It's not the girl who broke his heart, but similar... In fact, we wouldn't doubt for a minute that it was Leighton posing as one of the "concerned friends" who spilled the beans about Jessica's flirtatious ways. Was it the prep school vibes, the excellent costumes, or the gorgeous young actors? But it’s one of those great, fun things about making a television series — it’s an evolving, living, breathing thing, and things can easily change on a whim.”Once the production team saw the chemistry between Leighton Meester (Blair) and Ed Westwick (Chuck), they wrote the romance in.And once, Blair visited London and they got tea and it was actually sort of nice.magazine is reporting that an ambivalent Leighton dumped a "heartbroken" Sebastian Stan because she "doesn't know how to be in a relationship and doesn't really like them." HA. Her jaded romantic sentiments will surely be welcomed company for a cuckolded Ed.She has launched four handbag lines (don’t ask her what they’re called, though, she always gets the names “mixed up”).She’s dating an art dealer who’s 43 years old, though there’s also a 26-year-old shipping heir in the picture.She’s probably living in Europe, doing something fabulous.She hasn’t been in touch.” If Lively got on Snapchat, though, she would know that Serena is splitting time between Mykonos and London.
In addition to acting, Meester has also ventured into music.
She even added, when told that the interviewer misses the show, “That’s nice to hear.
I miss it sometimes, too.” (It is possible to imagine, late one night, after James is asleep, and as Ryan Reynolds watches You Tube videos in the other room, Lively scrolling back in her phone to a picture of her and Meester, sitting on Blair’s bed between takes, hair up in curlers, expressions of pure wonder on their faces, giddy at the possibility of where the show might take them.)Asked by the interviewer where her character, Serena, might be that night, Lively theorized, “She’s probably on vacation.
like an ill-fated romance between Blair and Dan and Chuck’s struggle with the loss of his father, the dastardly Bart Bass.
Said Josh, “That love story between those two characters was always one of the overarching stories of the whole show, and we knew that.