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The actress talks about bringing Kara back in Smallville, and hints that you may have not seen the last of her as Supergirl.
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Interviewer: You just made your return to Smallville this past week, this is the final season. Do you think they might build the sequel one more time for then? Laura Vandervoort: I am not sure, it’s left open ended so it’s quite possible that she could return, she is in the metropolis area but it will all depends also with the schedule for be but it would be nice you know I love to enough for the fans and I love Carol she is very close to me and you know I learned to love playing to that role. She is seven or Smallville was a learning ground for me and I feel like I figured a lot of things out so we able to return and to have a better knowledge of how I get play her was nice. Interviewer: Was it fun also to get to wear almost the full super girl uniform. Laura Vandervoort: They’d actually didn’t tell me until I went and I was like I like to know this bangs, it’s short and you know but it was fun it wasn’t the full super girl uniform we didn’t have yes but it was very reminiscence of it and it was fun. You know I took a lot of cool photos just for myself to remember one day what I wants was so a super girl. Interviewer: Then you can get still uniform? Laura Vandervoort: No, but as a girl there was this great blue leather jacket, it is mean anything for the fans I asked if could have it and they said they need to hold on to adjust in case.