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Thursday 26 May 2016

Seyfried: I checked Dominic's phone

Published 10/04/2010

Amanda Seyfried has admitted to checking boyfriend Dominic Cooper's mobile
Amanda Seyfried has admitted to checking boyfriend Dominic Cooper's mobile

Amanda Seyfried has confessed she has checked boyfriend Dominic Cooper's mobile phone.

The 24-year-old actress - who has been dating the 31-year-old British actor since they met on the set of Mamma Mia! two years ago - revealed: "I have quite an imagination and my other half has a reputation for being quite... charming."

She continued: "I found things are messy. Now they're finally cleared up and I don't miss the mess. I'm very comfortable right now and that might get old but it feels healthy.

"Now I'd never go near it [his mobile]."

But she confessed she does get "heart palpitations" whenever she thinks about having a peek.

"He'll be in the shower and I'll see his phone sitting there and it's like a bomb. That's how scared I am because I don't want to know, I just don't want to know. If there's something that needs to be said I'll trust that it will be put out on the table.

"In this industry there are a lot of parties and a lot of beautiful people. I personally don't really like to socialise that way.... Dominic grew up in a different culture and he likes to go these parties and enjoy himself, so that's hard because I wouldn't be caught dead [out,] like every night."

Amanda has admitted she hates seeing Dominic in love scenes, but revealed he didn't mind her getting intimate with Channing Tatum for new movie Dear John. She said: "Yeah he was fine with that, I don't how but he was."

:: Dear John opens in cinemas on April 16.

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