HOLLYWOOD - Nina Dobrev wanted to make it clear that the rumor that season five of The Vampire Diaries will see the town of Mystic Falls, Virginia completely wiped out by a category 7 tornado is positively false.
She said that she believes that the rumor was most probably started by Ann Coulter who has said that she does not care for the show.
The Republican mouthpiece recently told GOPicky Magazine that Vampire Diaries is one of the most anti-Republican shows she has ever seen.
She said that it even beats out shows like Rawhide, The Wheel of Fortune, and The Real Housewives of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.
Dobrev spoke with Pico de Gallo of Tittle Tattle Tonight and revealed that in season five her character (Elena) and Ian Somerhalder's character (Damon) will enroll in Whitmore College.
She said that Elena will become a cheerleader and Damon will join the varsity badminton team.
Dobrev pointed out that her American Literature professor, Dr. McBrewster Wickerwalker played by Joaquin Phoenix will develop a crush on her and ask her to move in with him and his sister Delilah Wickerwalker played by Ashley Judd.
Meanwhile the wife of Damon's badminton coach will show Damon some very alluringly suggestive photos of her in a black see-thru teddy and suggest that they enter into a May-December relationship.
SIDENOTE: The producer of The Vampire Diaries, Manolo Middlezuck told Tittle Tattle Tonight that some of the celebrities who will be guest starring on season five include Sandra Bullock, Shakira, Len Goodman, Bob Dylan, and Michelle Obama.