Rachel Bilson And Rami Malek Are ‘All Good’ After School Photo Drama

“Rami was a good friend of mine. “

Things between Rachel Bilson and Rami Malek seem to be sorted after their school photo drama. Last month, when Bilson appeared on an episode of Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast, she said that, after sharing a high school yearbook photo of her and Malek on Instagram, Malek requested through his stylist that she delete the post.

Malek and Bilson both attended Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California.

“Rami was a good friend of mine. We were in the same crew. We did the Crucible together senior year, we were the leads in it together—all these things,” said Bilson, who wanted to honor Malek for all of his awards including the Oscar for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody.

Bilson also claimed that she was “mortified” and had a “panic attack” after Malek asked her to take the photo down. “I had to go to therapy that day and I was like, ‘I’m having anxiety. I did not want this to resurface in this way. I feel so bad.'”

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However, on a recent episode of the LadyGang podcast, Rachel Bilson claimed that she and Rami Malek finally got a chance to clear the air after the yearbook photo drama.

“Rami and I actually have talked since that came out. He connected with me, and we’re all good,” she said during an episode of the LadyGang podcast. “He was so sweet and we’re totally fine now and we talked about it and we’re good.”

She added, “He was so gracious, and I totally understood where he was coming from and he understood me. And I was just so happy we were able to squash it and, like, move on.”

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Meanwhile, Rachel Bilson thinks a reboot of ‘The O.C.’ would be “awesome”. The 39-year-old actress, who starred as Summer Robert expressed her interest in joining a reboot of the show.

“I know we talked about definitely getting together personally, as a reunion … all of us getting together. I think we have spoken to some already, everyone’s on board for that. But a reboot would be awesome,” she shared. “I think that’s in the hands of [creators and executive producers] Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. There’s still a ways to go, so maybe they’ll figure it out! That’d be fun.”

Speaking about the hit drama series, which originally ran between 2003 and 2007, Bilson also told Entertainment Tonight that she has no memory of the show. “I’ve learned that I actually have zero memory and don’t remember most of the things that happened on this show. So I’m kind of going through this with everyone else, re-watching it, discovering it,” she said. 

“I wouldn’t even say rediscovering it, [I’m] discovering it for the first time!”

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