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Diese beiden Hollywood-Girls sollten eigentlich Blair und Serena in "Gossip Girl" spielenspricht Blair Waldorf. Tanya Kahana ist seit ihrem 8. Lebensjahr Synchronsprecherin und die deutsche Stimme von Ellen Page, Hayden Panettiere, Zoë Kravitz. spricht Howie Archibald Hasper, Kim spricht Chuck Bass. K Kahana, Tanya spricht Blair Waldorf Kahnmeyer, Robin spricht Dan Humphrey. L Lehmann, Dascha. Tanya Kahana (* Oktober in Tel Aviv) ist eine deutsche Synchronsprecherin. – Prison Break für Cynthia Kaye McWilliams als Kacee Franklin; – Gossip Girl für Leighton Meester als Blair Waldorf; –
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Ihre Leidenschaft wurde früh geweckt und ist seitdem ungebrochen - und das hört man! Amidst the fourth season, the romance between Dan and Blair became a polarizing topic among viewers  which also drew significant media interest.
Jarett Wieselman of the New York Post applauded the development, feeling that Blair had "more chemistry" with Dan than with Chuck. Rovzar further stated, "Since they live in a world where both only seem to have half a dozen real friends if that , is it so crazy they'd end up together?
Bricker stated that "[Dan and Blair], out of all the main characters, were the most well-suited for each other. In real life, they would've been 'endgame'.
Dawn Fallik of The Wall Street Journal was less positive, asserting that "both characters have been so Blandified that there's no fun left in the show.
With regard to Chuck and Blair, Meester stated, "I can really relate to it—not necessarily because it's this dramatic, tumultuous relationship, but because the way they love each other is very real, and not for the sake of being dramatic.
It's actual love. There's nobody for each other but them. Producers initially noticed chemistry between Blair and Dan in the Season 1 episode "Bad News Blair".
According to producer Joshua Safran, the creators planned to revisit their relationship once the timing was right. Safran also stated that the outcome wasn't necessarily decided ahead of time.
And we're often surprised by where their journeys take them; they open new doors for us all the time," he said. Following the twentieth episode of Season 4, Safran spoke on behalf of the series regarding the scene in which Chuck became violent with Blair.
The way we viewed it, I think it's very clear that Blair is not afraid in those moments, for herself. They have a volatile relationship, they always have, but I do not believe—or I should say we do not believe—that it is abuse when it's the two of them.
Chuck does not try to hurt Blair. He punches the glass because he has rage, but he has never, and will never, hurt Blair. He knows it and she knows it, and I feel it's very important to know that she is not scared—if anything, she is scared for Chuck—and what he might do to himself, but she is never afraid of what he might do to her.
Leighton and I were very clear about that. In response to these comments, Carina MacKenzie of Zap2it stated, "We're left wondering if Safran missed the part where she went home bleeding because Chuck was using physical intimidation to release his own emotions.
She noted Chuck's public humiliation of Blair, his attempt to pawn her during a business deal, and his use of physical intimidation.
MacKenzie also called the show's explanation "disturbing, particularly given the young, female target demographic of Gossip Girl and The CW.
In a review for the Los Angeles Times , Judy Berman addressed Safran's description of Blair during the scene.
In the fifth-season premiere, Blair continues to plan her wedding, but begins to encounter problems in her relationship with Louis.
It is later revealed that she is pregnant. Though she insists that she is in love with Louis, Blair begins to seek Chuck out as the season progresses.
The two eventually declare their love for each other prior to a car accident in her limousine while being chased by paparazzi. Though both recover, Blair suffers a miscarriage from the crash.
After the crash Blair decides that she must commit herself to Louis, converting to Catholicism and cutting off any connection with Chuck.
At the wedding, Gossip Girl releases a recording of Blair confessing her love for Chuck. Nevertheless, Louis and Blair get married, making Blair a Princess of Monaco, though Louis informs her that they will have a loveless marriage of convenience.
Amidst these developments, Blair grows conflicted between her feelings for Dan and Chuck. In the final season, Blair resumes her romantic relationship with Chuck, while Chuck and his father Bart—who is revealed to be alive in the previous season—become bitter rivals.
Blair pursues her career as head of Waldorf Designs, with several mishaps, before staging a successful line. Afterward, Blair and Chuck depart together.
In the series finale, Blair marries Chuck which results in her not having to testify against him in his father's murder case. Five years later, Blair is shown to be running her mother's successful fashion line and she works with Jenny in a line called "J for Waldorf", and she and Chuck are shown to have a son named Henry.
While covering the book series, Janet Malcolm of The New Yorker labeled the character "an antiheroine of the first rank," and asserted that "the series belongs to awful Blair, who inspires von Ziegesar's highest flights of comic fancy.
In the book Children's Literature and Culture , writer Harry Edwin Eiss chastised the depiction of Blair's bulimia. Unfortunately, Cecily von Ziegesar, the author of the series, presents a seriously flawed treatment of the problem.
In a failed attempt at humor, the writer regards Blair's sickness as just another source of gossip," he said. Julie Opipari of Manga Maniac Cafe gave the initial Gossip Girl manga a negative review, citing displeasure with the characters and plot.
However, she acknowledged that this gave her a greater appreciation for Blair in the second volume, noting that Blair "really had to learn how to rough it" after losing her privileged lifestyle.
She went on to state that "Blair is one character that is fun to hate on. So imagine my surprise when I actually started to like her by the end of the book".
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