The Vampire Diaries actress and multitalented singer/dancer/songwriter has been making music for a long time now, but the instantly catchy Put Your Graffiti On Me shows growth and a new sonic direction for Graham!
Kat's new sound is less dance and gay than her previous efforts and it is more rhythmic meets Top 40 - with edge! It's fresh beats paired with pop melodies!
The percussion-heavy Put Your Graffiti On Me reminds us of the best of Hollaback Girl by Gwen Stefani and Lose Your Breath by Destiny's Child!
And speaking of Destiny's Child, the super sexy and colorful music video was choreographed by Beyonce's choreographer, Sheryl Murakami.
We hope you're getting pumped for tonight'a episode, because Bonnie is back — and BIG things are starting to happen!
As Vampire Diaries starts to delve in deeper into the mythology of the Original Family, more is going to be learned about the original line of witches as well, namely Bonnie's ancestors. Stoked to a HUGE storyline coming up, Kat Graham sat down for an in-depth interview to discuss what kind of secrets and twists are down the road for the rest of the season. She talks about Bonnie working with her mother, her truce with Stefan and how her morals as a witchy-witch will affect her relationship with Elena.
Check out the video (above) to hear MORE from Kat about The Vampire Diaries.
That all sounds great … but girl, have we seen that outfit before? We really feel like we've seen it before! And… we think we've seen that chair before too! Is that…could that be…
Is that adirondack chair from Dawson Leery's front yard????
Rob Schneider just put his foot in his mouth in a MAJOR way. On Monday, Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis took to Twitter to honor Martin Luther King Jr., and the Waterboy alum felt the need to chime in for some reason.
The 53-year-old went on social media to try to explain MLK Jr.'s significance to the politician, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of all days.
But, considering the 76-year-old is actually the last surviving member of the "Big Six" civil rights leaders responsible for creating 1963's March on Washington, and has actually PERSONALLY worked with the iconic activist, we're not sure why he needed a history lesson from a man who couldn't keep his CBS sitcom on the air for more than two months...
However, Rob threw in his two cents anyway, saying: