Jordana Brewster's secret crush on the late Paul Walker | Entertainment | coastalbreezenews.com

Jordana Brewster’s secret crush on the late Paul Walker | Entertainment | coastalbreezenews.com

Jordana Brewster had a crush on the late Paul Walker – but never got to tell him how she felt. The ‘Fast and Furious’ actress admits she had a huge crush on her late co-star – who tragically died in November 2013 at the age of 40 – but wasn’t able to tell him before he passed away. Admitting she had a crush on the late actor between Fast and Furious 4 and 7, she confessed to E! News: “I never got to tell him that but I think on many levels he knew.” The franchise’s director Rob Cohen had previously revealed that Paul had a secret crush on Jordana – who went on to marry her now ex-husband, producer Andrew Form – during filming for the first movie. Jordana previously revealed her friendship with Paul was the “highlight” of her time in the franchise. She said: “[We’re still friends.] I love Vin, I love Michelle … but my friendship with Paul was definitely the highlight because he was the best guy. So, the bond I had with him was definitely the best part.” Paul’s family previously admitted they still feel his presence, years after his tragic death. His brother said: “He’s kind of a joker. Paul would pull practical jokes on you all the time you know. He had the opportunity to throw you off your boat when you weren’t looking … he was all about the laugh. When we were out on the water – and I think I anchored the kayak the wrong way and all of our gear goes scattering, and we’re swimming trying to get it so it doesn’t drop to the bottom of the ocean … And then we looked at each other and got back on the kayak and we’re like [he laughs], ‘Paul did that!'”
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