Ed westwick is dating leighton meester
I was really excited about working with him and he’s a really chill and down to earth guy.
-Leighton Meester : Oh god, Gwyneth Paltrow is just so beautiful and she’s so talented and It was more than an honor to work with her!
Thus, when they agree to give to us this interview, I was beyond happy and truly grateful to them.
They are both very generous, kind, noble and so talented, with an amazing future ahead of them.
You can read what they told me and love them even more.
Although when the last season’s final episode finished I felt both joy and great sadness.
I haven’t completely, because of all the love I’ve been getting on the Facebook Page, I’ve done recently and I don’t think I will. -Leighton Meester: I don’t think It is, though I wouldn’t mind doing another season. I loved shooting that scene, because at the time I didn’t knew Crawford and It was bit awkward but then It was fun.
And favorite line is when Blair says “ But everytime I try to move on, you’re right there. Lina Grivogianni: You both have been working in movies.
-Ed Westwick: I feel like a part of me is missing, without Gossip Girl.
All the routine we had, all the faces we used to see every day are just gone and I miss it all. I miss the fantastic crew we had and the cast mates, except for Ed. I miss it all as well, Gossip Girl was like my second family. It is indeed, but I wouldn’t mind spending another six years shooting Gossip Girl, because everything that I am today is because of it. Blair is always so bossy and she’s used to boss around people and I’m nothing like that. Lina Grivogianni: In the show you played as a couple that reminds us the “mythic Hollywood love stories”, what is your opinion about love?Eighteen years old at the time, she had just appeared in a small independent film and come to a crushing conclusion: “I realized that [acting] was a business as much as a craft,” she told me more than a decade after the fact, while on the West Coast, where her husband, Ryan Reynolds, was about to start shooting a prime-time soap opera about beautiful, articulate, sun-kissed teenagers living in Orange County, was wrapping up its four-year run.