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Thursday 23 October 2014

Experienced hunk Jesse Metcalfe

Jesse Metcalfe

Jesse Metcalfe has "a lot of experience" in the on-screen love department, says his Dallas co-star.

Jordana Brewster stars alongside the hunk in the hit TV series. The actress' character Elena Ramos is involved in romantic scenes with both Jesse and co-star Josh Henderson, who plays John Ross Ewing III.

Jordana has rated her on-screen love interests.

"Well I'm going back to work in about two months, and I have to see them both, so erm, they're both pretty good," she teased in an interview with Access Hollywood. "They're both good.

"Jesse Metcalfe has a lot of experience."

Jordana also revealed her pre-kissing scene rituals. The stunning star says fresh breath is a must.

"Breath mint. You have to be careful what you eat before a love scene, like onions or garlic. I saw someone eat a tuna sandwich right before [a romantic scene] once and I was like, 'Really! Are you doing this? OK!'"

Jordana is married to film producer Andrew Form. The 32-year-old star has revealed how her beau deals with her risqué scenes with other men.

"My husband, he's a very confident man which is good when you're with an actor. He doesn't love watching the love scenes, that's not the best," she laughed.

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