Fans of the series will recognize the landmark as a common meeting place for Serena van der Woodsen Blake Lively , Blair Waldorf Leighton Meester , and her "minions" during their days at Constance Billard. Casting announcements began rolling out in the spring and continued throughout the year. Other photos from filming show the stars dressed in evening wear, offering a hint of what we might expect from the wardrobe. On the heels of Blair and Serena, two TV icons who defined teen fashion in the s, these new characters have big shoes to fill. Luckily, the original costume designer, Eric Daman, is on board for the remake. This reimagining of Gossip Girl won't include original stars like Lively and Meester, but it will still tie into the story in some way.
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I like to be in front of the camera. Rachel, who played the clarinet in her high school band and considered joining the Air Force after graduation, was excited at the idea of modeling, making good money and a chance to get on a plane for the first time ever. I still didn't think anyone would find out, didn't think my parents would find out. But when she landed in Miami, Rachel said she realized she had stepped into a world she never imagined -- one that she said would haunt her forever. Rachel said a year-old agent met her at the airport and took her to a no-frills house with about a dozen other young girls -- most of them were also from small towns, just like her.
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He wanted to try anal sex, and even though the year-old said she was "OK with the idea," she nervously downed several drinks before their lovemaking began. They never did it again. But experts say that as social mores ease, more young heterosexuals are engaging in anal sex, a behavior once rarely mentioned in polite circles. And the experimentation, they worry, may be linked to the current increase in sexually transmitted diseases.
Itivere Enaohwo is a college sophomore, majoring in criminal justice at Texas Southern University, with designs on law school. Her middle and high school days are long in the rear-view window. But she still remembers the humiliation of being singled out — time after time — for dress code violations at a suburban Houston high school.