Make no mistake: the two stars have been by each other’s side throughout the month of January.” . News, “They have a similar group of friends and have been seeing each other on the low for a little while.
Almost the entire cast of "The Vampire Diaries" was at the premiere of "Let's Be Cops" to support Nina Dobrev, who stars in the movie.
The nine part docu-series focuses on the issue of climate change. Doing a little victory dance with @iamnikkireed, @thejram & @polivierjr," the picture was captioned.
Other celebrities who were a part of the project include Olivia Munn, Jessica Alba and Harrison Ford.
It looks like, Reed was feeling threatened by the possibility that, if her husband and his former girlfriend reunited on the show, they would reignite their lost love. She has no issues with this whatsoever.”“It’s what she and I kind of agreed on when she decided to move on, and it’s what I’ve got in my head…
The duo were spotted together at LAX Airport taking a flight to Atlanta for the filming of the upcoming season. The idea of Ian and Nina reuniting on screen for The Vampire Diaries doesn’t bother her one bit.Eyebrows really started to raise about the potential hook-up alert between Nina and Ian back when they were spotted spending downtime Down Under together, bonding over the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.The romantic locale served as a perfect place for the duo to test the waters between them literally. Eyebrows really started to raise about the potential hook-up alert between Nina and Ian back when they were spotted spending downtime Down Under together, bonding over the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.To be fair, he also admitted the day serves as a good excuse to spread a little love.after six seasons is a bit of an understatement, with fans and media alike soon speculating that she was leaving the CW hit series due to her 2013 break up with co-star Ian Somerhalder (despite the fact the two have remained friendly, even addressing their split on stage at the People's Choice Awards while accepting the award for "Best Chemistry" in 2014).