The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev is a stunning woman, but the actress took to the Late Late Show With James Corden to remind us that she's more than a just a pretty face. She's also a woman of the world!
Dobrev might have reached worldwide fame on an American television show, but she was actually born in Sofia, Bulgaria before moving to Canada at the age of two. She showed off her bilingual skills on the talk show by translating R. Kelly's 'Bump and Grind' lyrics.
Check out her sexy (but short) Bulgarian version of "Bump and Grind" below:
Maybe next time we'll hear her saying "I'm returning to The Vampire Diaries!" But until then, we'll be able to see her in 2016's Arrivals alongside Maisie Williams and Asa Butterfield.