is nearing its long-awaited series finale -- and not a moment too soon for CW star Sophia Bush, 29.PHOTOS: Shocking star splits The actress has split with her on-and-off beau of six years, Austin Nichols, 31 -- the third guy she's dated from the just-wrapped TV hit -- a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly (on stands Friday).From 2014 to 2017, she starred in the NBC police procedural drama series Chicago P. Bush stated: "Part of my school's requirement was to do a play.I was really irritated because I wanted to play volleyball and I had to go and do this play.Honestly I wasn’t expecting her to leave the show anytime soon, she was always live tweeting about them being a squad and all of that fun stuff.It makes me wonder if something happened behind the scenes or something, since her and Jesse have been broken up for a bit. Well if her time is up on the show then my time is up as a viewer since she was the main reason I started to watch. That’s just what you do to celebrities who have tweeted you three times, we are basically besties. D.’ is over after the major cliff hanger that the show left us with.
It looks like Sophia Bush might have found a new beau in her co-star Jesse Lee Soffer! While the two haven't been public about their rumored relationship, they have shared Instagram pictures of each other and actually play partners on the show, so they definitely spend a lot of time together.
But there was a moment after the performance when I realized I had gone and been somebody else.
I thought, 'If I could do this for the rest of my life, I am set.' It was like love at first sight." Bush made her first big screen appearance in the 2002 film National Lampoon's Van Wilder opposite Ryan Reynolds.
I never know with that stuff, but what I think is cool is that we’re not making a big deal out of it. So I’m sure it’ll be nice until the writers decide it doesn’t get to be anymore, and then we’ll see what happens.
It’s two people who’ve been in a relationship a long time, who said, “Alright, let’s give it a try,” and they’re just seeing how it goes. JESSE LEE SOFFER [They are] very domesticated right now.