But Leighton Meester, the actress who made Blair as epic as she is, is coming back to TV, which is just as amazing. According to Vulture , Meester will star in a new series on ABC called Single Parents .
Leighton Meester, forever seen by some as Gossip Girl’s Blair Waldorf, reflected a little on her time on the show and whether she misses that time of her life to Porter, Net-a-Porter’s weekly e-zine.
We haven’t heard too much from Leighton Meester, a.k.a Blair Waldorf, in the last couple of months probably due to the fact she gave birth to a little girl named Arlo Day back in August. But that’s ok, we’ll forgive her because she’s come back to us in the best way possible.
Blair as she appears in the TV adaptation, portrayed by Leighton Meester. In Season 1 of Gossip Girl , Blair is introduced as the Upper East Side’s beautiful and popular queen bee . She is the daughter of Eleanor Waldorf, a famous fashion designer.
Though Meester — who will next star in upcoming comedy Single Parents — had roles on shows like Veronica Mars and 7th Heaven before portraying a member of Manhattan’s elite, it was her turn as prep school royal Blair that skyrocketed her to fame. Meester played the character from 2007 to 2012, and, according to her conversation with PorterEdit, the long hours on set weren’t easy.
Reminiscing her time filming the popular TV show, the Blair Waldorf depicter adds that as an adult, she doesn’t think it was the healthiest environment AceShowbiz – Leighton Meester has exploded
Video ansehen · Leighton Meester has some mixed feelings about her time as Blair Waldorf on Gossip Girl. The 32-year-old actress spoke to Porter Magazine for its upcoming issue where she details what life was like while making the teen soap. “I was young when I started Gossip Girl,” Meester, who was 19 when she landed the role, tells the magazine. “A lot more people were suddenly around and I was …
Leighton Meester was always one of the MVPs of Gossip Girl, and it’s no surprise that the experience left mixed feelings for the star, but in a recent interview with The Edit, Meester talked about