‘Gossip Girl’ is still one of the most talked about series finales, especially after it left us with tons of questions. So is there any hope for a reunion? Leighton was asked in an interview on Jan. 2 whether or not we’d be seeing our favorite Upper East Siders again, and her answer may shock you!
How could anyone not miss Leighton Meester‘s scheming character Blair Waldorf and her roller coaster relationship with Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick)? Many fans are dreaming for a Gossip Girl reunion, and Leighton answered our long-awaited question in an interview on Brodway’s Electric Barnyard on Jan. 2. Listen to the interview here and see what fans are saying!
It’s been exactly two years since we said goodbye to ‘Gossip Girl’. Needless to say, we’re missing our Upper East Siders. HollywoodLife.com spoke EXCLUSIVELY to Ed Westwick aka Chuck Bass, and he revealed whether or not a reunion is in the foreseeable future!
Blair, Chuck, Serena, Dan and Nate, we all miss you. Gossip Girl ran from 2007 to 2012, and the deliciously soapy drama captivated us from start to finish. At the Tommy Hilfiger and GQ‘s 3rd annual Men of New York event on Dec. 11, Ed Westwick chatted with HollywoodLife.com about the possibility of a reunion of the cult classic. And yes, this is a secret we’ll most certainly tell.
It looks like Penn is a lonely boy once more. The ‘Gossip Girl’ star and ‘After Earth’ actress Zoe are reported to have called it quits on their two year romance. So sad!
Ladies, Penn Badgley is a single man! The actor and his girlfriend of two years, Zoe Kravitz, have allegedly broken up because “they just didn’t have time for each other.” Read on for all the the details.
HollywoodLife.com’s biggest ‘Gossip Girl’ fans Eleanore Hutch and Katrina Mitzeliotis discuss the epic ending of the CW hit, and they chat about the explosive revelation of ‘Gossip Girl’s identity, the future of the Upper East Siders and the wedding of the year!
On Dec. 17, Gossip Girl ended and our hearts broke at the thought of no longer hearing the words “Who am I? That’s one secret I’ll never tell.” But at least we can console ourselves with the fact that we now know who Gossip Girl is! It look six long seasons for the finale to roll around, but it was worth the wait, as we saw the marriage of Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester), the return of Little J, and most importantly the unmasking of Gossip Girl. It was the perfect ending to a great show. Watch the video below!
It was the moment we’ve waited six seasons for, as Gossip Girl’s identity was finally revealed to us on Dec. 17. And fans were divided over who was revealed as the menacing blogger!
On Dec. 17, fans said goodbye to Dan (Penn Badgley), Blair (Leighton Meester), Serena (Blake Lively) Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Nate (Chace Crawford) as the Upper East Side gang closed their penthouse doors to us forever, in what can only be described as the best season finale ever! The best part of the episode by far was when we finally learned the identity of Gossip Girl, but fans are divided over the ultimate revelation. Read on to see what they thought!
The use of the song ‘You’ve Got The Love’ in the final scene of ‘Gossip Girl’s’ series finale reminded me of the final scene of ‘Sex and the City’ because they used the very same song!
Not only did Gossip Girl feel like a continuation of Sex and the City in the respect that both series told a romantic story in New York City, but the series finale on Dec. 17 paid homage to the more grown-up series that came before it!
During the epic series finale of ‘Gossip Girl,’ through the cheers, tears and jaw-dropping moments, we got a glimpse at Chuck and Blair’s future child — and he’s just as preppy adorable as we could have hoped!
Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester) tied the knot during the series finale of CW’s hit series Gossip Girl on Dec. 17. But the real revelation came during the ending flash-forward when we met their son Henry — dressed in his prep school best, naturally. He looked like the spitting image of both parents!
The highly-anticipated finale of the hit television series, ‘Gossip Girl,’ left viewers on the edges of their seats with not one, but two weddings — and a baby! However it was the very different dresses that really got us excited. VOTE for your fave.
