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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
The holidays are always stressful, and no one understands that better than our favorite Upper East Siders, as Turkey Day came one week late on Gossip Girl due to that pesky hurricane Sandy. Dan (Penn Badgley) and Serena (Blake Lively) decided to have a small, intimate gathering for Thanksgiving at chez Van der Woodsen, but all hell broke loose when S accidentally invited Steven (Barry Watson) and his evil daughter Sage! Cue the ruffling of feathers — and that is not a turkey pun.
The Nov. 26 episode of Gossip Girl kicked off with Bart rummaging through Chuck’s (Ed Westwick) apartment, looking for the evidence that could expose his illegal oil dealings — but none other than Ivy Dickens (Kaylee DeFer) appeared to let the Bass men know she has the secret documents, and there was only one way they were going to get them: trade in Lily (Kelly Rutherford), leaving her with no one!