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Nikki was born May 17, 1988 in West Los Angeles into a family of a beautician and a set designer. Her ancestry is Jewish, Italian, and Cherokee. Reed studied at Alexander Hamilton High School for a while but dropped out and continued her education through homeschooling. In 2011, Nikki started dating American Idol contestant Paul McDonald. The couple married later the same year. However, they filed for divorce in 2014. Even before the divorce was finalized, Reed had already a new boyfriend, Ian Somerhalder. In 2015, the surprised their fans with wedding. So Nikky is once again off the market.
At the 2011 red carpet premiere of the film “Red Riding Hood,” Reed met singer-songwriter and former “American Idol” contestant Paul McDonald. They began dating, and shortly after moved in together. Later that year, they got engaged, and in October, were married in Malibu. In 2014, the couple announced their separation after having lived apart for around six months. The pair eventually divorced in January of 2015. That February, Reed confirmed her engagement to actor Ian Somerhalder; in April, they married in Malibu. Two years later, the couple had a daughter, Bodhi.
Quotes by Nikki Reed
"People send everyone hate mail. That's the way the world works right now, I'm nothing special."
"This may sound surprising for someone who works in Hollywood, but I do not count calories, and I don't even care about weight gain, which I know sounds really bizarre. I listen to my body. I don't just wake up in the morning and cook whatever I eat."
"I feel like human beings cover up their scent with all these different things and products. I feel like we've given up our ability to engage with people because we don't know how people smell anymore."
"I play characters that are pretty; I play characters that are sort of intimidating and confident, but that doesn't necessarily mean that I'm that."
"Polynesian women are known for their long hair, glowing skin, and thick nails. And that comes from the local diet, which is mostly plant based with a little bit of fish and a lot of natural fats and oils."