Back in October, we were able to get a sneak peak at the unique wedding gowns of Blair and Serena, played by Leighton Meester and Blake Lively, leading us to believe there would be back-to-back weddings — however, that wasn’t the case. Blair and Chuck, (played by Ed Westwick), tied the knot first while Serena and Dan, (played by Penn Badgley), followed in their footsteps five years later.
After years of drama, the final episode neatly wrapped up ‘Chair,’ ‘Dair’ & the rest of the ‘Gossip Girl’ crew’s complicated histories.
Few TV shows are able to maintain their quality throughout their runs, Gossip Girl included, so all I really wanted from the Dec. 17 series finale was for our favorite Upper East Siders to find their happy endings — and they did! Not only was the omnipotent blogger’s identity finally revealed (read on for that spoiler), but the show’s two main couples tied the knot in character-appropriate ceremonies.
The ‘Gossip Girl’ star finally tied the knot with boyfriend Chuck December 17, and did do in a beautiful upsweep complete with a silver crown. What do you think of the look? Sound off below!
Fans everywhere rejoiced when Blair Waldorf married longtime love, Chuck Bass in the show’s finale. The beautiful bride was a vision in a blue silver sparkly dress with a matching bejeweled tiara. Although Blair had almost no time to get ready, her intricate updo was sophisticated and romantic for their Central Park nuptials.
The final episode of ‘Gossip Girl’ featured Chair’s wedding, the return of Little J, and of course, the moment we’ve waited six seasons for: the unmasking of Gossip Girl!
Gossip Girl is dead! On Dec. 17, we said goodbye to our favorite Upper East Siders, and what a finale it was. The episode opened with the discovery of Bart Bass’ body, forcing Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester) on the run from as Chuck realized he could be implicated in his father’s death. And this time, Bart really is dead.
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you haven’t watch the ‘Gossip Girl’ series finale! “Who am I? That’s one secret I’ll never tell.” Those now-iconic words have opened every episode of The CW’s Gossip Girl since it first premiered on Sept. 19, 2007. And while the omnipotent Upper East Side blogger kept that promise not to…
On Dec. 17, two momentous things will happen on the finale of ‘Gossip Girl’: We will finally learn the identity of the Upper East Side’s menacing blogger & our favorite TV lovebirds will get married — we think.
This is it, folks — the end of an era, as the last ever episode of Gossip Girl will airs at 8 p.m. tonight on The CW! And what can we expect? A wedding, a funeral and the revelation that we’ve been waiting six long seasons for: We will finally know who Gossip Girl! (And my bet remains firmly on Dorota.) The series finale opens with the aftermath of Bart Bass’ death, as Blair (Leighton Meester) and Chuck (Ed Westwick) realize that Chuck’s implication in his father’s demise may have devastating consequences for their relationship.
The penultimate episode of ‘Gossip Girl’ found Chuck taking a gamble in his efforts to destroy Bart — but did it pay off?
Only one more episode left of Gossip Girl! (Sob!) The Dec. 10 episode opened with Blair (Leighton Meester) and Chuck (Ed Westwick) once again plotting how to take down Bart Bass. Aren’t they supposed to have jobs, or go to college, or something? Any who, the indecisive lovebirds realized they won’t be able to bring down Manhattan’s answer to Mr. Burns without some help… so read on for our top four OMG moments of the night!
On Dec. 10 fans will see the penultimate episode of ‘Gossip Girl,’ where Chuck’s war with Bart reaches a dramatic — and potentially tragic — head. Is this the end for Blair & Chuck?
We’re edging ever closer to the end of Gossip Girl! In the second-t0-last ever episode, Blair (Leighton Meester) grows increasingly worried for Chuck (Ed Westwick), as she thinks he’s underestimating Bart’s determination to squash him and his meddling ways. And she’s right, as Chuck boards a plane that mysteriously crashes. But is he really dying, or is he pulling a Victoria Grayson?