“You know you love me. Xoxo, Gossip Girl.”

Every “Gossip Girl” fan is familiar with this line, and when the news about the series’ reboot broke the Internet, fanatics went crazy on social media.

Upper East Siders were greeted by a good morning tweet of E! News (@enews) announcing that one of their sources said that “Gossip Girl” will be coming back.

The said tweet, which currently has more than 73,000 likes and more than 36,000 retweets, had a snap of the entire “Gossip Girl” cast: Penn Badgley, Taylor Momsen, Ed Westwick, Chase Crawford, Leighton Meester and Blake Lively.

Badgley played the character of Dan Humphrey, while Dan’s sister, Jenny, was played by Momsen. Nate Archibald was the character played Crawford. Archibald’s best friend was Chuck Bass, played by Westwick.

Serena van der Woodsen and her best friend Blair Waldorf were probably the most loved and, at the same time, possibly the hated characters in the series were played by Lively and Meester, respectively.

The “Gossip Girl” reboot announcement immediately became the hottest topic in town. So, the mysterious GG, has once again stirred the pot through that controversial announcement.

The American drama, which aired in 2007, captured the hearts of its viewers and it’s quite expected that fans will react and give their two cents on the series’ cast. Reactions from fans on Twitter were overwhelming. Some of them aired their concerns and wishes to bring back the “Gossip Girl” original cast.

See some tweet replies below on how things went down after the “Gossip Girl” reboot announcement.

HBO Max, a new streaming service from WarnerMedia to be introduced in 2020, will air the show’s reboot. It is a new streaming platform wherein viewers will have exclusive access to HBO and Warner Media programming.

So far, none of the original “Gossip Girl” cast members confirmed anything. Episode 10 of Season 6 entitled “New York; I Love You XOXO,” which aired in 2012 was a bit of a cliffhanger. It was as if CW had plans on reviving the series, Marie Claire reported.

Fast forward to a couple of years later, right before the series’ last episode ended, it showed a guy with his back turned towards the camera, therefore, keeping the face hidden (of course) walking down the street. Then, the tease “Gossip Girl” dropped the bomb saying, “Who am I now? That’s one secret I’ll never tell. Xoxo.”

So yes, nothing is for sure yet until “Gossip Girl’s” next announcement.

Gossip Girl The CW is reportedly currently in talks to revive "Gossip Girl." Photo: The CW