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Gossip Girl Season 4 Episode 9 Recap

Nov 15, 2010

This week on Gossip Girl, Blair and Chuck have a difficult decision to make. Chuck let slip those three little words, and Blair is starting to realize that she may love him back. But if she’s going to be the face of a reputable foundation, then she can’t associate with Chuck Bass. Not to mention that if Chuck wants to rebuild his image as a strong force to be reckoned with, he can’t be seen with Blair. Now they must decide what is more important: career or love.


Meanwhile, the plan is underway. Juliet and Vanessa have Jenny Humphrey on their side, and they’ll stop at nothing to take Serena down. Dan and Nate have decided to make Serena choose between them. But now that the girls have access to Serena text messages, they make Serena look like she’s stringing them both along. But the guys are only the beginning. They have a plan to make everyone turn their backs on Serena—not just her friends, but also her family.


Gossip Girl “The Witches of Bushwick” Fashion

Blair threw caution to the wind and arrived that the “Saints and Sinners” masquerade party in nothing but a little red nightdress (a Josie Natori Glamour Lace Chemise to be exact), and a Carlos Falchi Waxy Python Clutch worth $1,195.


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When Blair’s not partying in her undergarments, she wears outfits that are a little more…sophisticated. Like this Barneys Bensoni Lace Print Wrap Dress that retails for $575.


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Serena looked dazzling in her sparkly Stella McCartney Cotton Sequins Op. But little did she know that her whole world was about to fall apart thanks to a trio of jealous backstabbers.


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It wasn’t just Serena sporting a stunning Carolina Herrera Fall RTW 2010 Blue Tiered Glitter Dress. Juliet and Jenny copied her stunning style and ruined not just her evening, but potentially her life.


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