EXCLUSIVE! Pretty Little Liars’ Ashley Benson Is Still Fully Team #Haleb And We Couldn’t Agree More
Giving us all the Haleb feels.
Pushing Ezra’s descent into becoming Rosewood’s resident shady AF alcoholic and possible murderer to one side for a moment, this week’s Pretty Little Liars was all about one thing: meeting the man Hanna decided was a better choice than Caleb.
Yep, we finally got to meet Jordan, a guy who distrusts the food of Pennsylvania so much, he happily flies over an entire three course meal from three separate New York restaurants just so he can eat.
Not to be too bias but Jordan is no Caleb and nothing in this world will be right again until he reunites with his one true love Hanna.
One person who agrees with our slightly melodramatic tendencies, is Ashley Benson, who chatted to MTV about all things Haleb.
She told us: “I think it will be fun to see Hanna with a new guy because everyone is still team Haleb.
“It’s fun, I’m still team Haleb, I’m like, ‘I want them to get back together’.
“I think it’s going to be fun for the fans to see me with someone different and to see where our lives took us.”
So what on earth does Hanna see in this Jordan character anyway?
“He’s older, he’s into fashion," she explained. “They met in Paris, he’s a business man and takes care of her. He’s just completely different.
“I think with Hanna and Caleb, they were teenagers and each other’s first love. I think it was a little more immature, I think that that died down once Hanna really started going into the fashion industry.
“She’s taken off and is really successful. I think that with her new fiancé, he’s more mature and can handle her lifestyle and Caleb is a bit intimidated by it.”
It won’t last. Please say it won’t last.
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