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Nina Dobrev hosted a sushi making dinner party at her home on Saturday night but it is unknown if Ian Somerhalder attended. While she tweeted her excitement to her followers, Ian stayed quiet on Twitter the entire day. It seems reasonable to assume that Ian was enjoying sushi with his girlfriend, but he definitely wasn’t too forthcoming about it.
“Sushi Time! Hosting a sushi making dinner at my house right now. @yum88 the sushi master is teaching us how to make rolls. Yummmmmm (sic),” Nina tweeted. Nina obviously had a ton of fun and ate some delicious food—with or without Ian.
Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev are back in Atlanta working on The Vampire Diaries after a few weeks off at the beginning of the summer. Although there have been some rumors that the two have split, many believe that they are still together. That doesn’t mean that they need to spend every Saturday night together, but fans like to think that something as fun as a sushi night would involve both Ian and Nina.
Ian Somerhalder and girlfriend Nina Dobrev have been hard at work in Atlanta filming the new season of The Vampire Diaries. However, the lovebirds may have one big problem, Ian can’t stop seducing everything in sight!
Don’t worry fans, Somerhalder says it’s only his Vampire Diaries character, Damon Salvatore, that’s misbehaving. He’s not betraying Dobrev!
“Sunday morn. Working on #tvd scenes for the week. Weekends: I’m a good brother, animal dad, son – weekdays? I’m a prick vampire seducing all in sight,” Ian tweeted about himself, and on-screen alter ego, Damon.
However, Somerhalder and his character may not be so different after all. They are both bad boys with a heart of gold, devilishly handsome, and of course, are in love with Nina Dobrev!
Fans are looking forward to seeing Ian Somerhalder as Damon Salavatore when the new season of The Vampire Diaries returns to the CW on October 11th. Are you excited?
Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev have been dating for years but despite their love for one another, Nina has said that getting engaged young isn’t for her. On July 30, Gossip Cop reported that the actress took a bit of a jab at teen queen Miley Cyrus. Evidently Nina feels that she herself is too young to get married—and she’s 22 (3 years older than Cyrus).
“I’m not going to pull a Miley. Eventually I am going to marry and have a family but not any time soon,” the actress told FASHION Magazine (via Gossip Cop). Engagement rumors have been circulating for months but it doesn’t sound like Ian and Nina are thinking about that next step just yet.
Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev have kept their relationship under wraps for as long as they could. At this point in time, they are a bit more comfortable stepping out in public together and even showing a little PDA. For some reason, their baby steps were translated to a huge leap by the media.
As previously reported, sources close to the couple said that Ian was really thinking about putting a ring on it and letting the world know that he and Nina are the real deal. Evidently that is not the case and the pair is just taking it day by day.
Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev make a great couple and their fans hope that their love lasts—engagement or not.
For years? I thought it was just over one year?
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Actor and animal activist Ian Somerhalder is probably one of the most influential voices on Twitter, and this time he’s using his huge platform to praise an upcoming discussion on animal issues at the the United Nation’s agenda meeting.
This week, issues such as, the smuggling of elephant ivory and rhino horn, tiger conservation and illegal trading of great apes are being talked about at the United Nations-backed meeting in Geneva.
Somerhalder tweeted, “YES! It should be! RT @actionforplanet: Elephant ivory and rhino horn on the agenda at United Nations-backed meeting.”
Around 350 participants are in attendance for the meeting of the Standing Committee of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which “oversees the implementation of rules for the international trade in protected wildlife on behalf of the Conference of the 175 member countries of CITES.”
The week-long meeting will continue to discuss the matter of poaching these unique creatures, in addition to the over-exploitation of freshwater turtles and tortoises, frogs and plants from Madagascar and Asian snakes used in the leather industry.
“With elephant and rhino poaching and smuggling levels being the worst in a decade, it is clear that strong additional measures are required,” said the Chairman of the Committee, Øysten Størkersen. “The present meeting will help set the priorities and to ensure the long-term survival of key species we would like to leave to future generations.”