Calum was in second grade when I met him, Luke in seventh grade, and Ashton in ninth grade. Calum was my best buddy from the beginning. Luke and I battled over females and disliked one other. Ashton was like a big brother to us; he drove us about and gave us advice.
One day during school, I saw Calum sitting alone on the playground. I knew he needed someone to play with so I walked over to him. We started talking and soon found out we had lots of things in common including our love for music. After that first meeting, we became good friends and have stayed close ever since.
About a year after we met, Calum invited me to attend a party at his house. There he introduced me to his brother, who I later learned is also named Michael. We hit it off right away and have been best friends ever since.
Over the years, we've been through everything together: school, sports, fights, parties... You name it! We always stood by each other through it all and now we are still best friends today.
There are two things that I admire about Calum: first of all, he's really smart. He's gone to college and now he works as a software engineer. Secondly, he's very kind-hearted. He's helped people out even though he didn't have to.
"What's up, guys? Where's Calum?" "He fell asleep with me," Michael said as he lifted his head, "and he was just over-oh." He came to a halt when he noticed the mound of blankets, but there was no sign of Calum. Ashton grimaced as he sat up and let Michael go. "Calum?" he inquired. The mound of blankets began to move at that point, moving forward until it collided with Luke.
Calum asks, bringing out his phone to show Luke a color chart. The only box that isn't a shade of grey is labeled "red." Luke nods once again, gazing around for more red things. "I've never heard of somebody meeting their soulmate and not seeing all the colors at the same time," Calum adds, lying back against his bed.
Michael and Luke have known each other for years, and on Luke's 18th birthday, they discover that they are soulmates, but they also have two other sets of initials on their wrists. Calum and Ashton are also dating and have three sets of initials tattooed on their wrists.
This attractive Aussie lad, however, is not single. He has been in a romantic relationship with his girlfriend, Serra Deaton, since February 2019. Serra Deaton and Luke Hemmings Unfortunately, their connection became an eyesore to some of their followers, who did not stop mocking Serra's appearance.
The "Brigsby Bear" star also discusses his friendship with Beck Bennett, which dates back to their undergraduate days at USC. Kyle Mooney, the star of Saturday Night Live, and I first met while he was a senior at USC through a mutual acquaintance I was interning with at Blumhouse. He had just made his debut as Michael Myers in Halloween: Season One -- which is why you might remember him wearing a black turtleneck during some scenes!
He asked me if I wanted to be in the show, and when I said yes, he told me to get ready for some scary stuff!
We have been friends ever since.
Mooney joined SNL in 2005 after graduating from USC, and over the years has become one of its most popular performers, hosting the program more than 70 times. He has also appeared in several films including This Is the End and The Three Stooges.
In 2015, Mooney became well-known after taking on the role of Kyle Schmidt on NBC's sitcom Community, which was created by former SNL writer Dan Harmon. The series was very successful, winning multiple awards and making Mooney a popular figure among fans of the show. However, in 2017, after three seasons, he decided to leave the series because he didn't want to be limited to a certain number of episodes.
In the dating scene, I met and dated comedian Steve Martin. Deana picked him to play bachelor number two. The two of them traveled to Portofino, Italy, on the date they won the game.
They had a lot in common: both were raised by single parents, neither had any siblings, and they were both left with a large amount of money when their parents died. They also didn't know what to do with themselves after hearing that race was canceled for the next season of The Bachelor. So they decided to send Steve Martin out on a date to various places around the world...which is how they ended up in Italy!
While in Italy, they visited many cities including Venice and Rome. In Rome, they went to see Atonement of Christ where Deana was able to put her feelings for Steve Martin on display through her acting. He was moved by this and they began to develop feelings for each other. But since they were on a date, it would have been wrong for them to date someone else while being married to others. So after talking it over, they decided not to send themselves home but to leave the decision up to America who would win The Bachelorette. And so we all found out later that year that she didn't love him back as much as he loved her.
Calum and Deirdre are having a bad fight in February 1952. She wants to chat more, hopefully about choosing a date for their wedding, but Calum has no idea why she is acting so strangely. Siegfried resolves to play matchmaker and bring the two of them back together. He invites them to a party at his house that same night.
Deirdre doesn't want to go to the party because she thinks it will be boring, but in fact it turns out to be the best night of her life. When she tries to leave after midnight, Calum stops her and they have their first kiss...
...at one o'clock in the morning. The next day at work, Deirdre is cold and distant with Calum and never returns his calls. He goes to see her father who tells him that if Deirdre doesn't want to marry him then there's nothing he can do about it. Calum breaks down and cries before running away from home. A few days later he gets an invitation to the wedding. When he arrives at Siegfried's house he finds out that everyone knows what happened the night before and nobody says a word about it.
Siegfried explains that people don't talk about things that hurt them deeply because it makes them feel even worse. But now that Calum and Deirdre have put their problems behind them, they can look forward to a happy marriage.