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One Tree Hill
The One Tree Hill Cast Reunion Included Gavin DeGraw Karaoke, Dare Night and All Your Favorite Ravens
Originally posted 07/26/2016 11:25AM
Hilarie Burton, Chad Michael Murray, Bethany Joy Lenz and more of the original stars of the popular drama gathered together over the weekend for the first-ever insideOTH convention in fictional Tree Hill – Wilmington, North Carolina.
In addition to a weekend filled with Q&As and meet-and-greets, the cast also had fun reliving their time as dysfunctional high schoolers, with Michael Copon (who portrayed brief Tree Hill transplant Felix) even leading a Dare Night redux.
Copon, aided by Burton and Antwon Tanner (Skills), even led the group in a karaoke sing-along to the show's Gavin DeGraw theme song, "I Don't Want To Be."
Originally posted 07/07/2016 02:35PM
The convention will take place Nov. 11-13 at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile, and will be put on by EyeCon Conventions
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Originally posted 02/13/2016 04:05PM
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Originally posted 03/03/2015 04:15PM
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Originally posted 09/20/2013 05:30PM
Former One Tree Hill costars Chad Michael Murray and Kenzie Dalton have ended their seven-year-long engagement.
The pair, who got engaged in 2006, "quietly parted ways earlier in the year," Murray's rep tells PEOPLE.
Murray, 32, met Dalton, 25, in 2005 when she had a walk-on role as a high school cheerleader on the show.
Originally posted 01/21/2013 02:00PM
Talk about a perfect birthday.
Country star Brantley Gilbert received the best gift ever in the form of an enthusiastic "Yes!" when girlfriend, One Tree Hill actress and country singer Jana Kramer, accepted his proposal of marriage in Nashville on Sunday, his 28th birthday.
"We could not be happier!" the couple tell PEOPLE exclusively in a statement from their rep. "We are so excited to share this special time with our loved ones and cannot wait to start the rest of our lives together."
Originally posted 08/29/2011 05:00PM
There will be a familiar face back in One Tree Hill for the show's final season.
Chad Michael Murray, who left the series in 2009, will reprise his role as Lucas Scott in a guest appearance.
"The secrets out;) Im excited 2 say that 'Luke' will b reuniting with the amazing OTH cast, Producers & Crew 4 an ep! This is 4 u great fans," the actor Tweeted on Monday.
Lucas, who left Tree Hill with his bride Peyton (played by Hilarie Burton) and their daughter in the show's sixth season, will return after his friend Haley (played by Bethany Joy Galeotti) reaches out to him for help.
Originally posted 02/09/2011 09:50AM
She may have a full time gig as Alex on the CW's One Tree Hill but Jana Kramer has musical aspirations.
And fans of the CW show got their first taste of her burgeoning country music career on Tuesday's episode when the 27-year-old actress debuted her first single, "I Won't Give Up," after signing a deal with Warner Music Nashville.
"'I Won't Give Up' is about never giving up on the ones you love," Kramer tells local news site Examiner.com.
Kramer, who split from Johnathon Schaech in Aug. 2010 after just one month of marriage, says her music is all about celebrating her independence and finding her own voice.
"I wrote this song because I know what it's like to be dependent on someone," she says, "then have to learn to stand on my own again."
Originally posted 01/26/2009 05:15PM
Fans of One Tree Hill know one of the best places to rub shoulders with the cast is at the annual charity basketball game organized by its hoops-obsessed star, James Lafferty.
But not this year.
In a statement posted on OTHfans.com, Lafferty – who has hosted the game in Wilmington, N.C., for the past five years – says problems with fans have gotten in the way of the fun.
"As a result of constant harassment and gross invasions of privacy via e-mail and telephone, targeting myself, my friends and even my family, I no longer feel comfortable holding a fundraiser in such an intimate setting with fans," he wrote in the statement."
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