(Try not to get too emotional thinking about “three words, eight letters, say it and I’m yours.”) Eager to learn more about the inner workings of the romance, we called up Josh Schwartz — who, along with his frequent creative partner, Stephanie Savage, served as a co-creator and writer of the show — to examine all things Chair.Their romance wasn’t planned when the show was initially being written.“None of that was expected. 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.
She hasn’t been in touch.” If Lively got on Snapchat, though, she would know that Serena is splitting time between Mykonos and London.
She has launched four handbag lines (don’t ask her what they’re called, though, she always gets the names “mixed up”).
She had her off-screen romance with on-screen boyfriend Dan/Penn Badgley, now it's Blair/Leighton's turn, right? In addition, we can totally see an Ed Westwick attraction to a similarly-petite, good-looking brunette. Furthermore, of course, OF COURSE, Blair's off-screen personhood would be the one to swoop in on the misunderstood Vanessa's ex-boyfriend.
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.
You get an actor like Ed Westwick and see the chemistry he had with Leighton Meester, and their scenes just crackled.
So it felt like, here are two people who are bonded by their mutual scheming and the dark side of the show, at least from the beginning, and that would naturally evolve into a romantic relationship.For the next three weeks, Vulture is holding a TV Couple Scuffle to determine the greatest couple on television in the past 30 years.Today, we talk to the co-creator and writer behind the teen drama Gossip Girl, Josh Schwartz, about the beloved romance between Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf.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.She’s probably living in Europe, doing something fabulous.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.