Prince Harry , Boris Johnson and Arsene Wenger ! Get involved ! Amazing charity !! #als,” he challenged. Can’t wait to see if Prince Harry takes it!
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Nathan Kress is swoon-worthy in a suit while attending the premiere of his new film Into The Storm held at AMC Lincoln Square Theater on Monday night (August 4) in New York City.
The 21-year-old actor was joined on the carpet by his equally handsome co-stars Jeremy Sumpter and Max Deacon, as well as Alycia Debnam Carey.
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Into the Storm follows storm trackers, thrill-seekers, and everyday townspeople as they document an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes touching down in the town of Silverton.
FYI: Alycia is wearing a ERIN erin fetherston dress. Nathan is wearing Mezlan shoes.
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Nathan Kress gets his smolder on in this new shot from the August 2014 issue of Bello mag, which is available now.
The 21-year-old actor dished secrets about his new flick, Into The Storm, reflected on iCarly and more. Check it:
On Into The Storm: “It’s a super intense, really fast paced action movie. It’s nice because even though it’s a found footage type deal, it’s show from multiple perspectives by these storm chasers that have been recording the whole time. We have about eight or nine different perspectives going on during the film. There’s a little bit of a calm before the storm, but once it happens there was not a single day where I didn’t go home just completely head to toe soaked and yet. Rain is also one of the things that are hard to fake digitally, and so they made it a point to try and get as many practical, real, in person effect as possible and not just rely on CGI. In addition to the water they also had these guys with giant bags of debris that they would blow into these phenomenally fast fans. It turns out, pretty much anything when thrown at you in 100-mile wind like that, hurts really bad [laughs]. What’s funny is that there’s very little acting when it comes to the dramatic moments. We were actually trying to get from point A to point B without dying. So the fear that you’ll see in our eyes is completely genuine.
On iCarly: “I think just the memories that I have of becoming friends with the cast. We started when we were 13, 14 and ended at ages 19, and 20. We were literally growing up together. We were spending our most formative years together. 10 hours a day, every day, just hanging out. They’re one of the best friends I’ll ever have. It was different on our show. On our last day we cried like nobody’s business. It wasn’t like any of the horror stories people are told.”
On using his gaming hobby as a gym: “It’s definitely one of my hobbies that I thought It’d grow out of, but it has not happened. It’s my unwinding activity of choice. When I was working on iCarly, I’d come home and just play a few rounds of something online and just decompress. That was my way of being a teenager. Eventually I really hope by the time I have kids I’ll manage to get out from under the pressure of how good games are getting. But it’s not looking good. One of the ways I’m justifying it is, when I got the Xbox 1 I discovered a fitness program that is built in. There’s a bunch of really cool fitness programs that whenever I’m too lazy to get in the car and drive the 15 minutes to the gym, I can do a 30 minute workout that would get me just as pumped up and sweaty as a three hour workout at the gym would.”
Nathan Kress and Richard Armitage comfort Max Deacon in this new still from their new movie, Into The Storm.
Out on August 8th, in the span of a single day, the town of Silverton is ravaged by an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes. The entire town is at the mercy of the erratic and deadly cyclones, even as storm trackers predict the worst is yet to come.
While most people seek shelter, others run towards the vortex, testing how far a storm chaser will go for that once-in-a-lifetime shot.
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