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'The Vampire Diaries': Lauren Cohan sinks her teeth into Mystic Falls

SN306_419b “The Vampire Diaries” has enlisted former “Supernatural” actress Lauren Cohan as a new vampire, who comes to Mystic Falls, the CW confirms.
Cohan's character, Rose, is described as a sexy and tough, yet elegant, vampire with more than 500 years of bloodsucking experience. For those worried about Damon's (Ian Somerhalder) recent dry spell this season, Zap2It reports that Rose might catch Damon's eye.

On Sunday at New York Comic-Con, “Vampire Diaries” co-creator Julie Plec said, “I think by the time the show is over, Damon will have had sex with every man, woman and child in Mystic Falls.” Could Rose be one of the many?

Cohan makes her debut as Rose in the self-titled Nov. 4 episode “Rose.” She'll also appear in the Nov. 11 episode, with the possibility for more in the future.

For those who aren't familiar with Cohan, check out a clip of her guns-blazing introduction as Bela Talbot on “Supernatural” here.

Readers, are you excited by this casting news? Looking forward to Damon possibly meeting his match and getting some?

-- Vlada Gelman 



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Photo: Lauren Cohan as Bela on “Supernatural.” Credit: Sergei Bachlakov / CW

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Being in love with Damon, as long as the girl is pretty and makes him smile and look romantic...I guess I'll have to allow it.

If it increases the chances of seeing him with his shirt off I am all for it. I just need the mental picture to live vicariously through. Anyone will do. Maybe it can spark a little jealousy from Elena or amp up some more sexual tension. Since the whole neck breaking incident stamped out the flames as of late.

If she can get Elena jealous, then this girl will be golden :)

Hey, maybe she'll even create even more sexual tension/chemistry between Damon and Elena.


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