Despite rumors that claim that "The Vampire Diaries" stars Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder are getting back together, the ex-couple's actions are saying loud and clear that they have moved on with their lives.
At Comic-Con in San Diego, Somerhalder was seen getting cozy with new girlfriend "Twilight" star Nikki Reed, while Dobrev appeared to be having fun with the single life as she was linked to not one, but two men on different occasions.
It has been reported that Dobrev and "Lord of the Rings" actor Orlando Bloom had a great time dancing and flirting with each other at a July 25 Comic-Con party hosted by actor Zachary Levi.
They "couldn't keep their hands off each other" and "were kissing for about 20 minutes," a source told Us Weekly.
Hollywood Life is also spilling exclusive details about another night wherein Dobrev was allegedly spotted kissing "Baby Daddy" actor Derek Theler. The website is reporting that the two were seen getting cozy at the Entertainment Weekly Annual Comic Con Celebration at FLOAT inside the Hard Rock Hotel.
"Nina was having the time of her life and looked like she didn't have a care in the world. She was dancing all night and was so giddy. She mingled with everyone," an alleged eyewitness said.
Meanwhile, things seem to be getting serious between Somerhalder and Reed, who have recently adopted a horse together. The "Vampire Diaries" star shared a photo of the horse on Instagram last Tuesday.
"Proud new dad … What amazing creatures they are. Wow. His name is Eagle. Thank you @iamnikkireed for snapping this special moment, with our big baby boy," he captioned the photo.
Somerhalder and Reed's adoption of Eagle comes only a few weeks into their romance. The pair was first seen together at an L.A. farmers' market last month, and were also spotted holding hands at Comic-Con. Both are known animal lovers as the 35-year old actor has created the Ian Somerhalder Foundation in part to help abandoned animals and end animal cruelty. Reed regularly makes use of her Instagram account to help pets find adoptive homes.