17 Best TV Crush Confirmations

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Getting to watch two characters crush on one another is just as fun as finally having them admit to it. 

Sometimes it is through a speech, or a look, or even a surprising kiss.

It is all about the way their relationship had managed to build up to that point and the satisfying way that it all paid off in the end. It isn't always that you get a well written couple that manages to take their relationship to the next level almost effortlessly.

Below is a slideshow of couples that had some of the most memorable crush confirmations, whether they were explicit or not. It is safe to say that they are all making us really jealous about our own crush progress right about now.  

1. Klaus and Caroline - The Vampire Diaries

Klaus and Caroline - The Vampire Diaries
Ever since Klaus saved Caroline's life, he started to crush really hard on her. It was very obvious that Klaus was willing to wait until Caroline was ready for a relationship with him, but thankfully we still got some validation in the form of a steamy reunion in the woods. It took a few years but eventually the two found each other again on The Originals and are sailing right towards endgame status.

2. Bellamy and Clarke - The 100

Bellamy and Clarke - The 100
Bellamy and Clarke are the exception to the rule, they haven't said it but have managed to show it over and over again. Besides the interesting camera work this season on The 100 when it comes to Clarke looking at Bellamy, this season during the fourth season is the closest they have come to voicing something. Bellamy chose the end of the world as the push he needed to let Clarke know, but she cut him off because she wouldn't accept that this was their last moment together.

3. Jonah and Amy - Superstore

Jonah and Amy - Superstore
It was obvious from the pilot that Jonah and Amy had a spark, and the two always hovered around their feelings for one another. There was just something about this scene when Jonah mentions he liked Amy not expecting her to admit that she did too. Suffice to say, his reaction was priceless.

4. Magnus and Alec - Shadowhunters

Magnus and Alec - Shadowhunters
It took Alec a while to figure out how to be himself even when he felt like he had a duty to his family. This beautiful moment during his wedding when he finally lets himself just be who he always was and to go be with Magnus who he has feelings for was so important.

5. Jim and Pam - The Office

Jim and Pam - The Office
The first two seasons of the show were counting down to the moment when Jim would clue Pam into just how much he liked her. At first she denied feeling anything back, but then she kissed him back and the rest was history. It may have still take them a little while to actually get together yet their feelings were never something that could be questioned.

6. Kat and Adena - The Bold Type

Kat and Adena - The Bold Type
Kat and Adena had a truly stunning first kiss, not before Kat laid it all out there though. Her speech to Adena meant a lot not only because of the way it started their relationship, but also because of what it meant for Kat as a woman slowly realizing that she is queer. It is safe to say that watching this scene on repeat is a huge must.

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