This girl has skills.
Just when we thought Nina Dobrev couldn't give us any more goals in life, she broke out a secret talent inspired by Late Late Show host James Corden that probably makes her boyfriend Austin Stowell melt.
Nina, who is originally from Sofia Bulgaria, can not only speak Bulgarian fluently, but she can also recite lyrics from R. Kelly's "Bump and Grind" in the language – which she did, complete with body roll with no hesitation when James asked her to do it.
The former Vampire Diaries actress hit the show to promote her new film The Final Girls, which she's been promoting just about everywhere these days. Nina recently told Entertainment Weekly it was "exciting" to play a character who is "not just your stereotypical mean girl," adding, It's a stereotypical mean girl with heart, with an explanation for why she's mean. You love to hate her and then you ultimately love her. I think that she's not really mean. I just think that she's honest and blunt and she doesn't have a censor. She's like, 'This guy's gonna kill me, we need a f**king chainsaw, we need to do this!'"
And even though Nina has starred on Vampire Diaries too, that doesn't mean she's a huge fan of the horror genre. "I don't like to pay to be afraid," she said about watching scary movies. "And for the last few years, I've been on a sci-fi horror television show. So, when you're having time off, I like to watch comedies, or action movies, or things that are the opposite of what I do day-to-day. It's like a hairdresser — when they're styling hair all day, when they go home, the last thing they want to see is a hot tool."
Final Girls hits theaters Friday.