18 Celebrity Couples That Will Make You Wish Your Boyfriend Took You To Coachella
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18 Celebrity Couples That Will Make You Wish Your Boyfriend Took You To Coachella

Don't 'chella wish you were there?

18 Celebrity Couples That Will Make You Wish Your Boyfriend Took You To Coachella
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It's that time of year again: thousands of flower crown clad girls are dragging their boyfriends across the desert to watch Kygo's latest set. A modern-day version of Woodstock, Coachella is all the hype in Southern California, selling out tickets in as little as three hours for this year's festival. Of course, the majority of us can only dream of having our boyfriends take us on a $429 date, but hey, a girl can dream, right?

1. Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger

2. Alessandra Ambrosio and Jamie Mazur

3. Joe Jonas and Blanda Eggenschwiler

4. Ashley Greene and Paul Khoury

5. Shenae Grimes and Josh Beech

6. Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler

7. Halsey and G-Eazy

8. Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka

9. Olivia Culpo and Danny Amendela

10. Emma Roberts and Evan Peters

11. Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish

12. Sarah Hyland and Matt Prokop

13. Zoe Kravitz and Noah Becker

14. Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom

15. Lea Michele and Matthew Paetz

16. Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder

17. Lauren Parsekian and Aaron Paul

18. Sarah Hyland and Dominic Sherwood

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