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Gossip Girl: Season 5, Epsiode 15 :: Crazy, Cupid, Love

Feb 14, 2012

This week on Gossip Girl (Season 5, Episode 15), Dan finally reveals his true feelings for Blair. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Crazy, Cupid, Love,” which aired on February 13, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Playing Cupid

It’s Valentine’s Day on the upper eastside, which means it’s time to find a date. Blair, who has returned from her horrible honeymoon, plays cupid, setting Dan and Serena up on an unexpected date. When Gossip Girl announces that Nate is hosting a party at The Spectator, Nate tries to hire Lola’s catering company for the night. Unfortunately, Lola (a.k.a the real Charlie Rhodes) refuses to work a party at The Spectator. Chuck helps Nate out by offering to host the party at his place.

Kissing Cupid

At the party, Blair continues to play cupid, with her royal escort in tow. Unfortunately, her attempt to get Dan and Serena back together isn’t working out. When she asks Dan what would make him happy, he finally - finally! - reveals his true feelings for her with a passionate kiss. The best part? Blair kisses back. The worst part? Georgina gets a picture of them kissing, and Serena witnesses the whole thing. Will their kiss destroy Serena and Blair’s friendship once and for all?

Double Identity

Georgina knows that if she posts the kiss on Gossip Girl, Dan will reveal her true identity. So she decides to wait until Dan and Blair’s kiss turns into a scandalous affair. When Chuck finds out about Blair and Dan’s kiss he decides to get even with Dan by seducing his literary agent. Meanwhile, Charlie (a.k.a Ivy Dickens) returns to Manhattan. Lola recognizes her at the party as a friend from acting school. But it doesn’t take long before she realizes that Ivy has been living a double life - her life.

Gossip Girl Fashion

It looks like cupid isn’t restricted to the stereotypical diaper and bow and arrows. Blair plays cupid in a dazzling Reem Acra Resort 2012 Silk Gown, which she pairs with a VBH Manila Sparkle Clutch.

Gossip Girl: Season 5, Epsiode 15 :: Crazy, Cupid, LoveCourtesy of the CW
 

Georgina rocks the high school uniform at Nate’s Valentine’s Day party. She wears a French Toast plaid tie and skirt to go with her school girl blouse and blazer.

Gossip Girl: Season 5, Epsiode 15 :: Crazy, Cupid, LoveCourtesy of the CW
 

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