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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.
Ed Westwick took a quick springboard to the fame, while he entered one of the most watched TV series of all time Gossip girl.
Her character, Vanessa, who at first "had only Dan Humphrey as a friend," has become an integral part of the show, romancing Nate, scheming against Blair, and, yes, engaging in a controversy-baiting (if mostly off-camera) three-way.
In a recent interview with , Schwartz revealed some surprising details behind Chuck and Blair's relationship, mainly that it was totally unplanned.[Insert sound of every Chair 'shipper gasping.]It sounds like GG blasphemy, considering it always seemed like Leighton Meester and Ed Westwick's characters were created for one another. But it’s one of those great, fun things about making a televisionseries — it’s an evolving, living, breathing thing, and things caneasily change on a whim.
But Schwartz explains that Chuck was originally meant to be the show's villain, but his chemistry with Leighton/Blair was so undeniable they had to pair the two up. You get an actor like Ed Westwick and see thechemistry he had with Leighton Meester, and their scenes justcrackled.
Said Josh, “That love story between those two characters was always one of the overarching stories of the whole show, and we knew that.
Might as well call Josh Schwartz the OG Gossip Girl, because he's spilling some major secrets about Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf that are making the Upper East Side's (aka the Internet's) jaws drop.
It's hard not to get antsy when you're waiting for Leighton Meester to show up.