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Though these reports could possibly be true, neither Nina Dobrev nor Ian Somerhalder has confirmed anything as of yet.
So, fans of "The Vampire Diaries" stars should take everything with a grain of salt until it has been proven true and correct.
And start allowing people to feel a little bit better about themselves. Secondly, these boys, they came into this town, they wreaked havoc, they ruined lives.
I’m really focused on creating this next generation to be the most innovative, compassionate and grateful group of people the world has ever seen. The real beauty of it is that it doesn’t actually come to an end. I’ve called Kevin [Williamson] and Julie [Plec, co-creators] five times last week to find out and understand what’s going on. Honestly, I think the best thing for Mystic Falls would be for these guys and all of these vampires and witches to just go away.
Speculations have it that Ian Somerhalder has regretted marrying Nikki Reed and dumping Nina Dobrev.
If there's no drama, there's nothing to write about. There was never any issue between Nina and Ian and now we have this precious squad selfie to prove it.
Although Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder looked as though they were close in age, in actuality, Dobrev was 24 and Somerhalder 34 when their three-year relationship came to an end.
It's likely the two were at very different places in their lives due to their big age difference, and that can definitley cause waves in a relationship.
A source close to Dobrev told "She decided she wanted to experience other things" before making a long-term commitment.
That could mean that while Dobrev was on board with the idea of a long-term relationship with Somerhalder, she felt things were moving too fast.“I’ve never been busier in my life,” says Ian Somerhalder. All kinds of shows — scripted, unscripted, drama, comedy, docuseries, digital, all of it. It is an amazing way to transfer information, to create engagement and social change. I think social media keeps us in a constant state of want, which I think is very, very dangerous. It’s about time to harness social media and teach our young people that it doesn’t hold as much weight as we think it does.