Nina Dobrev has been enjoying the single life after she split from her Vampire Diaries co-star Ian Somerhalder in 2013, but now People magazine confirms that she is dating Glen Powell. The new couple was spotted sharing a steamy smooch at her pal Julianne Hough’s wedding over the weekend.
The two have been rumored to be dating since January after ringing in the New Year with friends in Texas. Powell was also spotted at the Los Angeles premiere of Nina’s film xXX: Return of Xander Cage and they also attended a Golden Globes after party together. He was part of her La La Land birthday party, where they recreated the signature pose from the Oscar-winning film.
In the past the Bulgarian-born actress has been romantically linked to the Hidden Figures star since January after previously dating her co-star Ian Somerhalder for more than three years.
After finishing shooting the last scene from ‘The Vampire Diaries’, Nina posted a farewell photo with her ex, Ian Somerhalder, and his wife, Nikki Reed. “Can’t believe how time flies. Farewell dinner with team Somereed! So good catching up with these goofballs,” she wrote.
“So here’s to putting an end to all those fake stories of on set jealousy, betrayal, made-up-friendships lost and women hating women,” Reed told her 1.6 million Instagram followers. “Because at the end of the day, that’s what this is about: teaching girls that you have to hate other girls only breeds a generation of women who believe you have to hate other women. And that’s what these magazines, websites and blogs don’t understand. That is the harmful unintended consequence of their bulls–t stories and we have a moral responsibility to fix that. Let’s turn this page together, as we all walk into the next chapter peacefully. And finally, let’s use this as an example of how important it is to stop this trend of writing horrible headlines about women, painting us as bitter, angry, insecure, heartbroken, childless, feuding, backstabbing monsters because whether we want to admit it or not, it changes the way all women view themselves,” she wrote. “…Let’s shift what we put into the universe starting now, and hopefully we will start to see a shift in the way we treat each other and view ourselves.”