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They say you’re nobody until you’re talked about. So, let’s talk about the cast of “Gossip Girl,” though, clearly they’re far from nobodies.

It’s been 10 years since the hit CW drama that gave viewers an inside look at the lives of teens in the Upper East Side premiered and almost five years since it ended. The show’s characters and the actors who played them changed a lot over the course of the six seasons, but they’ve changed quite a bit more since the show wrapped.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the series that launched the careers of Blake Lively, Chace Crawford and many others, take a look at what the cast is up to now.

Blake Lively (Serena van der Woodsen)

After taking a break in 2013 and 2014, she came back with 2015’s romantic drama “The Age of Adaline.” In 2016, she was in the Woody Allen film “Café Society” with Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg, as well as her shark thriller “The Shallows.” Her new drama-thriller “All I See Is You” comes out Oct. 27. She also has three movies she’s working on for 2018.

Lively married Ryan Reynolds in 2012 and the couple have two daughters, James and Ines.


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Leighton Meester (Blair Waldorf)

It’s been a slow few years in the acting realm for Meester, who also focused a bit on music and released her album “Heartstrings” in 2014, but she’s made what she’s done count. She was in the rom-com “Life Partners” in 2014 with Gillian Jacobs and Adam Brody, and began dating her co-star Brody and eventually marrying him in 2014. The two had their first child, a girl named Arlo, in 2015.

After taking a little bit of time off in 2016, Meester returned with her new TV series “Making History,” which was sadly canceled after one season.

Penn Badgley (Dan Humphrey)

While he’s still acting and has had a few roles since his CW show ended -- he just landed the lead in the upcoming Lifetime series “You” with Shay Mitchell -- Badgley has also been focusing on making music with his band Mothxr.

This year, Badgley married his longtime girlfriend Domino Kirke in New York.


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Chace Crawford (Nate Archibald)

There wasn’t much on Crawford’s acting plate post-“Gossip Girl” until he got the lead of the short-lived 2015 series “Blood & Oil” except for a couple movies. In 2016, he was in two movies, “Rules Don’t Apply” and “Undrafted.” His movies “Eloise” and “I Do… Until I Don’t” came out this year. He is currently working on his film “Riptide,” due out in 2018.

Ed Westwick (Chuck Bass)

The British actor was in a few movies after “Gossip Girl” before landing the lead in the ABC series “Wicked City” in 2015, though, unfortunately, the show was cancelled shortly after it premiered. He starred in a couple movies later and landed a couple more TV shows in 2017, “Snatch” and “White Gold.”


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Taylor Momsen (Jenny Humphrey)

When she said goodbye to “Gossip Girl,” she essentially was saying goodbye to the world of acting. The 24-year-old hasn’t acted since wrapping the series and has instead focused on her music and her band The Pretty Reckless.


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Jessica Szohr (Vanessa Abrams)

With a few movies, a few TV shows and a few TV movies, Szohr has been steadily collecting acting credits over the years. In 2015, she was in a few episodes of Nick Jonas’ “Kingdom” and was in three episodes of “Twin Peaks” this year. Her new film “All-Star Weekend” with Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx is due out later in 2017.


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Connor Paolo (Eric van der Woodsen)

After leaving “Gossip Girl” to take on the role of Declan Porter in the TV series “Revenge” from 2011 until 2013, Paolo took a break from acting for a few years. He didn’t act in any movies or show during 2014 or 2015, but picked up again in 2016 with the horror-thriller “Friend Request.” Now, he has a movie “Flock of Four” and a show “Business Doing Pleasure” out this year.


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Michelle Trachtenberg (Georgina Sparks)

The “Harriet the Spy” actress followed up her “Gossip Girl” gig with a few episodes of the TV series “Guidance” in 2015 and few TV movies, including the 2015 Christmas film “The Christmas Gift” and the star-studded “Sister Cities” in 2016 with Troian Bellisario, Stana Katic and Amy Smart.

Yin Chang (Nelly Yuki)

While Chang hasn’t acted since a role in the 2014 film “A Lesson in Romance” and a TV series short the same year called “The Dead Diaries,” she’s still in the creative field. Just like how her character in “Gossip Girl” ended up writing as a reporter, Chang now writes for her podcast website, “88 Cups of Tea.” But the podcast aspect is the main focus for her.

The series focuses on interviews with creative people and aims to inspire and motivate others to reach their dreams within the entertainment and creative fields. There are lots of tips and tricks from some pretty incredible people.


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