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Ian Somerhalder is the Sexy Captain Planet You've Been Waiting For

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Sorry Don Cheadle, but we think Ian Somerhalder has the whole “sexy Captain Planet” look locked up.

The “Vampire Diaries” star sat down for an exclusive interview with Ecorazzi’s China DeSpain Freeman last night – just before cruising on over to the 2011 “Empoweresque” costume ball. The event is an annual fundraiser to support the Ian Somerhalder Foundation and its initiatives that “positively impact the planet and its creatures.”

According to China, the full title of Ian’s disguise was “Damon Salvatore stole the Captain Planet Costume.” He also revealed that he recently tore an ACL, which would explain this recent tweet with photo of crutches. Here’s to a speedy recovery!

Look for our full interview with Ian soon – and Happy Halloween!

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