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Ansel Elgort, Seventeen

Anne Menke

Ansel Elgort identifies more with the brother-sister relationship he shares with Shailene Woodley's character in Insurgent than the romantic relationship he shared with her in The Fault in Our Stars. The actor scored two different covers for Seventeen's April 2015 issue, and in the magazine, the movie star debated whether guys and girls can really be friends. Yes, the themes of When Harry Met Sally... live on.

"If a woman is really pretty, it's kind of hard. I'm not going to lie. Actually, that's not true," Elgort said. "Me and Shailene have a really platonic relationship. I've never once wanted her sexually, which is nice. But for me, if a person is someone I'm attracted to, and she's my best friend, hopefully we're dating."

Woodley, meanwhile, recently revealed to Elle what it feels like to be in love with another person. "You're my lighthouse! You're somebody who holds me high, keeps me safe, you've got my f--kin' back...You also love me whole, wild, and free," the 23-year-old actress said in the magazine's April 2015 issue. "You let me do me, and I'm gonna let you do you! And I'll be the home that you return to."

Ansel Elgort, Seventeen

Anne Menke

Elgort, who is in a relationship with his high school sweetheart Violetta Komyshan, spoils the women in his life—even if they don't always appreciate it. "I like to buy girls shoes and jewelry," the 22-year-old actor said proudly. "I buy stupidly expensive shoes. I got Louboutins for my mom and my girlfriend before. My mom was like, 'I can't wear these; they're too high.' I was like, 'Mom, you have to try them—they're so cool. They're red snakeskin!' She still wears them every so often, but she can't walk in them."

The Carrie actor makes sure to treat Komyshan right in other ways, too. "I like romantic dates—going on a long walk in Central Park and then taking the subway downtown and going out to eat and ordering oysters. After that, you walk around again and talk. Morning dates are nice, too. I love doing romantic s--t. It's fun," Elgort told Seventeen, on newsstands March 24. "It's like you're living in a movie."