Party foul, Taylor Momsen. Our favorite thigh-high wearing, sex tape-loving actress/rock star was photographed on the set of “Gossip Girl” smoking a cigarette in one hand and waving to paparazzi while holding a pack of Marlboro Lights in the other. Who sold her smokes? Tsk-tsk, she’s not of age. It’s just a matter of time until we get Lindsay Lohan-esque exploits from this one. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
You might be several years older than the “Gossip Girl” crew, but admit it: you’ve wanted to dress like Blair Waldorf, Serena Van Der Woodsen, or maybe even Jenny Humphrey at least once. Well, now is your chance. Eric Daman, the stylist who brought us all those cute looks, is designing a line of party dresses for Charlotte Russe, where he is also a creative director. These are party dresses, not cocktail dresses, so expect the line to be geared more towards the tweens and teens, but as we all know a pair of opaque black tights and a blazer can make almost any dress age-appropriate. The line is expected to hit the mall store on Oct. 24. [The Cut] Keep reading »
I haven’t watched “Gossip Girl” in a long time, so tell me, is Little J a hooker now? [NYC, 10/7/10] Keep reading »
It looks like Jenny Humphrey, Taylor Momsen’s “Gossip Girl” character, makes an appearance at a masquerade ball this season. We bet she has a ton of eyeliner on underneath that mask. [NYC, 10/5/10] Keep reading »
Dear Leighton Meester, We love “Poison Ivy”-era Drew Barrymore as much as the next girl. But that doesn’t mean we feel the need to throw on a ’90s-ified crop top. Sure, you look cute (when do you not look cute?), but this is one midriff-baring trend we hoped would stay safely in the past. Keep reading »
Speaking of “Gossip Girl” … tonight kicks off season four of everyone’s favorite show about Upper East Side richy rich teenagers. As the preview teases, Serena and Blair have headed to Paris for the summer. Blair says, “I am not someone who is going to stop looking for love just because I’ve lost it. Which is why I’m heading directly into the belly of the beast—Paris.” Cue the berets, French rock, and a girl fight in a beautifully lit fountain.
While I am very much looking forward to watching, I already have a bone to pick with the show. Um, why are we going to Paris? So many freaking shows pull the Paris card when they need to shake things up. Keep reading »