[Spoiler alert: This post reveals major plots points — not to mention the identity of Gossip Girl. If you haven't watched it and/or you don't want to know, well, xoxo!]
"Who am I? That's a secret I'll never tell." That is, until now. On Monday's Gossip Girl series finale, the blogger known for posting everything about the scandalous lives of Manhattan's elite unveiled her...
For six seasons, anonymous blogger Gossip Girl has been able to uncover pretty much any secret and sordid scandal about S, B, Lonely Boy and the rest of the Upper East Side. It's ironic, considering what the series producers had to do to keep the identity of the unapologetically nosy snitch under wraps until Monday's Gossip Girl series finale (8/7c on The CW).
"It's been very nerve-wracking for me to try to keep it a...
OMG! Gossip Girl is ending! That's right, the CW's Upper East Side drama will soon leave the air for good. But before Gossip Girl signs her last "XOXO," there are plenty of loose ends to tie up. Will Chuck and Blair finally get their act together? Will Lonely Boy really take down all of his friends? Will Nate finally become interesting? And most importantly, who is Gossip Girl?! Catch up with where we left our favorite Upper East Siders and see what's coming up this season...
After five years, Chuck and Blair may finally be on their way to happiness, but could the new trailer for Gossip Girl be giving us a false sense of security for the couple?
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The trailer features Blair (Leighton Meester) telling Chuck (Ed Westwick) that she's "all in," to which Chuck replies, "My bet's on us." But really, Gossip Girl has toyed with our emotions so much (see: Dan Humphrey), we're not sure what to believe anymore. Nevertheless, check out the trailer for the upcoming sixth and final season:
The Backstreet Boys said it best: "If you want it to be good girl, get yourself a bad boy." Need proof? Just look at the untrustworthy, yet irresistible leads who have taken over your TV. From White Collar's Neal Caffrey to The Vampire Diaries' Damon Salvatore, bad boys seem like they're here to stay — and we aren't complaining! But what is it about a bad boy that's so appealing?