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Blake Lively Hates Gossip Girl Ending As Much As Fans Do

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Yes, you read that right. Our own Serena Van Der Woodsen was not happy with the end of Gossip Girl. It’s no secret that the ending was not liked by most viewers.

Recently, Blake Lively shared a meme on her Instagram Stories that read, “We watched the whole series to find out it’s Dan.” The meme quickly drew a lot of comments and Lively herself joined the wave. She added additional text saying, “YOU ARE surprised … Imagine how the writers felt.” It’s safe to assume that Lively wasn’t doing well with the end of the series, just like the rest of us. It also seems the writers weren’t happy when they heard they had to do Dan Humphrey as GG.

Take a look at the story below.

For six seasons, fans created theories about the identity of the person behind the infamous Gossip Girl blogging site. Some people wanted it to be Dorota. Others thought it was Eric. Nelly Yuki and Blair’s henchmen were also some of the suspects. It was truly a disappointment when it was revealed that Lonely Boy was the iconic Gossip Girl.

One of the main reasons the ending got so heavily criticized because it was never meant to be Dan. Producer Joshua Safran has actually revealed that Eric and Nate are meant to be the big reveal. He revealed: “I like to joke that Dan was Gossip Girl because I left the show by then. Dan was not my future Gossip Girl. But I understand why Dan was Gossip Girl. I just wanted to have my heart on Nate ”

This makes perfect sense because Nate never sent Gossip Girl advice until the end of season 5. “One of the writers realized that Nate never sent Gossip Girl advice. , which is true until the end of season five ”. Safran continued. “Nate never sent advice on all of these episodes, which is why we’re like, ‘Oh, well, he’s Gossip Girl. “

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