Blake Lively and Leighton Meester were not friends off the Gossip Girl set - Vogue Australia
19, , following the popularity of the book series written Cecily von Ziegesar, quickly catapulting Blake Lively, Leighton Meester. Actor Leighton Meester known for essaying the Upper East Socialite Blair Waldorf Gracing the cover of Net-a-Porter, Meester told the publication that she wasn't Penn Badgley, Blake Lively and Ed Westwick in Gossip Girl. “Blake and Leighton were not friends,” executive produced Joshua Trying to reconcile the fact that Lively and Meester didn't really hit if off on.
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Getty Images If reports from some gossip magazines are true, Blake Lively and Leighton Meester's friendship was about as tense as the one between their characters, Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf. Insources for The National Enquirer via Wetpaint claimed that Lively and Meester's relationship had taken a turn for the worse, further fueling rumors that the two flat-out hated each other. She's just ignoring her co-star because she knows bigger things are in store.
Don't fall for it.
The untold truth of Gossip Girl
We should be celebrating women's bonds. After the news broke, all eyes turned to the set of Gossip Girl as people began to wonder: A few days later, the press got its answer. Lively and Badgley were seen hugging and smiling as they returned to set, showing no signs that a breakup had even happened.
I mean, like anything valuable, it was good and it was bad and it was a learning experience. The couple, who began dating inreportedly split in April amid rumors that Szohr had cheated on Westwick with one of Westwick's best friends. A few months later, they were spotted looking like a couple again at Lollapalooza in Chicago. Things only got more confusing from there. InWestwick loosely told Wetpaint he was single and still looking for a girlfriend. Then, the following year, Westwick and Szohr were spotted hanging out together on at least two separate occasions in Los Angeles, fueling rumors that they were indeed back together again.
Those rumors have since died off.
Did Leighton Meester have a sex tape? Getty Images Leighton Meester was the subject of her own gossip scandal in after TMZ reported that a sex tape featuring the young actress and her then-boyfriend was being shopped around.
The story lingered around for a few months before Meester squashed the rumors for good. It's unfortunate that it got carried as far as it did.Leighton Meester talks Blake Lively, Gossip Girl
Blake knows what's happening. I had this image of her just in these gorgeous dresses with a book in her hand, sort of a little bit out of focus out in the corners.
Blake Lively and Leighton Meester were not friends off the Gossip Girl set
Yet the second they'd be on set together, it's as if they were. The two—who played Chuck Bass and Nate Crawford—actually lived together in an apartment in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood when the show started filming. They first bonded at an Arctic Monkeys concert. But not how you'd think. Rather, the reason Westwick was so put together and fashionable was to bring the opposite of Jersey Shore to TV.
Menswear, at that point, was still very Jersey Shore You're not gonna look like some big pansy because you're in a fucking suit, dude. Suck it up, put on the bow tie. Despite often his obvious dislike for the show, Badgley who played Dan Humphrey was very much like his character both on- and off-camera.
The on-screen couple dated in real life for three years while filming the show. I don't even know how they did it. They kept it from everybody which is a testament to how good they are as actors.
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Because they did not want their personal drama to relate to the show. In fact, they even moved the show's filming to L.
Blake was way ahead of the curve. She was documenting her life in photographs in a way that people were not yet doing.
Lively admitted that her real life and the show often crossed boundaries, which only heightened its popularity. In fact, she said she never really felt like she was acting. It almost felt like a sketch show. We were basically sort of reading off of cue cards. There were people taking pictures the whole time and paparazzi jumping in front of the cameras—it felt like we were part of a cultural experiment There was something neat about that.
We didn't understand what was happening, because everything was getting leaked, every detail