Jeremy’s (Steven R. McQueen) giant arms aren’t the only surprise guests coming to Mystic Falls on the Dec. 13 winter finale of The Vampire Diaries — we’re also getting a visit from our old buddy Death! Someone’s biting the big one this week, and thanks to EW.com, we can narrow down the list of potential victims to six.
Ian Somerhalder has been mounting a campaign for months now to win himself the part of Christian Grey in the upcoming film adaptation of the book Fifty Shades of Grey, and one of his Vampire Diaries co-stars thinks he’d be perfect for the job.
If you woke up this morning in a panicked sweat, there’s a pretty good chance you’re a Vampire Diaries fan — and Kat Graham tells HollywoodLife.com you have every right to panic. Not only does tonight’s season finale find the good kids of Mystic Falls facing off against their teacher-turned-enemy Alaric (Matt Davis), but it also promises a decision fans have waited three long years for: Will Elena (Nina Dobrev) choose to be with Damon (Ian Somerhalder) or Stefan (Paul Wesley)?
Last week’s episode of The Vampire Diaries focused on “Delena,” but the April 26 installment is all about “Beremy” — no wait, make that “Bamie.” Robert Ri’chard tells HollywoodLife.com that Jamie and Bonnie (Kat Graham) are “looking towards their future,” which begins with a date to the ’20s dance, and that Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) may have to be left in Bonnie’s past.
The Gilbert-Salvatore love triangle is so last week. The March 22 episode of The Vampire Diaries introduced us to a whole new threesome in Damon (Ian Somerhalder), Rebekah (Claire Holt) and Sage (Cassidy Freeman). Of course, their ménage à trois was less about love — and more about straight-up murder.
Tons of celebrities like B.o.B., Pete Wentz, Kat Graham, Brad Womack (The Bachelor), Jenna Bush to name a few got the best schwag while attending the Hard Rock Hotels: “The Sound of Your Stay” Music Lounge and Motorola Cafe’.
Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) has one very good reason to return to Mystic Falls, and it goes by the name of Jamie (Robert Ri’chard.) Although Bonnie’s (Kat Graham) alleged “new love interest” didn’t get too much screen time with her on his inaugural episode of The Vampire Diaries, Robert assures HollywoodLife.com he’ll be back to make some magic happen. “There’s more story to be told, and it’ll drift towards Bonnie because, I guess, she has a pretty flawed love life,” Robert tells me. (Yeah, that’s a bit of an understatement.)