They may have left Scrubs behind, but their bromance is still brewing. In fact, it’s one of the strongest brews in bromance history. Clearly fluent in bro-ology, Donald instructs, “The only reason we have a real bromance is that we’re genuinely fond of each other. [Zach’s] my best friend. I’m really fond of that man, I’m not ashamed to say it.”
As tight friends, they love to play pranks. Look no further than this parody Vogue cover.
Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence
They say loyalty is the cornerstone of their friendship. They’re just like family and they have a ton of fun hanging out together. Emma told W magazine, “Do you understand that spending time with us is just us sitting and screaming at each other?”
Jennifer adds, “We just scream at each other. We’re both hoarse after we hang out. I can’t imagine what it must be like for other people.”
Cara Delevingne and Kendall Jenner
They feel that friendship is “sacred” and that’s why the two models like to keep theirs as private as possible.
Delevingne did divulge that she adores the friendship, “It just feels incredible when you’re not alone when you’re facing the world with someone else.”
Salma Hayek and Penélope Cruz
This pair of beauties have shared a loving friendship since 2001. The smashing Latinas are sometimes mistaken for twins and even as lovers, though Penélope quashed that myth soundly in front of a blushing David Letterman when he posed it. They even share pet names for each other.
One of them is “huevo,” says Penélope. (It means lazy!) As young ladies, they would call each other huevos for sleeping in late.
Naomi Watts and Nicole Kidman
They have one of the most prominent bestie friendships in the business. They met filming Flirting in 1991, which means the two celebrated Aussies have known each other since they were teens. They call it a sisterhood.
“And we’re like sisters. I mean, we’ve known each other for so long, through so many things,” Nicole Kidman said of her friend at the 2015 Women in a Film awards show. It’s all about love and respect.