90210 Scoop From AnnaLynne McCord: “I Want Ian Somerholder To Come On And Bite Me! I Would Love To Be His Little Guilty Pleasure!”

With the big news this week that 90210 is definitely coming back for season three, RadarOnline.com was psyched to grab a minute with AnnaLynne McCord on the purple carpet at the WONKA launch party for the new line of chocolate bars at Dylan’s Candy Bar in New York City. Upon getting the good news, she said that she immediately starting tweeting back and forth with excitement with her on-screen love Matt Lanter.

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But season two still has a lot of surprises in store when it returns on March 9th to the CW at 8pm ET. “Get ready for lots of Naomi and Liam love scenes!” AnnaLynne reveals. “They are lots of fun and very sexy.” And, Naomi’s strained friendship with Annie (Shenae Grimes) is back on track now that she knows her conniving sister Jen (Sara Foster)—not Annie—slept with Liam last year. “Naomi is very strong minded. When she believes something, she believes it but once she knows she’s wrong she apologizes and tries to make it right,” she says. “And she’ll go over and beyond with Annie to make it right.”

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But, AnnaLynne says fans of the show will not be disappointed by the season finale—an episode that she describes as “explosive.” “The finale is called ‘Confessions’ and everyone confesses their deeds from throughout the year,” she divulges. “It’s really cool how everything comes out.” And Naomi actually ends the season in a horrible circumstance that will haunt her into next season. “Something terrible happens and it puts her in a trapped situation,” AnnaLynne explains. “It’s going to take all next year to deal with because it’s an emotional and physical situation.”

On a lighter note, AnnaLynne has one plot wish for 90210 next year—a crossover with another hit CW show, The Vampire Diaries. “I want Ian Somerholder to come on and bite me!” she laughs. “I would love to be his little guilty pleasure!”

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