Gossip Girl here, your one and only source into the scandalous lives of Manhattan's elite. And this week's news is especially scandalous: Years after the big reveal, C still has no idea who Gossip Girl is. That's right — despite the fact that it's been almost five years since we found out who was behind all the drama on the hit CW show, and even though he was literally in the scene where all was revealed, Chuck Bass is somehow totally unaware that his good friend Dan Humphrey masqueraded as Gossip Girl for six whole seasons. Vanity Fair recently compiled an oral history of Gossip Girl in honor of the year anniversary of the show's premiere, and when asked about his favorite memories and storylines from the show, all Ed Westwick the IRL Chuck reportedly said in an email was, "I still am not sure who GG was lol. In case you're not fresh off a bingewatch of the show on Netflix, allow us to jog your memory.
Hey, Upper East Siders, ever wonder what happened to the scheming socialites and Gatsby-esque villains who seemed to always circle S and B? Well we know all their secrets, and we're totally here to tell. Then: Blair and Serena were no doubt the Upper East Side's main attraction, but poor little rich boys Nate and Chuck made for fun sideshows and, at times, sidepieces. Nate broke Blair's heart, and then had his heart broken by Serena, while Chuck bedded every model and wannabe socialite above 60 th Street — and maybe even a few downtown. They were rich, then broke, then rich again, but never lost their penchant for hair products Nate or bowties Chuck. Now: Post- GG , the boys have both dabbled in film and television.
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It's been confirmed that series six, on TV later this year, will be the last. In terrible news for people who are obsessed with fashion and really hot men, it's been announced that this autumn's sixth series of Gossip Girl will be it's last. And even worse the last season will only be 11 episodes instead of the normal Which is a LOT. We knew the end was near for New York's Upper East Siders as the cast have become massive stars in the last few years.
We just got off the phone with executive producer Stephanie Savage to ask our lingering questions about last night's series finale of Gossip Girl. How hard was it to find a kid who looked so much like Leighton and Ed? We had a few good contenders, but Alex who played Henry, was just like if you made computer program of what Chuck and Blair's kid would look like he would come out. We loved it.