School of Rock stars Caitlin Hale and Angelo Massagli are in a real-life romance

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Photo credit: Paramount
Photo credit: Paramount

School Of Rock has got a resurgence in interest lately, thanks to it arriving on Netflix, and TikTok realising how wholesome it is.

And now fans have just noticed two of its child stars are in a relationship, and have been for a while.

Caitlin Hale, who played singer Marta (aka Blondie) in the 2003 film, and Angelo Massagli, who was security guard Frankie, are together in real life.

Photo credit: Netflix
Photo credit: Netflix

The news was spotted by TikTok user @marfymae who wrote: "FRANKIE AND MARTA FROM SCHOOL OF ROCK ARE A COUPLE?!"

The pair have been together since at least 2018, often sharing pictures together on their social media accounts.

These days, Caitlyn is an OB-GYN Ultrasound Technologist while Angelo has a law degree.

School Of Rock featured Jack Black as out-of-luck rocker Dewey Finn, who lied his way into a substitute teacher role at a prestigious school.

After discovering the kids had musical talent, he sets to work putting together a band to win the renowned Battle Of The Bands competition.

Recently the movie has been getting praised across social media, with people pointing out Black's character only encourages the kids and treats them with respect.

A scene from the movie recently went viral online, when Dewey speaks to singer Tomika about her weight insecurity.

He gives a speech, telling her: "You heard of Aretha Franklin, right? She’s a big lady, but when she starts singing, she blows people’s minds, everybody wants to party with Aretha.

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"You know who else has a weight issue? Me. But once I get up on stage, start doing my thing, people worship me. Because I’m sexy, and chubby, man."

When asked why he doesn't go on a diet, Dewey responds: "Because I like to eat. Is that such a crime?"

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