Vampire Diaries Spoilers via E!Online & TVLine – Will Elena Take the Cure?

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Check out these teases for The Vampire Diaries from E!Online’s Spoiler Chat and TVLine’s Ask Ausiello.

Via E!Online:

Chrissy: With Michael Trevino leaving TVD, will we get to see a goodbye of some kind between Tyler and Caroline?

Remember Forwood?! Memories, huh? “Michael [Trevino] and I do have some scenes coming up. We’re going to be reminded of the journey that they’ve had up to this point,” Candice Accola teases. “It’s just very real. It was a very honest moment between the characters. It was just very simple and honest of where these characters are at this point in their lives.”

Seamus: So glad we finally got to learn more about Enzo on TVD. But is he going to hook up with Damon’s mom?!

That’s exactly the question the show wants you to be asking about Enzo and Lily (Lilenzo?). “You’re not quite sure where the relationship is going to go. It could lead to a number of things,” Michael Malarkey says. “We’ve intentionally left that open. There’s moments in upcoming episodes where you see real chemistry real there, where you think, ‘Oh maybe it could be something more than just friendship.’ We’ve left the door open.” As for how Damon will react to his mom and his BFF’s connection?  “We don’t explore it too much, but I’m sure we’re going to be delving more into it in season seven. It’s briefly touched upon, but not really enough to comment on!”

Via TVLine:

Question: Longtime reader here. Now that Nina Dobrev is leaving The Vampire Diaries, does that mean Elenawill be taking the vampire cure? Thanks! — Kristen

Ausiello: It certainly seems like Elena’s jonesing to take the cure, doesn’t it, Kristen? (Especially after that clip we posted with her dreaming of having children with Damon.) We can’t confirm that Elena willend her run as a human or a vampire, but know this: Damon’s decision to share the cure with her (or not) will result in a “massive fallout” — not just for Elena, but for everyone on the show, according to executive producer Caroline Dries.


Ruthie took her passion for The Vampire Diaries books and started Vampire Diaries Online in February 2009. After 10 years online, she continues to engage with fellow TVD fans here and on Twitter, sharing in the love of The Vampire Diaries. #TVDForever


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