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You get an actor like Ed Westwick and see the chemistry he had with Leighton Meester, and their scenes just crackled.So it felt like, here are two people who are bonded by their mutual scheming and the dark side of the show, at least from the beginning, and that would naturally evolve into a romantic relationship.For the next three weeks, Vulture is holding a TV Couple Scuffle to determine the greatest couple on television in the past 30 years.Today, we talk to the co-creator and writer behind the teen drama Gossip Girl, Josh Schwartz, about the beloved romance between Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf.When Gossip Girl premiered on the CW in 2007, the show’s quick, meteoric rise to cultural prominence came as no surprise to anyone.(Especially not here at Vulture.) And there’s no way we could cap off the final week of our TV Couple Scuffle without discussing the epically tumultuous romance shared by Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf, portrayed by Ed Westwick and Leighton Meester, respectively."Her and Chuck have had ups and downs and as much as everyone loves them together, I think them having time apart has actually helped them grow," she said.Watch full episodes of in our Online Video Guide But, "Chair" fans, don't be alarmed yet.
While an enduring story line since the first season has been the Blair-and-Chuck relationship, Meester adds that she's OK with their current status.
Penn Badgley (Dan) said: "I like the Blair [story line] because it's the most exciting for Dan as a person." See photos from Although it was a surprise to see the Queen Bee and Lonely Boy, who often butted heads, start to like each other, executive producer Josh Safran said the pairing has been likely to happen since the beginning.
"I wrote the first scene with them together in Season 1 ... is the perfect place for Serena But Blair and Dan getting together has a few major hitches, namely Blair's impending wedding to Prince Louis — and a baby on the way.
The CW officially renewed the series for a fifth season on April 26, 2011.
It was announced later that Taylor Momsen, who played Jenny Humphrey since the pilot, and Jessica Szohr, who joined the series as Vanessa Abrams in season one, would not be returning for the fifth season as regulars.