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“She has to be somebody that you believe would be sitting in the front row at Fashion Week eventually.”2.
Lively was about to quit acting and enroll in college (she had deferred the year before) when she was offered the role. "Then they [ and Savage] said, ‘Okay, you can go to Columbia [University] one day a week.
In fact, she tried to decline the part when it was first offered, but they tricked her into taking it. After the first year [of the show], it’ll quiet down.
So it felt like, here are two people who are bonded by theirmutual scheming and the dark side of the show, at least from thebeginning, and that would naturally evolve into a romanticrelationship.
One that was fraught and often conflict-laden, butultimately incredibly romantic and fulling for both the characters andthe audience.