The co-stars were a match made in TV heaven and became an adorable power couple soon after the show took off.They were private about their relationship for its 3-year time span, but openly affectionate at times, making Though they broke up in May 2013, it reportedly didn’t last long.By Valentines Day, all eyes were on Nina and Ian to see whether the pair had stepped out of the friend zone.
While they were reportedly seen canoodling and focused on each other at a restaurant near Atlanta for the special occasion, some mixed signals came by way of Ians tweet, which unromantically referred to the holiday as corporate and a conspiracy of florists and chocolatiers.
To be fair, he also admitted the day serves as a good excuse to spread a little love.
) So, when Monday brought news that star Nina Dobrev would be departing The Vampire Diaries after six seasons with the show, we were met with a very distressing question: What will happen to Delena? And I'm not the only one mourning the possible end. And then there's the fans' hopes that Season 6's finale could signal a Delena finish after all: It certainly helps that L. Smith's book series does end with the couple together.
Even more distressing considering the fact that things don't look too good for the biggest ship The Vampire Diaries has to offer. Of course, Delena fans shouldn't fear the worst though — considering Paul Wesley has also signed on for Season 7, a Stefan and Elena end certainly won't be the answer. And series creator Julie Plec herself seemed to hint that Delena's story is hardly over when talking about the end of Season 6: There is quite the doozy of a storyline coming for Damon and Elena, which is all about their relationship, and how it will work, and how they want to make it work ...
"I’ve come to know him pretty well over the years and they’re great. We just kind of stick them in a corner and let them talk each other’s ears off.
I wish them all the best." The singer-songwriter – who sometimes jams out with King, 35 – kept mum on whether Accola’s real-life pregnancy will be written into TVD (a Caroline and Stefan baby?! And Ian and I just massage each other on the couch," he joked.On November 12, 2013, a report surfaced that they’re hooking up again, fresh on the heels of them hugging and looking at each other lovingly on the red carpet of their show’s 100th episode celebration.To give you the full spectrum of Nian’s relationship, we’ve put together a timeline starting from the first sign of their coupling.According to Deadline, while Dobrev is leaving after Season 6's May finale — though the exact reasons are unclear, contract negotiations seem at least partially responsible for the surprisingly friendly split (Dobrev announced her TVD parting on Instagram with a sentimental post about her co-workers) — Ian Somerhalder, the blue-eyed dream who plays Damon, has signed on for Season 7 of the CW series. The nice thing is they found their way back to each other, and that's good, we want them to have made their way back to each other. And when you throw a mother and some other surprises into the mix, it definitely tests them in fun and really dynamic ways.Which means wherever one-time real-life couple Dobrev and Somerhalder are during the 2015-2016 TV season, they'll be in different places. Which, while bringing them together and keeping them strong, has them asking a lot of questions about how their future will be together, and what they want out of a future together — in a good way!The future of their relationship is still TBA, but fingers crossed that they, like Delena, find their happily ever after.