First Look On Nina Dobrev's Return To 'The Vampire Diaries' Season 8: Elena To Rise Again
After actress Nina Dobrev officially announced her comeback to "The Vampire Diaries" for its series finale, people have been on the edge of their seats contemplating on which of her roles she is going to portray. After the CW has released the first look on its upcoming finale, it has then been confirmed that she will return as one of the show's main protagonists before she left, Elena Gilbert.
Nina Dobrev Confirmed To Be Returning To "The Vampire Diaries" As Elena Gilbert
It can be recalled that the world of social media among the fans of the CW series "The Vampire Diaries" went ballistic when actress Nina Dobrev posted a photo on her Instagram account confirming her return to the show. The news has been speculated for months, ever since it was announced that its current season will already be their last. Thus, after months of agonizing and waiting on whether or not she will be returning, the fans got the greatest news of their lives. However, there was still another unanswered question - Will she be coming back as Elena, Katherine, Amara or Tatia?
Many fans wanted Dobrev to come back as Elena, to give closure to her love story with Damon (Ian Somerhalder) or Stefan (Paul Wesley). However, some also believe it will be best if she comes back as Katherine since many learned to love her character despite being the villain every once in a while. Nevertheless, CW has finally given the fans the teaser of a lifetime as they released their first official trailer for the season finale. In the clip, Dobrev was seen portraying the role of Elena, waking up from her deep sleep as seen wondering to what looks like the halls of her old high school. Upon this confused state, she utters the words "What happened? Why am I here right now?"
"The Vampire Diaries" Confirmed To End In The Way It Has Always Been Intended To End
Much to fans great anticipation of its footage, that was all there was seen of Dobrev in the teaser for "The Vampire Diaries" season eight finale. According to the show's creators and executive producers, Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson are both thrilled to have Nina back on the show and that they get the chance to end it the way they have always intended it to when they first started creating it.
‘The Vampire Diaries' Finale Spoilers: Nina Dobrev's 'Satisfying' Return As Katherine?
"The Vampire Diaries" finale airs next week and Nina Dobrev comes back probably as both Elena and Katherine.
'The Vampire Diaries' Season Finale: Details On Steroline's Wedding Revealed
There are undergoing speculations as to what could happen in the finale of “The Vampire Diaries”. Some believed that the finale would feature the most-awaited wedding of Steroline.
'The Vampire Diaries' Season 8: On-screen Wedding For Nina Dobrev And Ian Somerhalder Possible?
Fans are seemingly expectant that Nina Dobrev’s return on “The Vampire Diaries” would give way to her reunion with Ian Somerhalder. Could the former couple marry each other onscreen?
'The Vampire Diaries' Season 8 Finale Comebacks: Nina Dobrev, Sara Canning, David Anders, Steven McQueen And More
A lot of familiar faces are coming back to "The Vampire Diaries" season 8 finale. They include Nina Dobrev, Sara Canning, David Anders, Steven McQueen, Kayla Ewell and Michael Trevino.
Photo Of Nina Dobrev With Ian Somerhalder Just Answered All Questions From 'The Vampire Diaries' Fans
Apparently, there is no feud between ex-lovers Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder (Nikki Reed). In a recent Instagram post by the two ladies, it shows that they are in good terms and they are keeping it that way.
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