How ‘Vampire Diaries’ Should End, According To Paul Wesley

Wildly popular CW drama TheVampire Diaries is inching ever closer to the finale with every episode. Fans of TheVampire Diaries are dying to know how the series will end. Which vampires will survive? Who will end up with who?

It may not be congruent to the official story, but one of the stars of Vampire Diaries, Paul Wesley, has an idea about how he thinks the show should end. Wesley plays one of the integral pretty-boy protagonists of Vampire Diaries, Stefan Salvatore. Paul spoke to The Huffington Post Live about his end-of-series ideas.

“This is my own personal thing. I think the finale of ‘The Vampire Diaries,’ whenever that may be, is that Damon and Stefan will compel Elena to forget everything that ever happened and she goes back to being a human and they walk off into the sunset, take off their [daylight] rings, and burn.”

Wesley didn’t join the Huffington Post Live broadcast just to talk about the Vampire Diaries finale, however. He was actually there to promote Immigrant Heritage Month, according to the IBTimes. Along with discussions about The Vampire Diaries, Paul discussed his Polish heritage and the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Some fans might be pretty pleased with his hopes for Vampire Diaries or completely horrified at the thought of Damon and Stefan willingly burning to death. Either way, fans will have to wait and see how things actually turn out in The Vampire Diaries Season 6, which will return to the CW Network at 8 pm on Thursday nights starting October 2.

The person who actually decides how The Vampire Diaries will end is creator Julie Plec. It’s still unclear if The Vampire Diaries series finale will be at the end of Season 6 or in a future season. Plec and her writing team have already teased a bit about The Vampire Diaries Season 6, which will apparently undo some of the events of previous episodes. Some spoilers include time travel, more romance between Stefan and Caroline, the triumphant returns of Alaric Saltzman (Matt Davis), Enzo (Michael Malarkey), Tyler (Michael Trevino), Damon (Ian Somerhalder), and Bonnie (Kat Graham), as well as finding out what will happen to Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Jeremy (Steven R McQueen).

What do you think? Are you excited to find out how The Vampire Diaries will end? Are Paul Wesley’s ideas for the end of The Vampire Diaries terrible or totally appropriate? Let us know in the comments below.

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