Thanks to Warner Bros. we have an exclusive clip for you guys from The Vampire Diaries Complete 5th Season DVD Bonus Features. Kat Graham talks challenges on the set of TVD. Stay tuned for our complete review of the set, and a chance to win your own copy! The Vampire Diaries Complete 5th season is available Tuesday, September 9th on DVD and Blu-ray. Pre-Order Yours today!
PopSugar caught up with Kat Graham in NYC recently. Check out what Kat has to say about Bonnie returning for Season 6, her being the face of Foster Grant sunglasses, and her recent cameo in Demi Lovato’s new music video.
Friday, June 20, 2014 was World Refugee Day and Kat Graham talks with CCTV to discuss.
Access Hollywood Live chatted recently with Kat Graham, she confirms she’ll be back for season 6 (of course we weren’t worried…) and more!
Yesterday, The Vampire Diaries cast was honored at the 6th Annual Children Mending Hearts Fundraiser “Empathy Rocks: A Spring into Summer Bash”. Corbin Bleu presented the Cast of Heroes Award to TVD representatives, Kat Graham, Michael Trevino and Kayla Ewell. The Vampire Diaries cast was being recognized for their commitment to improving social change and awareness around the world. To view photos from the event, head on over to our friends at Vampire Diaries Russia.
Check out Kat Graham’s speech below, and you can view more videos from the event over at First Coast News.
Kat Graham will be joining HuffPostLive at 12:50 PM ET to dish on the show, her new single “Power” and to share the experience from her recent trip to Jordan with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. I’ve been selected to participate in the chat, so see you guys there!
UPDATE: We have now embedded the full video below! Enjoy!
Our very own Kat Graham guest stars in the Cycle Two Premiere of Who’s Line Is It Anyway? on Friday March 21st on The CW at 8/7c, so make sure to tune in! In the meantime, check out these photos and a description of the episode!
THE COMEDY FANGS COME OUT — WITH GUEST STAR APPEARANCE BY KAT GRAHAM (“The Vampire Diaries”) — Hosted by comedian Aisha Tyler, cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, along with guest comedian Greg Proops (“Trust Us With Your Life”), put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games that are prompted only by random ideas supplied by the studio audience. The four performers must use the little information they have and their wild imaginations to depict different characters and an array of scenes, as well as perform songs. After each round of improvisation, Aisha will dole out points to our four performers and declare a winner at the end of every episode. Directed by Geraldine Dowd.
The Vampire Diaries was represented at the aTvFest in Atlanta, GA February 8th, by Executive Producer, Julie Plec, TVD Cinematographer, Daren Ganet, Kat Graham, Zach Roerig, Michael Trevino and TVD newbie, Michael Malarkey. Thanks to Sue Cason, we have video from the panel that day.
Check this out guys! Kat Graham stops by the Yoplait Greek Taste-Off store in SoHo NYC for a Taste-Off. A national taste test revealed that nearly two out of three Americans prefer the taste of Yoplait Greek Blueberry over Chobani Blueberry Fruit on the Bottom. Taste-off for yourself at GreekTasteOff.com.
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The CW has started the countdown to The Vampire Diaries return with their 100th Episode! Check out the Instagram video from Kat Graham including a brand new spoilery clip!
E!Online has posted great interviews with Candice Accola and Kat Graham. They talk about what we can expect from the 100th episode! The episode airs next Thursday, January 23rd on The CW! Click the screecap below to view the video interviews over at E!Online.
Check out TV Guide’s latest Vampire Diaries Bite! Kat Graham talks Bonnie and Jeremy, and *Spoiler Alert* Bonnie and new character Tessa’s “connection”.
A major reality check: Bonnie wanted to keep her death a secret for as long as possible, but her father’s murder in the premiere made Bonnie realize the reality of the situation. “Even though she had passed, that was reason enough for her to be like, ‘It’s OK, give it some more time and it’ll figure itself out. Let’s just keep [my friends] as happy as possible,'” Graham says. “But when her father gets murdered it was this harsh slap into reality of what she could’ve done had she been alive and what she could’ve done differently.”
A new ally: The introduction of Tess (Janina Gavankar) will lead to some stunning revelations. “They have a connection which you’ll soon find out is much deeper and more long-lasting than everyone could’ve thought,” Graham says. “What it becomes is really cool.”