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Adam DeVine and Sarah Hyland play the 2 starry-eyed protagonists of “Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin,” and their chemistry is instantly noticeable on display screen — even when the characters do not immediately acknowledge it. However, this is not the primary time the pair have performed a duo who cannot maintain their eyes off one another. In “Modern Family” — which ran for 11 seasons on ABC — the 2 actors’ characters, Haley and Andy, have been additionally love pursuits.
In September, DeVine advised People that he seems like “Bumper in Berlin” is a chance to choose up the place the 2 left off. “I really feel we left lots on the desk between our characters in ‘Modern Family,'” he mentioned. “It was unimaginable to have a possibility to provide the followers extra of what they liked between the 2 of us.”
“We already felt like we knew one another. He requested me out for drinks and tacos. That obtained me.”
However, in an interview with POPSUGAR, he and Hyland emphasize the truth that their characters are most positively not Haley and Andy — they’re now Bumper and Heidi. “Thanks for tuning in. Please tune into this new present,” DeVine says, addressing followers of Haley and Andy. “We’re not Handy. We’re —” “Humper,” Hyland interjects, asserting their new ship identify.
For longtime Hyland-DeVine shippers, the pair are actually in romantic relationships of their very own. DeVine has been married to fellow actor Chloe Bridges since 2015, and Hyland tied the knot with husband Wells Adams in August. She and Adams met on social media in 2017, and in relation to flirting on the web, Hyland has some easy recommendation: “Be respectful. Don’t deliver up . . . bodily issues,” she says. “I do not know. I used to be not the one to slip into the DMs. Wells was.”
When DeVine asks what Wells mentioned to reel her in, Hyland says the pair already had a connection — he DM’d her after she tweeted her excitement about his “Bachelor in Paradise” appearance. “We already knew about one another from him watching ‘Modern [Family]’ and me watching ‘Bachelorette.’ I might inform he was form of a very good dude,” Hyland shares. “We already felt like we knew one another. He requested me out for drinks and tacos. That obtained me.”
“I really feel like that is a great way [in]: Hello, I’m clean. Do you want tacos and drinks?” DeVine suggests. “From there, you guys shall be married inside six months.”
@Sarah Hyland, does Wells have any siblings? Cousins? Asking for a pal. 👀 #PitchPerfect #PitchPerfectBumperInBerlin #SarahHyland #AdamDevine
Unfortunately for Hyland and DeVine, their “Bumper in Berlin” characters’ relationship does not go practically as easily. When Bumper by chance steals one among Heidi’s songs, issues go very awry — however we would not anticipate something much less from the chaos-prone Bumper. As the villainous, egotistical antagonist in “Pitch Perfect,” he was principally seen harassing the Bellas and, memorably, flirting with Rebel Wilson’s Fat Amy. However, for shippers of that fictional duo, Bumper reveals within the first episode of the sequence, “She blocked me years in the past.”
Fortunately, that leaves room for Bumper to take off for Berlin when former Das Sound Machine member Pieter Kramer (performed by Flula Borg), now a supervisor, calls and guarantees to make him a star, resulting in loads of charming musical misadventures.
All episodes of “Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin” are actually streaming on Peacock.