'The Vampire Diaries' season 6 spoilers: Elena to die to be with Damon?
New speculations emerged that Elena will die next in the new season of "The Vampire Diaries" to be with Damon.
The fifth season of "The Vampire Diaries" closed with Elena crying over the loss of her "toxic" love Damon Salvatore. Although, it was not clear if Damon died after the Project Kaboom to put an end to The Other Side, it suggested that Damon left and has a bigger chance of not coming back.
It is still unclear what happened to Damon after the Project Kaboom and he left the impression that he exited the series. Initial speculations claimed that Damon will return to Mystic Fall not as a vampire, but as an ordinary human being. This is confirmed by the show's producer who denied to reveal how Damon will be shown next season.
However, latest rumors claimed that Elena will try everything she can to bring back Damon from wherever he is right now. This is also followed by predictions that Elena will die to become human and get back to her true love.
Meanwhile, Stefan and Caroline are reported to be closer next season. Paul Wesley, who plays the role of Stefan, said that something romantic will happen to the pair. Moreover, writers worked hard in building up the relationship of the two, making it not impossible that the two will be romantically linked.
It is also not impossible that a love triangle among Stefan, Caroline and Elena may form. "Elena loved Stefan. Elena's her best friend. Kind of a no-fly zone, which is why I think that if she has had any more-than-friend feelings she's pushed them away or convinced herself otherwise," said executive producer Caroline Dries.
Lastly, the season 6 of "The Vampire Diaries" was reported to include a time jump between the final episode of season five and the premiere of season six. However, it is still unknown where the characters will be after the time jump.
"The Vampire Diaries" season 6 will return on October 2.
Pope Francis used his Christmas blessing to call for an end to fighting in Syria and the Holy Land.
Pope Francis said on Saturday that Christmas had been "taken hostage" by dazzling materialism that puts God in the shadows and blinds many to the needs of the hungry, the migrants and the war weary.
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