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9 Boyfriends On Vampire Diaries, Ranked Worst To Best

The Vampire Diaries was a modern supernatural action-romance that followed Elena Gilbert and her friends as they encounter vampires, werewolves, and witches – oh my! This series is a wild ride full of supernatural shenanigans and dramatic moments that are great for a wine and popcorn binge session. There were a lot of couples to…

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9 Boyfriends On Vampire Diaries, Ranked Worst To Best

The Vampire Diaries was a modern supernatural action-romance that followed Elena Gilbert and her friends as they encounter vampires, werewolves, and witches – oh my! This series is a wild ride full of supernatural shenanigans and dramatic moments that are great for a wine and popcorn binge session. There were a lot of couples to root for, with characters falling into eternal love at first sight, only to be torn apart by unfortunate events. Now that the series is over, we can officially assess The Vampire Diaries’ line of eligible boyfriends and see who is the worst and who is the best.

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9 Klaus

Of course, Klaus was going to rank dead last. While his affection for Caroline did make him a better person and the spin-off series The Originals does make him a more sympathetic character, sympathy does not equal redemption. Klaus does not hesitate to murder those who stand in his way and will sacrifice innocents to get what he wants.
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The man sealed his entire family away for centuries over a disagreement. Klaus is a real vampire; a ruthless monster who despises humanity. Klaus’ actions throughout the series mark him as a dangerous individual and a messed up person to be with.

8 Damon

Potentially a controversial entry, Damon was not a great partner. He and Elena have tangible chemistry, but Damon as a boyfriend and a person is not wholly redeemable. His dedication to his loves deserves credit, but he has tried to attack both incarnations of Elena on multiple occasions and has threatened Elena’s loved ones over the course of the series. Damon and Elena have been through a lot together and overcome many obstacles of both supernatural and trivial nature; it is this dedication and effort on Damon’s part, along with his eventual warmth towards humanity that stops him from stooping to Klaus’ level.

7 Silas

Silas takes loyalty and eternal love to a whole new level. Silas was supposed to be with Qetsiyah but became immortal and then human with his true love Amara with varying success. This act created all the doppelgangers and had a direct effect on everyone in the show. Not only did he kill humans, vampires, and both created and destroyed the Other Side.
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While Silas was an excellent boyfriend to Amara, he was a terrible boyfriend to his initial partner Qetsiyah, which is something that has been noted when placing him on this list. Talk about a mixed bag boyfriend.

6 Stefan

Another potentially controversial opinion, Stefan is a good boyfriend. He loved Elena totally and stood by her even after they broke up. Their steamy romance in the initial seasons of the show will be remembered fondly by many fans. However, he did try to be with Valerie despite his feelings towards Caroline, which is not fair on either woman. Stefan is a fundamentally good person who generally tries to do the right thing by those he cares about in spite of all the terrible circumstances that surround him. That being said, lying to your partner about your feelings and plans is wrong.

5 Enzo

Enzo is a bit if an enigma. While he does not exactly have the cleanest reputation, but equally he seemed to be a decent boyfriend. While he and Bonnie surprised viewers with their seemingly-out-of-nowhere kiss in season seven, they soon won fans over with their steaming hot romance.
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Not only did he and Bonnie have great chemistry, but they were also a much better fit than Bonnie and Jeremy were. Enzo even stayed with Bonnie after his life ended and encouraged her to live her life. Now, Enzo’s spirit follows Bonnie as she travels the world; that’s pretty great, to be honest.

4 Tyler

Poor Tyler, so many terrible things happened to this guy. While he was initially portrayed to be an aggressive and unpleasant jock, it was soon explained that his behavior was down to his werewolf genes. As a partner, he cared deeply for Caroline and did his best to take care of her. However, after she slept with Klaus while they were having difficulties, Tyler completely cut their relationship. Once they had a big fight and released the tension, Tyler and Caroline cared enough about each other to remain friends before his eventual death at the hands of Damon.

3 Jeremy

Jeremy receives a lot of criticism for being mopey or boring in comparison to other candidates on this list. However, he was deeply in love with Vicki in season one, despite their unhealthy relationship. He also did his best by Bonnie in their odd but honest relationship. Most fans were not into the fact that he dated his older sister’s best friend, but it worked for some people.
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Unlike many of the tough aggressive candidates on this list, Jeremy is in touch with his feelings and many people appreciate having a sensitive partner by their side. It’s a shame things did not work out for him.

