"He had a very big influence on menswear and how men dress today, and on what getting dressed up means.
Menswear, at that point, was still very Jersey Shore...
"They were friendly, but they were not friends like Serena and Blair.
Yet the second they'd be on set together, it's as if they were."7.
There was something neat about that." emails and stealing scripts to sell online."Our scripts were ending up online, and we couldn't figure out how," one of the show's producers recalled. We didn't understand what was happening, because everything was getting leaked, every detail... It was like there was a 'Gossip Girl' in our system."14.
A teenager, I think either [from] Russia or Bulgaria, had hacked one of the writer's e-mails, and was selling scripts on e Bay. Westwick Still Doesn't Know Who the Real Gossip Girl Is: Even though the season finale revealed who'd been signing "xoxo, gossip girl" all those years, Westwick didn't get the memo."I still am not sure who GG was lol," he admitted to .15.
Far from the ideas of feminism and gender equality, from early childhood they are the symbols of femininity, natural beauty and sexuality.
I'm very proud we got to break through to the men and be like, 'No, it's OK to dress up.
You're not gonna look like some big pansy because you're in a fucking suit, dude. And Penn Badgley Was Very Much Dan: Despite often his obvious dislike for the show, Badgley (who played Dan Humphrey) was very much like his character both on- and off-camera. Badgley and Lively Kept Their Split a Secret for Two Months: The on-screen couple dated in real life for three years while filming the show. She was documenting her life in photographs in a way that people were not yet doing."12.
Because they did not want their personal drama to relate to the show." writers. "We were creating three episodes at once sometimes, we were given our lines at the very last minute, we didn't know where our characters were going; there was no planning or arc... 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...