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:
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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Monday's episode of Gossip Girl, "Salon of the Dead." Read at your own risk.]
Between the Dair vs. Chair wars, the Real Charlie Rhodes drama and Serena taking on the secret role of Gossip Girl in recent weeks, a bomb had been set to detonate for poor, single Chuck.
And boy did it explode.
Loved it or hated it, you were probably reeling the last time Gossip Girl was on the air, aka the moment where Blair chose Dan over Chuck. In Monday's new episode, Queen B and the boy from Brooklyn are going to try their darndest to consummate their unlikely couple status by... well, you know. (The show, of course, will throw obstacles in their way, like parents inconveniently hanging around.)
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But whether or not they succeed, there will be plenty working against Ms. Have and Mr. Have Not. Will they come out of Season 5 intact? When exactly did the writers decide Dan and Blair should be together anyway? Where does that leave Chuck? And what about Serena, whose heart was also broken? Is Gossip Girl's laptop going to spell war between B and S? We grilled series executive producer Josh Safran about the origins of Blair's choice and what it has wrought...
Here comes the bride, all dressed in...a stunning Vera Wang gown and a veil of secrets! For Gossip Girl's 100th episode, the Upper East Side gathers to witness the holy matrimony of Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) and Prince Louis (Hugo Becker). And according to exec producer Stephanie Savage, the bride-to-be got the royal treatment. "The crew really went all out," she says. "Wardrobe, makeup...it's a visually stunning episode."
Apparently, even the cast was caught up in the emotion of the event...