Sarah Shahi and Adam Demos have been a hot topic ever since they appeared on Netflix’s hit show Sex/Life.
The couple portrays love interests Billie Connelly and Brad Simon in the series, and fans have been curious to know if their on-screen chemistry translates to real life.

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Shahi and Demos met on the set of Sex/Life in August 2020 and hit it off instantly. They bonded over their shared interests in music, whiskey, and tequila. Shahi spoke highly of Demos, praising him as an amazing scene partner and a great person to be around.

Adam Demos and Sarah Shahi

The couple confirmed their relationship on December 31, 2020, when Demos posted an Instagram photo of them together on New Year’s Eve. Shahi also confirmed their relationship on January 9, 2021, when she posted an Instagram photo of her receiving balloons for her birthday and called Demos her “love” in the caption.

Since then, the couple has been going strong. They often share photos of each other on social media and attend events together. In September 2021, Shahi gushed about Demos in an interview with People, saying that he was “just as good” in real life as he was on-screen.

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“We met in the makeup trailer and we just got on instantly. We had the exact same taste in music. We had the same taste in whiskey and tequilas and I was really blown away by him just as a person and all I knew was that I wanted more.” 

“And then I got an opportunity to act with him, and I will say, sitting across the other side of the camera with him was just a privilege. You’re only as good as your scene partner. He’s amazing in the show,” she said in the interview.

As for their future together, the couple has not revealed any plans for marriage or children. However, fans are hopeful that they will continue to see Shahi and Demos together both on and off-screen.