not been enough time for us to fully process the reveal—spoiler alert, for those of you still working your way through the series on Netflix—that Dan was the conniving blogger of the show’s title.)The CW series—like many a show geared toward a teenage audience—had an extremely passionate fan base at the time, and still elicits a surprising amount of enthusiasm from those who watched it (ask a table of current 28-year-olds at brunch in Murray Hill about and prepare for some shrieks).
It launched the careers of Blake Lively (Serena van der Woodsen) and Leighton Meester (Blair Waldorf), provided a slew of wonderful and “controversial” supporting characters (Taylor Momsen’s petulant Jenny Humphrey, Jessica Szhor’s “free-spirited” Vanessa Abrams, Michelle Trachtenberg’s mastermind Georgina Sparks), and provided enough glam outfits and fast-paced intrigue to fuel lunchtime conversations for the entire week (wild to think there was no Snapchat or Instagram back in (as we all know, the only movie that mattered this summer), Lively was asked about a potential reunion of the cast.“I don't know, it would be fun,” Lively said.
If you listen to it front to back, hopefully it'll take you on some sort of journey.
In terms of a message, I don't know if we have one.
I think it's more like, I use music as a tool to express myself and keep myself sane.
She even added, when told that the interviewer misses the show, “That’s nice to hear.as the sweet little girl from Whoville who just wanted to believe that everyone had at least a tiny bit of good in them, including the mean old Grinch.But where's the adorable blue-eyed girl who played her today? Twenty-one-year-old Taylor Momsen has swapped the cutesy outfits and crazy up-dos for a more, erm, asked Momsen if she missed acting onscreen she replied saying, "No, not at all…I think when I quit acting, everyone thought I was crazy, and now it's three number ones later, so they were wrong."Boo hoo–everyone is always doubting poor Cindy Lou Who!held at Club Nokia on Wednesday (April) in Los Angeles. Also joining Marilyn on stage was Johnny Depp, who performed “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” and “The Beautiful People” with the rocker.The 18-year-old The Pretty Reckless singer performed as part of Marilyn‘s set.