Vampire DiariesIT’S ALL HAPPENING… We are on a one-week countdown to the start of Vampire Diaries Season 4 and Entertainment Weekly unveiled a stunning new TVD cast photo featuring all of your favorites – Matt, Meredith, Rebekah, Elijah, Klaus, Stefan, Elena, Damon, Bonnie, Tyler, Jeremy, and Caroline all present and accounted for.

And KSiteTV has our first look at images from The Rager (EP403) and we even get a look at upcoming guest star Grace Phipps as April.


Paul Wesley and Torrey DeVitto

Actor Paul Wesley (R) and Torrey DeVitto attend The 2012 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party Presented By L’Oreal Paris at Fig & Olive Melrose Place on September 21, 2012 in West Hollywood, California.

Paul Wesley on “The Tonight Show”

Paul WesleyHe’s always up to something, and last night (September 20) Paul Wesley was in the house at “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”

And while the “Vampire Diaries” hunk was supposed to be promoting his hit CW show’s upcoming season, he ended up sharing a special memory with Jay instead.

Paul began, “I’ve met you, Jay. You probably won’t remember this, but we’ve met before. I have to give you a little backstory. One of my first jobs when I first started out acting was a commercial for an amusement park. And my job was to ride on a roller coaster and sit in the front row and pretend like I’m having a great time.”

“So after the seventh run on the coaster, I vomited all over myself and I was promptly fired… So they sent me home and I was super depressed and I got a check two months later from the commercial. And I’m this young actor and I don’t have any money… the check was for $27,000. I go straight to the Mercedes dealership and I buy a $26,700 Mercedes.”

Wesley continued, “So, here’s where you come in. So I’m driving down Ventura Boulevard. And I’m on a hot date because I can finally get girls because I have this Mercedes… I see this cool sports car at the traffic light… I pull up next to the sports car and I’m like, ‘Yo, bro. Roll down your window, bro,’ and it’s you, it’s Jay Leno.”

“At first I was like, ‘Holy crap it’s Jay Leno,’ but then I said, ‘Yo bro, you wanna race?’ You took a look at me, you took a look at my date, and you said, ‘I’ll race you for the girl.’ And then you took off and that was it. I didn’t move. I was stuck at the light. And the girl never called me again.”

Paul Wesley

Paul Wesley

Paul Wesley

Episode Stills for Growing Pains (Season 4 Premiere)

The Vampire DiariesHere they are! The CW has released 16 IMAGES from The Vampire Diaries Season 4 premiere episode, Growing Pains (EP401). Check them out in the Gallery or click on the images below. The episode airs Thursday, October 11, at 8 p.m.

Paul Wesley on the set of the Express SceneMakers Photoshoot

Paul WesleyPaul and some of the other stars of young Hollywood got together to do photoshoots for Express … including Paul’s Vampire Diaries co-stars Candice Accola & Katerina Graham!

What’s better than being young and famous? Being young, famous, and totally trendsetting. In SceneMakers, as advertised in Vogue, the edgy details, jeweled hues, and statement-making prints of the Express Fall Collection keep these fresh faces looking sensational both on-screen and off. Shop these star-worthy looks, and go behind the scenes of the SceneMakers shoot to hear what Nikki Reed, Kat Graham, Katrina Bowden, Candice Accola, Paul Wesley, and Mark Salling have to say about their personal styles.

The Vampire Diaries Season 4

The Vampire DiariesWhen The Vampire Diaries returns on October 11, Elena will presumably in the middle of her transformation, as Stefan, Damon and the others struggle to come to grips with the fact that she is now a vampire.

Will she transition smoothly and without giving into her lust for human blood and killing someone? Or will Damon get his way, and Elena will embrace the side of her which is more similar to Katherine than she’d like to admit?

The Vampire Diaries

Society is a human product

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I’ll leave you with this quote from Sigourney Kournikova: ‘It’s been nice educating you.’

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