2 Alaric

Alaric is an interesting candidate on this list as he is one of the only long-featured adults in The Vampire Diaries. Not only that, but he actually dated and had decent relationships. His initial relationship with Elena and Jeremy’s aunt Jenna was a sweet and pleasant refresher against the dramatic relationships that the younger characters were having. Then Alaric dated Jo and had a wonderfully loving relationship with her, going so far as to marry and expect children with her. Alaric is a loyal and loving partner who is also skilled and handsome; if Jo had survived, they would have been together for the long haul.

1 Matt

Matt did really well in The Vampire Diaries; he was the only human who remained human during his time during the series. When we first meet him, he was a sweet guy who had just been dumped by Elena after the deaths of her parents. After that, he had a lovely relationship with Caroline that had that lovely high-school sweethearts vibe to it.
However, it was his steamy relationship with Rebekah that really showed his true colors. Matt is a sweet and wonderful boyfriend and remained that way throughout the course of the show. It is for this reason that he is number one on this list.
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Jordanian author Fadi Zaghmout announced the release of his new novella Laila, a story of a woman protagonist that challenges the mainstream stereotypes of female sexuality in the region.
Laila is a modern Jordanian woman who grows up in a society where customs and traditions endure. Trapped in a marriage to a man she finds physically revolting, Laila begins to realize secret truths about her sexuality and identity as a woman. Her own sexual needs and desires are in contrast with society’s general perception of women’s roles and expectations, but her reality materializes once she meets a compatible man. The story unfolds in a thrilling and engaging manner and edges towards radical feminism.
“Our Arab societies have fallen under the claws of exaggerated toxic masculinity, the balance between genders have been lost, thus I feel that some radical feminist narrative is needed, at least in literature, to rebalance what’s happening on the ground and help us move forward towards more just societies”, Zaghmout commented, adding that he was inspired by the work of Angela Carter (The Passion of New Eve) and Gillian Flinn (Gone Girl).
In Laila, Zaghmout continues to challenge mainstream stereotypes about gender and sexuality in the region. The book, which was originally released in Arabic in 2018 by Egyptian based publisher Kotob Khan under the name of Laila wal Hamal, was banned in Jordan due to its subversive narrative and bold depiction of women’s sexuality.
Commenting on that, Zaghmout said, “I am very excited about the English release of the book. People find it easier to read about such topics in English, and it will be easier to access for many since it will be available on all main book-selling portals worldwide”.
Like his first two novels translated to English, this book is published by Signal 8 Press, an independent publisher with offices in England and Florida. Translation is done by Hajer Almosleh.
About the author:
Fadi Zaghmout is a Jordanian Author. He holds an MA in Creative Writing and Critical Thinking from Sussex University in the UK.
Passionate about social justice, he started writing on his blog in 2006, hoping to spread awareness about issues of gender equality, body rights and sexual freedoms.
Previous works by the author include: The Bride of Amman, Heaven on Earth, and Ebra Wa Kushtuban. His books as been translated to English and French languages.

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Janelle Monáe Leads The Revolution In Stirring ‘Turntables’ Video

YouTube “We are in the middle of a revolution right? What’s a revolution without a song and a song without a revolution.” That’s the question the Grammy-winning artist Janelle Monáe posed to Entertainment Weekly when describing her latest single, “Turntables.” The song was released on and flips between cleverly rapped lines about “liberation, elevation, education” and a harmonic…

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“We are in the middle of a revolution right? What’s a revolution without a song and a song without a revolution.”
That’s the question the Grammy-winning artist Janelle Monáe posed to Entertainment Weekly when describing her latest single, “Turntables.” The song was released on and flips between cleverly rapped lines about “liberation, elevation, education” and a harmonic refrain with clear gospel influences. It’s Monáe’s take on a contemporary protest song, a call for a political sea change, in the vein of, say, Billie Holiday’s “Strange Fruit” or Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power.”
Courtesy of Atlantic RecordsAnd on Tuesday (September), Monáe released a moving music video — or, as she calls it, an emotion picture — that solidified that message. The visual opens and closes with the singer walking along the beach in a beige trench coat and military cap. At times, she can be seen singing into a retro microphone before an American flag; in others, she moves through staged breakfast scenes, with a family reading through newspaper headlines as they mouth her lyrics. The visual flashes through archival and contemporary footage depicting inspirational figures past and present: Where one scene shows the model and activist Jillian Mercado at a photo shoot, another depicts a conversation with lifelong activist Angela Davis.
What rings true without is a hopeful cry for change and for equality, and a recognition of those who have been leading that fight for decades. Monáe wrote “Turntables” for the new Amazon Studios documentary, All In: The Fight for Democracy, that shines a light on voter suppression, particularly through the lens of Stacey Abrams’s failed bid for the Georgia governorship. “Right now, I am focused on turning the election in our favor,” Monáe told Entertainment Weekly, “and I hope this song can inspire those who are on the ground doing the work.”

