(Incidentally, among other projects Blake Lively runs a folksy e-commerce site now, and Leighton Meester just had a baby.) Then: Blair and Serena were no doubt the Upper East Side's main attraction, but poor little rich boys Nate and Chuck made for fun sideshows (and, at times, sidepieces).
Maybe it was more fun for everyone to know who Gossip Girl was and be able to speculate and come up with your own ideas.preferring to focus her attention on her band, The Pretty Reckless.Her character went on "indefinite hiatus" during the show's fourth season (as noted above), but did return for the grand finale.(they were, don’t try and deny it), Nate Archibald was definitely the best catch of the whole series. Yes, this goes along with his desire to be more than his name, but it was more than that.Seriously, Nate wasn’t just the pretty boy of the Upper East Side; he was so much more than that. Chuck was up for drinking and being wild and Dan Humphrey was up for learning, but Nate was ready for fun in both good and bad ways. He somehow balanced all the craziness (most of the time) and was the life of the party, but only after he’d worked hard in either school or life in general. If there was one thing Nate was good at, it was kissing. Nate got out of the negative shadow of his father, “The Captain,” who was addicted to drugs and was shady AF in the business world.