August 6, 2012 6:11 PM EST
Nina Dobrev Clears Up Her Remark About Miley Cyrus [PHOTOS]
Apparently, "The Vampire Diaries" actress, Nina Dobrev, had already heard enough from the angry Miley Cyrus fans regarding a comment that she gave in a magazine interview.
The actress cleared up a comment that she made about the "Hannah Montana" star through the famous social networking site "Twitter."
In a recent magazine interview, Nina Dobrev appeared to poke fun at the 19-year-old Miley's early plans to marry Australian boyfriend Liam Hemsworth. The 23-year old Dobrev made a comment in Canada's Fashion Magazine as she spoke about her future with "The Vampire Diaries" co-star and boyfriend Ian Somerhalder.
"Eventually I am going to marry and have a family but not anytime soon," the actress told the magazine. "I'm not going to pull a Miley," Dobrev added.
It seems that there were some people, especially the Miley Cyrus fans, thought Dobrev's comment was an insult towards the teenager actress and singer. This remark eventually turned into a drama and numerous rumors were made in attempt to pit the two young stars against each other. However, Dobrev insists that it was just all a fuss over nothing.
Miley Cyrus, who is only 19 years old, has excitedly announced her engagement to the 22-year old "The Hunger Games" actor, Liam Hemsworth. According to Dobrev, her comment in the magazine about Miley Cyrus' engagement was lighthearted and not meant to be taken as an insult.
Meanwhile, Dobrev clarified her comment in the magazine. She even left a "note to self" on her Twitter account about it.
"Note to self, light hearted comments don't always translate in magazine articles," she wrote and also added that she would love to attend the wedding. "Big fan of @Mileycyrus - do you need a flower girl? :)" Dobrev posted.
Nina Dobrev has now learned that tone on comments does not really translate what is written on paper. She is currently in Atlanta with boyfriend Ian Somerhalder where "The Vampire Diaries" is currently filming its new episodes.