May 13, 2009 · Forbes talked to one of the show’s protagonists, the rich, popular and beautiful Blair Waldorf, through the writers of the show. Forbes: What are …
Apr 13, 2010 · The Forbes Fictional Interview: Chuck Bass. Forbes recently interviewed Blair Waldorf. She had this to say: «Chuck Bass is the one obsessed …
Apr 16, 2010 · The Gossip Girl star and fashion icon (daywear, the three P’s: Purple, Plaid and Preppy; nightwear, the three V’s: vests, velvet and Valentino) recently sat for a Forbes Fictional Interview.
Blair Cornelia Waldorf is the lead character of Gossip Girl, introduced in the original series of novels and also appearing in the television and manga adaptations. Described as «a girl of extremes» by creator Cecily von Ziegesar ,  she is a New York City socialite and a comical overachiever who possesses both snobbish and sensitive sides.
Aug 03, 2010 · Global markets are rapidly recovering from the 2008 financial crisis, and so are the fortunes of the fictitious. There are six new characters on the 2010 edition of Fictional 15, our annual ranking of fiction’s richest, with an average net worth of $7.3 billion.
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Blair Waldorf is the main character of the Gossip Girl book series who also appears in the television adaptation of the same name. Cecily von Ziegesar, author of the novels, has labeled the character her most complex figure.  Producers of the television series have called Blair the queen at the center of their chess game.  She is the most critically acclaimed character of both Gossip
Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) on Gossip Girl was the series’ most critically acclaimed character, earning mainstream media recognition from Forbes, Rolling …
Blair Cornelia Waldorf is the lead character of Gossip Girl ,  introduced in the original series of novels and also appearing in the television and manga adaptations. Described as «a girl of extremes» by creator Cecily von Ziegesar,  she is a comical overachiever who possesses both snobbish and sensitive sides.
And no, the former Blair Waldorf and Seth Cohen don’t watch each other’s shows. When E.T. caught up with the married couple as they were serving lunches at Para Los Niños Charter School in