‘The Vampire Diaries’: Bonnie’s Dead! But Will She Make It Through Graduation?

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In case you haven’t seen the latest episode of The Vampire Diaries, we’re sorry to be the ones to break the bad news to ya, but… Bonnie’s dead!

To catch you up, on the show titled “The Walking Dead,” Bonnie’s attempt to perform an Expression spell backfires, and takes her life. In the very last seconds of the ep, her grandmother tells now-ghost Bonnie that it was too much for her to handle. Bonnie then turns around and notices her corpse on the ground, and proclaims, “I’m dead!” That’s all we know so far.

For those who are avid TVD watchers, you should be well aware that death doesn’t always equal disappearance from the show. (i.e. Vicki, Anna, Alaric, Lexi, Jeremy(!), etc.) So, as you’ll notice, Kat Graham‘s character will 100% be in the last episode of Season 4. But with graduation looming, how’s she to explain to her friends — particularly Caroline (Candice Accola) — that her heart no longer beats? In an exclusive clip on Entertainment Weekly‘s site, the news of Bonnie’s demise may have to come sooner than she plans. (Watch here!)

Do you think Bonnie will spill the beans before the big ceremony? What do you think this means for Kat’s character? Reveal all your witch-y thoughts in the comments below, or on our Vampire Diaries message board!

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