'The Vampire Diaries' To End With Salvatore Deaths? Check What Paul Wesley And Ian Somerhalder Want In 'The Vampire Diaries' Season 8 [Video]

Alexandria Ingham

There are many theories over who will return and what will happen in The Vampire Diaries Season 8. During San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Clevver News was lucky enough to get interviews with each of the cast members at the fan-centered weekend and asked about the ending. Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder both had similar opinions over the way it all should end.

Somerhalder mimicked those thoughts, but shared in more detail how it should happen. He thinks the brothers should go to the Bahamas and spend a last night together. They spend their time drinking rum until the sun comes up. Just before it does, the brothers would drink to each other, hug, and take their rings off. Once they throw their rings into the ocean, the sun comes up and they die in a blaze of glory.

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During the interviews, Candice King also spoke about Steroline end game. It has been the big question for many fans: will the two end up getting their June wedding? King says that it is possible, but right now Caroline needs to compartmentalize everything. She has a family life separate from her love life. She also has to deal with the supernatural life.

Chances are that while Caroline is still in his life, Stefan won't choose to end his life. However, Klaroline fans—those who ship Caroline and Klaus—would like her to give up her life with Stefan and move to New Orleans to be with Klaus. Some fans would like to see her help Hayley save him and the rest of the Mikaelsons.

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With all that in mind, Damon and Stefan are likely to die in The Vampire Diaries through a fight. They may choose to sacrifice themselves, possibly to try and save each other, but they're not going to choose to just end it all on a beach in the Bahamas. The only way the Bahamas scene could happen is if Elena and Caroline are both gone and the brothers decide it is time to end it all.

— The Vampire Diaries (@cwtvd) August 12, 2016

The Vampire Diaries Season 8 premieres on October 21. It is the final season, so how would you like to see it end?

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