"If you have a great first date, why don’t you go back and do that? "Because when you think about it psychologically, it’s bringing you back to that moment where you’re still kind of wandering around Disneyland holding hands, being excited about what ride you’re going to go on." As for whether Ventimiglia has someone special to go to Disneyland with, he coyly responds, "I care about my job and my work and I love what I do.' WATCH: Mandy Moore Is 'Totally Ready' to Have Kids After Playing a Mom on While Moore and Ventimiglia may not have real-life romance goals, they certainly have a special bond.
In an earlier interview with ET, Moore praised her co-star for being a great onscreen husband and father.
Proving he too is a hopeless romantic like his character, Ventimiglia adds that he's "big on revisiting first dates" when in a relationship."I know I'm in good hands." Moore, who was recently nominated for a Golden Globe for her role as Rebecca Pearson on the hit NBC series, felt defensive when Ventimiglia failed to garner a nomination."I think everyone in this cast deserved to be nominated," she revealed to ET's Carly Steel.Moore first came to prominence with her 1999 debut single, "Candy", which peaked at number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100.After signing with Epic Records, she released her debut album, So Real, in 1999.