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Nikki Reed & Ian Somerhalder: She’s ‘Relieved’ Nina Dobrev Quit ‘TVD’

Tue, April 7, 2015 6:57pm EDT by Chris Rogers 45 Comments

While fans are absolutely wrecked over the news that Nina is leaving ‘The Vampire Diaries’ at the end of its current season, there’s one person in particular who will be happy to see the actress go — Ian’s fiancee, Nikki Reed. Find out all the EXCLUSIVE details here!

We still can’t believe that Nina Dobrev is leaving The Vampire Diaries — we were literally crying all day. But Ian Somerhalder‘s fiancee, Nikki Reed, feels differently, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned. She’s practically throwing a party over the news.

Nikki Reed On Nina Dobrev Leaving ‘The Vampire Diaries’ — She’s ‘Relieved’

“One person who isn’t sad to see Nina leave is Nikki. She has definitely been persona non grata on the set and it made things uncomfortable with her and Ian. It’s a relief that Nikki can now visit her fiance on set and not worry about any awkwardness with his ex and her friends,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.

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We can understand why Nikki would be relieved to hear that Nina is leaving the show, but she didn’t have to visit Ian on set. If things were awkward, she could have stayed away and just saw Ian when he returned home. But to each their own.

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Sorry — we’re just a bit upset that Nina is leaving TVD. It’s hard to imagine our favorite show without its heroine. Nina has always been the heart of the show and we’re sad to see her leave. Obviously, Nikki had no control over whether Nina stayed or left, so we’re certainly not blaming her.  It’s just hard to hear that people are happy over this unsettling news.

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What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should The Vampire Diaries go on without Nina Dobrev? Vote in our poll and tell us how you feel!

— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Tim Plant