People could buy into this world." recently, you may have had the deeply surreal experience of reacquainting yourself with the fresh-faced, sweet Little J of old.While Jenny’s innocence was always going to end up being compromised by her social-climbing tendencies, Momsen’s off-screen punk rock transformation and work with her band, the Pretty Reckless, took things a little further than the writers had planned. I don't think anybody did,” GG casting director David Rapport told Buzzfeed of Jenny's character arc.
And it’s a new feeling, and it’s something that I wanna keep going with.In response, a CW rep issued quite literally the shadiest publicity statement in recorded history: "The show will support Taylor and her music when the time is right, but her music is not ready yet.” OOF.) is an English actor and musician, best known for his role as Chuck Bass on The CW's teen television drama series Gossip Girl (2007–2012).That same year, he appeared in the romantic comedy Chalet Girl.He co-narrated the audio book version of City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare and also narrated Clare's second novel Clockwork Prince from The Infernal Devices series.Remember how bummed we were when The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder broke up?Luckily they've been able to remain friends, but they certainly aren't the first TV costars to strike up (and then end) a romantic relationship — small-screen duos like Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody, Blake Lively and Penn Badgley, and Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron also hooked up during their downtime, and leading ladies like Jennifer Garner, Emily Van Camp, and Sophia Bush were lucky enough to find love on more than one set.In November 2017 allegations were made by three different women, Kristina Cohen, Rachel Eck, and Aurélie Wynn.Cohen and Wynn accused Westwick of rape, and Eck accused Westwick of sexual assault.Westwick said of his casting, "There wasn't much work in the UK. It's changed my life." Entertainment Weekly also named Westwick's character Chuck Bass number one in their "Best Dressed TV Characters of 2008" list (tied with Leighton Meester's character Blair Waldorf), as well as in their "Best Performances" list alongside co-star Meester.That same year, he appeared as Joey in the horror film 100 Feet.