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The Vampire Diaries’ Caroline Forbes has gone through quite the transformation over the past few seasons. She started off as your stereotypical bitchy cheerleader hated by pretty much everyone (including me) and now, she’s a tough vampire chick trying to find herself. I love Caroline now that she has grown up, so I was pretty excited to read a recent interview Candice Accola did on her character and others in the show, like Klaus and Tyler. Check it out:

When you started on VAMPIRE DIARIES, did you know that Caroline was going to turn into a vampire and, on occasion, a major ass-kicker?
I definitely did not know. It was a very wonderful surprise, especially considering that at the end of the opener for Season Two, Caroline dies, so it’s nice to know that I had an opportunity to come back and still be part of the show, but now as a vampire.

At this point, in terms of Caroline’s love life, are you Team Tyler, Team Matt or Team Klaus?
I am officially Team Caroline. I think that Caroline just needs to learn a lot about herself and that the audience hasn’t really met all of Tyler or all of Matt [or Klaus], so I think it’s too soon to decide.

Given the perils Caroline has consistently faced, have you read any scripts and thought before coming to the end, “Oh, no, I’m dead”?
No, I’ve just learned to accept it, because [if a character is being killed off], we’ll get an official phone call, and I haven’t received any official phone calls, so I feel okay at this point.

Read the full interview HERE.

While the interview Candace did was short, it did revealed one big thing – Caroline isn’t dying… yet. That’s excellent news for all of the Caroline fans here.

What are your thoughts on Caroline’s love life? Are you team Matt, team Tyler or team Klaus? Personally, I kind of like the idea of single Caroline. She needs to figure herself out first. But, her and Klaus could be fun too.

- Moonlight

About the Author

Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. She writes for top genre sites like vampires.com and werewolves.com. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way). You can stalk her via her Twitter http://twitter.com/deaaqua