Gossip Girls and Guys

Who is your favorite Gossip Girl character and why?
  |  Apr 15, 2008
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The Candy eds share who their favorite Gossip Girl characters are. What about you, who's your favorite?

steph.jpg My favorite character is Nate Archibald. I loved his character in the book (and on TV!) and I super loved how the series ended. *sniff* —Steph, Art Director
mimi.jpg It's a toss up between Chuck Bass (the TV, not the book version) and Blair Waldorf (I love her in both!). I don't know why I'm drawn to these eeevil characters, but I think it's because they have so many layers to them. You just can't take them at face value. On their own, they're awesome. But together, they make a deliciously naughty, combustible pair! —Mimi, Managing Editor
angel.jpg Dan (played by Penn Badgley)—he's smart, sensitive, sweet, and HOT!!! —Angel, Assistant Features Editor
margaux.jpg Nate... Just because he is such a treat to look at... Haay... —Margaux, Fashion Assistant
marla.jpg Rufus Humphrey! I love how he's so smart and funny and wounded and sensitive and such a great dad. And, he's responsible for one of the most romantic lines on television, EVER: "I never should have let you let me go." (Yes, I know he's old, but he's hot and he's mine. Hehe.)—Marla, Assistant Lifestyle Editor
macy.jpg Dan, who lovingly looks at me everyday here in the office (sigh), because he's my idea of the perfect guy. Now if only he existed in the real world... —Macy, Web and Mobile Producer
roch.jpg Natie!!! He's not just a pretty boy but is a sweety as well. I also love Blair Bear's fashion taste. :D —Roch, Web and Mobile Producer

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