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Actress Kat Graham, who portrays Bonnie Bennett in "The Vampire Diaries," is the latest cast member featured in the CW Network's #CWestionator video. The 25-year-old TVD star answered a couple of questions in the video, showed the fans her "duck face" and impersonated co-star Paul Wesley, who portrays Stefan Salvatore in the CW TV series.

The #CWestionator's first instruction to Kat Graham is to show her "best duck face" and the actress complied, to the delight of her co-stars on the show. When asked who has the "Best Abs" on the show, the Swiss-born actress responded that the male cast members have the best abs.

Then, the #CWestionator wanted Kat Graham to do an impression of one of her TVD co-stars and the actress chose Paul Wesley. In the video, the actress is seen impersonating Paul Wesley while fixing his hair.

The last question in the video asked Kat Graham which cast member she would like to take home to meet her mom. The actress revealed that it is Candice Accola, who portrays Caroline Forbes in "The Vampire Diaries." The video got shared on the official Facebook page of "The Vampire Diaries" where it has already garnered more than one million views. Click HERE to watch Kat Graham's #CWestionator video.

In the second half of "The Vampire Diaries" Season 6, Kat Graham's character, Bonnie, is expected to return to the present time after spending the first half of the latest season stuck on the 1994 prison world that was built for Kai (Chris Wood). Executive producer Caroline Dries teased in an exclusive E!Online TV Scoop report that Bonnie's friends as well as the viewers of the show will see a different Bonnie Bennett when she returns to the present time in Mystic Falls.

Caroline Dries explained that there is a meaning behind Bonnie's action of burning the Christmas tree that she decorated in the 1994 prison world in the mid-season finale episode titled "Christmas Through Your Eyes." According to the TVD big boss, Bonnie tried to not feel sorry for herself because she is all by herself with no way out but eventually the Bennett witch realized that her situation sucks.

The executive producer teased that a "new badass Bonnie is emerging" on the show with the first chapter where she got stuck all alone in the prison world is finally over. Find out if Bonnie has found a way to get home to her friends in Mystic Falls when "The Vampire Diaries" Season 6 returns with episode 11 titled "Woke Up With a Monster" on Jan. 22, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET on the CW Network.

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