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Gossip Girl will be silenced for good this December when the CW soap comes to an end after six years of love, lies and debauchery. What does the final 10-episode season hold in store for the UES crew? In the following Q&A, exec producer Stephanie Savage and Sara Goodman drop exclusive intel on the much-anticipated end game — including scoop on “Chair,” “Dair” and the show’s titular rabble rouser

TVLINE | What’s keeping Chuck and Blair apart at this point?

GOODMAN | After all of this buildup, they now understand what it would mean for them to be together. The main obstacle is [them figuring out what] they need as separate people.

SAVAGE | The stakes are really high for them. They can’t rush into anything or do anything half-baked.

TVLINE | Dan and Blair — are they over?

SAVAGE | They may be over, but all parties may not be on the same page about that.

TVLINE | When we left off, Dan was headed to Italy with Georgina.

SAVAGE | Dan definitely makes good on his plan and sets off with Georgina to Italy. But he comes back from overseas with something to spring on the Upper East Side.

TVLINE | How much of Georgina’s darkness will rub off on him?

GOODMAN | I like the dark, so I’m actually really excited about Dan this season. [Laughs] What might seem dark under Georgina is really just Dan finally claiming [his] power. He’s been dismissed by [the gang] for a long time and he’s realizing his power might lie in a different place. It’ll be a more hell-bent and darker Dan than we have necessarily seen, but I think it’s very in keeping with his character.

TVLINE | How does Serena’s new love interest, played by Barry Watson, compare to her previous suitors?

SAVAGE | He’s a grown-up. He’s from Serena’s world, but he’s found his own way. He’s someone with real life experience. He’s patient and very understanding and has a strong sense of humor. T

TVLINE | Is she ready for a mature relationship?

SAVAGE | The theme of adulthood is something that we’re really playing with in this last run. We’ve kind of gone back to Nate’s speech from the pilot when he and Chuck were walking in Central Park wondering, “Are we really going to end up being just like our parents.” A lot of our characters are dealing with issues where they’re fully adults now, and that’s definitely true of Serena.

TVLINE | What about Nate?

SAVAGE | Nate is trying to run The Spectator on his own without any crazy entanglements from financial partners and he’s figuring out that that’s not as easy as it might seem.

TVLINE | Any hope you can offer Lily/Rufus fans?

SAVAGE | Bart Bass is a pretty formidable opponent. That’s all I’ll say. [Laughs]

TVLINE | How big a role will Serena and Blair’s friendship play this season?

SAVAGE | Blair and Serena’s friendship is really a spine for this whole season. They’re relationship is the premise for this show. So we’re really focusing a lot on that this year. And certainly the finale will focus on it as well.

GOODMAN | They are very strong in the last two episodes.

TVLINE | Any familiar faces returning for the finale? Vanessa? Jenny? Eric?

SAVAGE | We definitely, without giving anything away, hope to see some familiar faces in the finale.

TVLINE | Will Gossip Girl be unmasked?

GOODMAN | That’s a secret we will never tell. [Laughs]




Gossip Girl is coming to an end.

As fans of the Fox series know, the show’s upcoming sixth season will be its last.

But as the show’s stars gear up to say sayonara to the Upper East Side, could some of them already be planning to reunite for a Gossip Girl movie à la Sex and the City?

"It’s funny because I just got that question recently," Gossip Girl's Chace Crawford, who stars in the just-released What to Expect When You’re Expecting, told us.

"It had never even crossed my mind so it was like, that’s weird," he said. "I don’t know if I want that, or do not want that. I don’t know what the logistics would be on that. I would imagine it’s a long shot. Who knows?"

If it was up to him, Gossip Girl will end with a bang. “Like the end of Die Hard,” Crawford said, “just walking away from an exploding helicopter.”

Crawford is attached to star alongside Pierce Brosnan as a South African accused of murder in director Bruce Beresford's The House Gun.

"I feel like I could delve into it but I was worried about the accent," the 26-year-old actor said. "It would be really fun. I’m good at impressions. It would take me a minute but I think I could get it down."

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Our beloved Chuck and Blair may be apart for the time being, but Kaylee tells us she’s hopeful they will get back together soon. Rejoice, Chair fans!

HollywoodLife.com caught up with the lovely Kaylee Defer, 25, who plays the sneaky Ivy Dickens onGossip Girl, and of course, we couldn’t help but try and squeeze any clues out of her as to whether or not Chuck (Ed Westwick) and Blair (Leighton Meester) will end up back together.

Her answer will make Chair fans smile!

“I think they have to, I think they have to for the sake of the fans,” Kaylee told us at the premiere of Jeff Who Lives At Home hosted by The Peggy Siegal Company and The Hollywood Reporter.

Kaylee also revealed that her and Leighton are friends off set! How cool!

“She’s great,” she said. “We hang out…the other night I took her to an open mic night at Village Underground which was really fun. She’s a blast, really mellow, low key, not a frou frou girl. Rolled up in sweats, a t-shirt, she likes to be really comfortable.”

We think it’s so cute they hang out off set! And we hope her answer to our Chair question was a big hint to what we should expect at the end of the season!

Source: Hollywoodlife

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