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When Candice Accola isn’t craving blood and pining for her werewolf boyfriend on “The Vampire Diaries,” she likes a little “Suit and Tie” with her cocktails.
The 26-year-old starlet turned up the Justin Timberlake as she worked with “Fashion Police” voice of reason George Kotsiopoulos to prep for her photo shoot with Midori, a rep tells omg!. The pair also danced around the studio to Britney Spears and will.i.am.
Of course, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Accola is musically inclined. After all, one of her first gigs was as a backup singer for Miley Cyrus.
While her pipes haven’t been put to great use on “The Vampire Diaries” (just a cover of “Eternal Flame” in season two), she did team up with her boyfriend, The Fray guitarist Joe King, to record a cover of Vitamin C’s “Graduation (Friends Forever)” in honor of the show’s big graduation-themed season finale.
After that dark and emotionally exhausting Vampire Diaries Season 4 finale, it’s to safe to say we could all use with some laughs. So when we found out that The CW is rebooting Whose Line Is It Anyway? and that the revival will feature a “special guest” for each 30-minute episode. we were ecstatic! Best of all? When we chatted with Colin Mochrie at the 2013 CW upfront presentation in NYC, the WLIIA vet revealed an exciting secret about the show: Candice Accola will be guest starring!
Here’s what Colin told Alloy Entertainment: “We’ve had a couple of guests from The CW. In fact, Candice Accola did an episode with us and of course we had to perform some vampire scenes there. She was very pleasant and easy to work with.” So what advice did Colin provide TVD’s kickass blonde with to help ease her improv nerves? “Just don’t have anything planned and be ready to react to anything that happens. And that’s basically it,” he offered.
Eager to find out what sorts of sketches Candice had to do, we asked Colin which of the show’s hilarious traditional games would be returning. He revealed, “All of them even Hoedown.” (Naturally, we expressed our utmost joy and he teased, “Don’t say ‘oh’ like you’re excited. It’s the most horrible game!”) He elaborated, “We’ve done a couple of Hoedowns. We’ve done Props, Sound Effects, and Greatest Hits.
And that’s not all! A new game has been introduced that’s bound to quickly become a fan favorite. “The camera is on the ceiling,” Colin explained with a chuckle. “Meanwhile, the actors are on the floor on their sides and moving around like it’s normal.” When we pointed out that it all sounds like the sort of activity that requires Olympic style training, Colin responded, “You know what? It was all very grueling. I bled through it! But that’s alright — it still got laughs.”
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Arielle Kebbel recaps the crazy finale moments in this season’s last edition of TVD Rehash!
Moving to LA has definitely changed my perspective a little. When I came over, it was kind of a culture shock. I grew up on the beach. It’s just a way of life. You don’t seek out that lifestyle; it’s just day-to-day. You have to seek out the chill people here. That was the biggest difference I noticed. You find different groups of people that live in different areas. I’ve started to absolutely adore living here. I’ve got a green card now, so I plan on living here for a while.
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Thanks to Phoebe Tonkin Wire for the update!