The Seven visits Caroline’s house, Nina Dobrev on Regis & Kelly

The Seven has been to the “Vampire Diaries” set this month. While there, Candice Accola gave them a quick tour of Caroline’s house. The episode in which she stars aired yesterday. You can see her part below, many thanks to MTV for uploading!

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In addition to Nina’s KTLA Morning appearance, the beauty stopped by Live with Regis & Kelly earlier today. She was second, after Alec Baldwin (lucky girl!). The one and only Nina Dobrev Network has taped her appearance for everyone who missed it. Check it out here and visit the site’s gallery for HQ screen captures.

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Nina Dobrev interview with Jezebel Magazine: “It’s [next season] just going to get more and more intense.”

“The Vampire Diaries” star Nina Dobrev on acting, her character, Elena, and why she loves Atlanta.

Nina Dobrev didn’t exactly emerge from out of nowhere to land the highly coveted role of heroine Elena Gilbert on “The Vampire Diaries.” She’d previously spent four years on the Canadian teen drama “Degrassi: The Next Generation” and had small parts in films such as “Away From Her” and “Repo! The Genetic Opera.” But the show (which is filmed in Decatur and Covington) was a huge step up the Hollywood ladder for the 21-year-old Dobrev, who clearly relishes the challenges The CW network hit presents. We recently spoke with the Bulgarian-born, Toronto-bred beauty about her acting background, her ATL food addictions and what fans can expect from season two of “The Vampire Diaries.”

JEZEBEL: You got into the arts at a very early age. What initially sparked your interest in performing?

NINA DOBREV: I was always a really outgoing kid. My parents didn’t know what to do with me because I was so high energy, and my friends and I were always putting on little plays at home. I started doing gymnastics and ballet, so I was always performing in some way. Then I went to a performing arts high school in Canada where we studied music, dance and theater, and I realized that that was where I was happiest.

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