Afterward, she was linked to James Lafferty, who played the half-brother of Murray's character, but her relationship with Nichols—who plays her husband on the show—was the one that had the staying power. Sophia Bush carries an iced beverage while running errands on Saturday afternoon (May 21) in Los Angeles. Every night two of their names are read aloud and repeated aloud by a theatre full of audience members. The brunette beauty and Austin Nichols have called it quits after six years of dating on and off—and mostly on for the past two years, E! It would appear that, just in time for the series' swan song this spring, Bush is finally cutting herself off from the source of all of her romantic drama, both onscreen and off.Bush dated costar Chad Michael Murray for two years, and then said "I do," but their marriage was annulled after a mere five months in 2005.“When the paps catch you nabbing coffee in Soho but you ain’t even mad because you’re wearing the sandals you co-designed with @ssekodesigns and your fav @motherdenim jeans #Summer In The City #Uganda On My Mind #Fashion Friday,” Sophia captioned one of the photos.
Sophia was in New York City last week and took in a performance of the new Broadway play , about the story of five extraordinary women brought together by upheaval in their homeland of Liberia. That no child should be forced to be a soldier, or a sex slave.
“I think it’s no secret that I’m pretty passionate about all things having to do with women’s rights and empowerment and with politics, especially given what’s happening in our super fun current political landscape,” she told the crowd.
“As we’ve watched women’s rights sort of come under siege and this insane conversation about how maybe health care shouldn’t cover birth control, I’m like, where do you all think you came from?
Dress @marchesafashion, occasion @joeminoso's wedding last weekend!
actress was joined for the outing by her co-star Jesse Lee Soffer.