The actor has hinted that he's ready to leave the show that shot him to fame
Will the Upper East Side be the same without its resident bad boy? Ed Westwick has suggested that he's ready to leave the show that shot him to fame...
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Having first hit our screens as lothario Chuck Bass back in 2007, the actor has suggested to reporters that he's happy to bid a fond farewell to Gossip Girl.
In an interview with Tatler magazine, the actor hinted that he thinks his character has run its course.
'It's all about the work you know,' he said. 'The feeling you get when you connect to the work.'
'And that's what I had with Chuck Bass in the beginning - I was fascinated by him. But now, to be completely honest, I'm ready to do something else.
'Really ready to do something else.'
'Everyone's dated each other, and then broken up, or whatever. It's natural that romance would blossom.'
'Blossom and then wilt,' he added.
'The wickedness of women! The heartbreakers, god damn them. I've learnt. And I feel stronger and wiser.'
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