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Blake Lively Has a 'Gossip Girl' Birthday and More Celebrity News

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Lots of birthdays, coffee runs, and tweets this week! While we're halfway to the holiday weekend, celebrities are buzzing about town dining and snacking between takes. Rihanna headed to Scarpetta solo, Suri Cruise showed her classy cupcake tastes, and Katy Perry said, "John, who?" as she headed to Disneyland.

Restaurant Buzz

• Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds celebrated the Gossip Girl star's 25th birthday over Peanut Butter Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at Serendipity 3 in New York City. She was later sung to on the Gossip Girl set with a Momofuku Milk Bar cake. [Perez Hilton]

Anne Hathaway and fiancé Adam Shulman headed to Real Food Daily for lunch in West Hollywood, Calif. [Us]

Rumer Willis rang in her 24th birthday at New York City hot spot The Tippler. [Hollywood Life]

• One Direction heartthrob Liam Payne celebrated his 19th birthday at the Funky Buddha in London. [Hollywood Life]

Rihanna headed to Scott Conant's Scarpetta in West Hollywood, Calif., and ate their famed spaghetti. [Celebuzz]

Nicole Richie took her kids Harlow and Sparrow to Harry Morton's Pink Tacos in Century City, Calif., for an early dinner. [Celebuzz]

Seen & Heard

Katy Perry and a pal headed to an eatery at Disneyland. Perry tweeted, "Why, yes! WE will dine with you, Walt!" [Twitter/KatyPerry]

• After confessing that she thought breast-feeding looked rather painful, Snooki is singing a different tune now. She tweeted, "I love nursing my little man!" [Twitter/Snooki]

• This seems a little outrageous to us, but apparently a source close to Suri Cruise and her family claimed to Star magazine that "Suri has eaten at the most luxurious restaurants in the world and loves fine, gold-plated china, She’s even been known to demand cupcakes on a golden platter at 1 a.m." [Hollywood Life]

Boardwalk Empire star Michael Pitt claims his drink of choice is champagne and he cannot deny a 40-ounce beer and a bucket of Popeyes chicken. [Radar]


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

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Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


Here's what Blake Lively has to say about a Gossip Girl reunion

And while we may still be watching the teenage angst drama on repeat since it vanished off our screens, Blake Lively has given us hope that we may see the next chapter of the Gossip Girl cast's lives after she claimed she wouldn't be against a reunion show.

The 28-year-old actress became a household name after playing Serena van der Woodsen in the drama series, which ended in 2012, and she believes her former castmates would "enjoy" a reunion series.

She said: "I don't know, it would be fun. We had such a great time doing that that I think we all would really enjoy that."

And when told by E! News presenter Marc Malkin that he misses the show, Blake - who is expecting her second child, a sibling for 19-month-old daughter James, with husband Ryan Reynolds - admitted she does too.

She said: "I miss it sometimes, too!"

The 'Shallows' actress took the time to consider what her former TV alter ego is up to at the moment, and thinks the fashionista is in a good place.

She said: "She's probably on vacation, living it up. She hasn't been in touch."

Meanwhile, 'Gossip Girl' executive producer Josh Schwarz admitted he hasn't even considered the possibility of bringing back the show, which ran for 12 seasons.

He said: "We haven't really explored some of those conversations. Maybe, I don't know. We haven't really thought about it."

However, he did admit that because "the Internet has changed" so much, it would be interesting to see the show in an age of Snapchat, Instagram and other current social media apps.

It was previously revealed that Rumer Willis was the first choice to play Serena in the show.

CW's casting director David Rapaport said: "I think the network initially pitched us Rumer Willis for Serena.

"I love Rumer, she's grown into quite an amazing actress and person, but that, to me, was based on protecting the investment of a television show where creatively, these lesser-known girls really captured the essence of the show and carried it for six years."

And David also revealed that Ashley Olsen was considered for the part of Blair Waldorf, which eventually went to Leighton Meester.

Speaking about others who tested for the show, he said: "I read so many people. I think at the end of the day, we tested Blake, Katie Cassidy, who is now on 'Arrow', and this girl who was (Serena) on the 'Gossip Girl' book."

Want more celebrity, entertainment and lifestyle news? Follow Be on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.


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