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Joe Keery’s Reinvention, Mxmtoon’s Carly Rae Jepsen Collab, And More Songs We Love

Getty Images/April Blum The search for the ever-elusive “bop” is difficult. Playlists and streaming-service recommendations can only do so much. They often leave a lingering question: Are these songs really good, or are they just new? Enter Bop Shop, a hand-picked selection of songs from the MTV News team. This weekly collection doesn’t discriminate by…

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The search for the ever-elusive “bop” is difficult. Playlists and streaming-service recommendations can only do so much. They often leave a lingering question: Are these songs really good, or are they just new?
Enter Bop Shop, a hand-picked selection of songs from the MTV News team. This weekly collection doesn’t discriminate by genre and can include anything — it’s a snapshot of what’s on our minds and what sounds good. We’ll keep it fresh with the latest music, but expect a few oldies (but goodies) every once in a while, too. Get ready: The Bop Shop is now open for business.

St. Vincent ft. Yoshiki: “New York”

St. Vincent, the intuitive musical goddess that she is, must have sensed our collective need for another quarantine ballad. Enter “New York [Feat. Yoshiki],” a classical arrangement of the standout single from 2017’s Masseduction. An added string section courtesy of Yoshiki, a Japanese multi-instrumentalist, beautifully complements the song’s original piano instrumentals. What more can I say? “New York isn’t New York / Without you, love” just hits different in the middle of a pandemic. —Sam Manzella

Djo: “Keep Your Head Up”

Last year, Joe Keery (of Stranger Things fame) released a glossy solo album under the moniker Djo. It was titled Twenty Twenty, and its sparkling arrangements ended up being quite far removed from the overall vibe of 2020 the year, but who could fault him for his optimism? Keery has also long been a contributing member of Chicago psych band Post Animal, but Djo is simply Joe — and latest “Keep Your Head Up” feels like several Joes ripping open a vortex in the funk-time continuum. This is a groove, peppered with buzzy synths and icy falsetto and an honest-to-god sax part. It’s akin to Todd Terje doing Tame Impala, a lightheaded cocktail rush that feels both clubby and bedroom ambitious. Positively galactic. —Patrick Hosken

Mxmtoon ft. Carly Rae Jepsen: “OK On Your Own”

When Mxmtoon’s Maia said she recorded “OK On Your Own” for the girls and the gays, she wasn’t kidding. The mellow bedroom-pop bop soundtracks a journey of self-reflection after a breakup, complete with the soft ukulele instrumentals that put the 19-year-old singer-songwriter on the map. Is it revelatory? No, but with pop icon Carly Rae Jepsen lending her sugary-sweet vocals to the second verse, it doesn’t have to be. Now I’m just waiting for “Party for Two.” —Sam Manzella

Video Age: “Aerostar”

Pleasure Line, the third album from emerging indie pop quartet Video Age, delivers perfectly escapist ’80s new wave vibes for when you need to get outta 2020 for just a moment. “Aerostar” is its punchy center, a hip-twisting, shoulder-shuffling groove that delivers quirky robot dance commands (“Slide to the left, now! Shimmy to the right!”) over hoppin’ funk synths and a kickin’ drum machine. It all harkens to a simpler time, one where dance floors were actually a real thing. Oh, the ’80s! —Terron Moore

Ruel: “As Long As You Care”

About a year ago, Australian middle-part heartthrob Ruel told MTV News that for him, “songwriting is exaggerating to an extent.” On his latest, the technicolor, soulful “As Long As You Care,” his exaggeration is so seamless, you’d be forgiven for believing the 17-year-old is actually a time traveler. The neo-soul groove he rides propels everything upward, even as the sound cheekily looks backward. “As Long As You Care” has one amazing hook, coupled with sonic candy that makes his upcoming third EP, Bright Lights, Red Eyes (out October 23) one to watch. —Patrick Hosken

Alycia Bella ft. Boogie: “Cue the Sun”

Something magical happens two-and-a-half minutes into “Cue the Sun,” the exploratory new collab between striking R&B voice Alycia Bella and rapper Boogie. After piping in the aural equivalent of stage smoke via jazzy piano and gorgeous vocalizations — “It feel like being lost in the right direction” — Bella’s song enters a more sparkly realm for Boogie’s recitations. By the end, you’re lighter, like your mind’s been cleared of all the cobwebs. Cue the sun. —Patrick Hosken

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