One fang-tastic reunion!
Nina Dobrev and Kat Graham delighted Vampire Diaries fans with their surprise hang out on Sunday, June 13. Taking to Instagram Stories, the 32-year-old Canadian actress teased that she was in the mood to have a little fun.
"Surprise Sunday Funday," Nina captioned her video.
The CW star then began to explain her weekend plans, sharing in a short clip, "So I was sitting here on a Sunday, just chilling, and I thought to myself, 'Can I break the internet?'"
"And then I thought, 'Yes, I think I can break the internet,'" she continued, before revealing that Kat was sitting beside her the whole time. "Consider yourself broken, internet."
"I love you so much," the 31-year-old star told Nina and sweetly kissed her on the forehead.
Naturally, Nina's prediction was correct. On her main Instagram feed, the Degrassi alum posted a selfie with Kat and many of her followers gushed over their reunion in the comments section.
"YOU REALLY DID BREAK THE INTERNET NINA," one person wrote, with another replying, "THE BEST DUO IS BACK IM LIVING."
The gal pals appeared to have a low-key hangout, as they both rocked casual outfits for their reunion. Kat wore a blush-colored shirt and denim jeans, while Nina donned a graphic tee and shorts.
Fans of the drama series, which came to an end in 2017, might recall that Nina recently reunited with another Vampire Diaries co-star: Paul Wesley.
During Super Bowl weekend in February, the former cast members, along with their significant others, enjoyed a ski and snowboarding trip in Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Nina hit the slopes with her Olympic gold medalist boyfriend, Shaun White. And Paul's wife, Ines de Ramon, also joined in on the fun.
The double date proved to be unforgettable, as the 38-year-old actor shared footage of his snowboarding skills and selfies with the group. "My kind of superbowl Sunday," he wrote at the time. Nina added on her Instagram, "sometimes you gotta double up to double down."
Although Paul previously admitted that he and Nina didn't get along while filming the hit CW series, it's clear they have since become good friends.
"We totally clashed [the] first couple years in terms of just getting on each other's nerves, and then developed this wonderful friendship," Paul revealed about their past rift. "So it's like this nice, happy ending."
Nina also echoed similar sentiments in 2019, explaining on the Directionally Challenged podcast, "I respected Paul Wesley, I didn't like Paul Wesley."
"I remember everyone would walk up to me after the show aired and they'd be like, 'Are you and Paul dating in real life?'" Nina recalled. "Because everyone thought that we had such good chemistry... And we despised each other so much, that it read as love. We really just didn't get along the first maybe five months of shooting."
Despite not liking each other at first, they have most certainly put the past behind them. As Nina described, she "never thought that he would be one of my best friends."