Gossip Girl spoilers are here! Because yes, it’s a guilty pleasure show that I like to watch. As Kristen Bell (narrator for the saucy show) says, it’s a really beautifully shot show. The fashion, the everything – it’s all very pretty. And while I might not take my charm school cues from Blair Waldorf, I can still appreciate that she loves Audrey Hepburn.
So, what were those spoilers I was talking about? You can look forward to a Lady Gaga appearance, Jenny giving in to becoming a Queen (because she had to give in eventually, she’s a teen!), a Cotillion (probably nothing like Rory Gilmore’s), the new Leighton Meester single (to jam to), and Jimmy Fallon. The source for Gossip Girl spoilers here is The Futon Critic.
Monday Nov. 3rd:
“The Grandfather: Part II”
Olivia (guest star Hilary Duff) says something she regrets during her appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s (Fallon playing himself) talk show and tries to keep Dan (Penn Badgley) from finding out. With election day around the corner, Nate (Chace Crawford) suspects his grandfather (guest star James Naughton) will stop at nothing to get Trip (guest star Aaron Tveit) elected to congress. In the midst of another feud with Serena (Blake Lively), Blair (Leighton Meester) befriends a new “it” girl and takes her to an election night party at Chuck’s (Ed Westwick) hotel, hoping to make Serena jealous. Taylor Momsen, Jessica Szohr, Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle also star. Veronica Mars fans take note: Mark Piznarski directed this episode!
Monday Nov. 9th:
“They Shoot Humphreys, Don’t They?”
Leighton Meester’s new single will be featured in this episode.
Not satisfied with just being Queen of Constance Billard, Jenny (Taylor Momsen) sets her sights on becoming the Queen of all the Upper East Side by landing the hottest escort for Cotillion. Leighton Meester’s new single “Somebody to Love” (with Robin Thicke), is featured in the episode, along with a guest performance from all-girl rock band Plastiscines.
Monday Nov. 16th:
“The Last Days of Disco Stick”
Hoping to impress the elitist theater kids at NYU, Blair (Leighton Meester) calls in a favor to land a private concert with the hottest musical performer of the year, Lady Gaga. Lady Gaga performs in the episode.