Fans Think They Know REAL Meaning Behind Cole Sprouse’s Lili Reinhart Pics
Attention FBI — if you’re looking for any new employees, you might want to look into Sprousehart fans, because they’re the KINGS of investigation. Shippers’ little hearts went wild when Cole Sprouse posted a new picture of rumored girlfriend Lili Reinhart earlier this week.
The blonde also shared images from the same photo shoot, and tagged her Riverdale co-star.
Super cute, but relatively boring, right? Well, the dirt comes thanks to @bugheadsbest on Twitter, who probably picked apart the images with a microscope and realized that they were PROBABLY taken during the pair’s trip to San Francisco.
The 25-year-old captioned the image “410,” which you can kindasorta see in the reflection of the mirror seen in the 21-year-old’s post. Apparently, Cole and Lili stayed at the Queen Anne Hotel in San Francisco, and room 410 is one of the hotel’s most haunted locations.
So… Supposing they stayed in room 410, turns out that room is actually haunted??? pic.twitter.com/rzPzNnClZH
— Best of Bughead (@bugheadsbest) October 20, 2017
According to HauntedHouses.com, the Queen Anne is haunted by the ghost of Mary Lake, who was the headmistress of the building when it was a boarding school. While the entire hotel is said to be filled with supernatural activity, “the manifestations…are the strongest in room 410, which once was her office and now is a lovely suite, complete with a sitting area and a fireplace.”
This theory would then explain why Lili captioned her pics, “Apparitions.”
Literally HOW do fans figure these things out?! We’re serious, FBI; if you need new employees, you know who to contact…
Lili Reinhart doesn’t mind filming ~intimate~ scenes with Cole Sprouse, but these actors think love scenes are the actual WORST:
Lea Michele on Glee
You might think that sex scenes between Lea Michele and Cory Monteith were super easy due to their IRL connection, but the actress actually hated getting steamy with her bae in front of the cameras.
Their first sex scene actually happened before they started dating, so the awkwardness makes sense. Not only was it "way awkward" and "so less sexy than you think," but Lea told E! News, "We were in a room with like 20 people around us, sitting by the fireplace."
She also majorly dissed Cory while talking about the whole thing mentioning, "He was sweating so much. I was so grossed out!" Sweating seems like a natural part of this kind of filming process — not only are these scenes fairly physical, but the nerves def don't help in that department, either!