Though high school may be behind most of them, you can be sure a future of love, scandal and, of course, secrets awaits.
Based on the best-selling series of young-adult novels by Cecily von Ziegesar, this drama is told through the eyes of an all-knowing blogger—Gossip Girl—who, via constant, avidly read text messages, is determined to uncover and fuel every scandal possible on Manhattan's Upper East Side, where gossip rules, and affluent young people find themselves with the money, access and appetite to explore all the temptations New York City has to offer.
Serena has a nail-biting habit and also cuts her split ends off, mainly during her classes at Constance Billard.
Though exposed and aware of the on-goings in the fashion world, she, unlike Blair, is not as meticulous about her fashion choices and wardrobe.
Meanwhile, Serena returns from her European adventure with many secrets to hide and a complicated relationship with Carter Baizen.
Nate returns from his travels with a mysterious brunette, Bree Buckley (guest star Joanna Garcia) in town.
She has an older brother, Dan Humphrey, who is an aspiring writer.
[Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen tonight’s episode of GOSSIP GIRL, please stop reading and go watch it. You won’t want to read this post until after you’ve viewed the season finale because it will spoil a very important aspect of the hour.]We all good?
If you’ve finished the GOSSIP GIRL season finale, odds are you have a few questions.
Jennifer Tallulah "Jenny" Humphrey is one of the characters in both the Gossip Girl and The It Girl series of novels by Cecily von Ziegesar.
She is portrayed by Taylor Momsen in the Gossip Girl television adaptation on The CW.
Keeping track of the shifting friendships, jealousies and turmoil in this wealthy and complex world is not easy; that's why there's Gossip Girl.