Thursday, July 7, 2011

Elizabeth Hurley is Hot on TV Trail: Gossip Girl

Elizabeth Hurley, TV Shows, Gossip Girl,
Elizabeth Hurley has reportedly signed up for a guest spot in Gossip Girl, according to celebrity blogs. Elizabeth is hot property indeed. After divorcing from her husband, Elizabeth Hurley has become a favorite specially for men who hope to become her boyfriend. Good luck to them!

Liz Hurley will join the cast to play Diana Payne, “a sexy, smart, self-made media mogul and all-around force to be reckoned with,” GG’s executive producers Stephanie Savage and Joshua Safran told TV Line. Diana’s addition to the Upper East Side will reportedly, “change the lives of all our characters – including, and especially Gossip Girl herself.” HMMmm… Not content with living in mystery, we wonder what on this good green EARTH this could mean. Will GG (the blog) be bought out by Payne’s media conglomerate? Does Diana Payne want to turn the lives of the UES elite into a reality show? (Pause and save for later ‘cause it’s SO META) Is Miss Payne Gossip Girl HERSELF – having started the blog in an attempt to teach some sort of lesson to the ├╝ber-privileged Upper East Side which tormented her in her youth?!? Our imaginations are running absolutely WILD with this news. AS THEY SHOULD BE.


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