‘The Vampire Diaries’ notes: Ian Somerhalder, Kat Graham, Joseph Morgan

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Ian SomerhalderWith there being so much going on at the moment when it comes to “The Vampire Diaries,” we haven’t had the space lately to really delve much into what some of the individual actors have been up lately. However, that changes courtesy of this article. Want to know more season 4 scoop? You can check it out here; but this article in particular is about accomplishments away from the show.

Ian Somerhalder – Monday has been an interesting day for the actor, to say the least. After meeting President Barack Obama back in 2012 as a meeting to talk about issues impacting younger generations (which featured a number of TV and film stars), Ian decided to take the trip to Washington in order to see the inauguration in person.

The problem? As he announced on Twitter, the man managed to lose his ticket while getting food on the way to the occasion. After getting the time away from set to come, this is hardly what he expected to happen … though it still looks as though he managed to catch the ceremony in some other shape or form while talking about it online.

Kat Graham’s music video – In case you haven’t see it yet, the woman behind Bonnie Bennett has released another new video in “Wanna Say.” Is there anyone who really works harder at being a triple threat than she does? We already know that she can act, and she does plenty of singing and dancing in this clip that certainly brings to mind one of her influences in Paula Abdul.

Joseph Morgan’s short film – Speaking of people who are busy, the man behind Klaus has just released a thirty-second look at his upcoming short film “Revelation,” which features former “Girlfriends” star Persia White. Based on what we’re seeing here, there is really only one word we can use to describe this: terrifying.

Just in case you haven’t heard the latest news on the upcoming “Vampire Diaries” backdoor pilot “The Originals,” you can find out more information by clicking this link.

Photo: The CW

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