Nina Dobrev is clearing the air about media reports of her feud with former “Vampire Diaries” co-star Paul Wesley.
The Canadian actress, 30, joined Barstool Sports “Chicks in the Office” podcast and addressed some comments she made about Wesley earlier this year, admitting that she and the actor, 37, “didn’t get along at the beginning of the show.”
According to Dobrev, however, the whole “story was blown out of proportion to such a crazy degree.”
“I guess nothing else was happening that week ‘cause every outlet picked it up,” she explained. “I felt like I was Brangelina. You know what, guys? We’re not.”
When Dobrev mentioned their “feud” she was only referring “a very brief moment in time [when] we did not get along.”
“Just like any human wouldn’t. If you said that you and your parents have loved each other unconditionally and your siblings from the moment you were born until the day that you die, you’d be a f**king liar,” she continued.
“You spend every waking moment together — probably more moments than you do with your real family because you’re there from, like, five in the morning until midnight, 6 a.m. sometimes,” she continued.
“So you see each other with makeup, without makeup, on good days, on bad days, when you’re hungry, when you’re thirsty, when you’re tired. So, there are going to be mood swings. It was one of those things that we just — it’s not that we didn’t like each other. We just didn’t appreciate each other as much as we do now — and that, of course, got blown [out] of proportion. They took one sentence out of context and deleted all of the other ones where I’m like, ‘I love him. We’re best friends now.’”
“Vampire Diaries” wrapped in 2017.