When I say Gossip girl, what comes to your mind? Chuck and Blair obviously. It was definitely a love story for the books, the type that we all wish for. Plus let’s not forget the high school drama, amazing costumes, and the beautiful actors.
Yes, there were numerous things happening on the plot, but Chuck and Blair’s romance was mainly the climax of the show — particularly during the last few seasons. Yet, let me crush your dreams and let you know this love story wasn’t always meant to be.
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Gossip Girl co-creator/writer Josh Schwartz got honest about the truth behind the creation of the relationship. “None of that was expected,” he told Vulture. “Chuck came into the show as the villain. But it’s one of those great, fun things about making a television series — it’s an evolving, living, breathing thing, and things can easily change on a whim.”
As a result, when the production realized the chemistry between Leighton Meester (Blair) and Ed Westwick (Chuck) was unavoidable, they added the romance between the storyline. But, if we think about it, it was totally meant to be. Let’s not forget both characters were big selfish- when they needed to be- and had a fascinating dark side. So, yes the creators decided that Chuck and Blair would end up together, but remaining truth to the drama of a TV show, they had overcome major challenges to finally be together.
“That love story between those two characters was always one of the overarching stories of the whole show, and we knew that. As far as we pushed them, we always had to be able to find a way to bring them back together.” Said Josh.
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