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'Gossip Girl' Alum Penn Badgley Ties The Knot With Domino Kirke Again

International Business Times

"Gossip Girl" alum Penn Badgley tied the knot with Domino Kirke once again! According to People, Badgley and Kirke already tied the knot in February, but they decided to hold a second wedding celebration on Sunday. On her Instagram account, Kirke, the sister of "Girls" alum Jemima Kirke, also posted a photo of her husband wearing a vest and tie. She captioned the photo by saying that people only get married twice. Badgley and Kirke's outdoor wedding ceremony was attended by some of their family members and closest friends in the industry.


'Gossip Girl' Alum Penn Badgley Returns To Television In Greg Berlanti's Thriller 'You'

International Business Times

"Gossip Girl" alum Penn Badgley will be returning to television very soon! The actor just booked a lead role in Greg Berlanti's upcoming Lifetime thriller, "You." According to TV Line, the psychological thriller is based on Caroline Kepnes' 2015 novel, wherein Joe (Badgley), a bookstore owner, uses social media and technology to feed his obsession with an aspiring writer. The latter role has not yet been cast. "You" received a straight to series order from Lifetime earlier this year.


'Girls' star Jemima Kirke calls her wedding 'pointless' following divorce

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Cast member of the HBO show Girls Jemima Kirke arrives for the premiere of the third season of the show in New York January 6, 2014.


Which 'Girls' Star's Grandparent Wrote The Original 'The Sound Of Music' Book?

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"Girls" star Zosia Mamet recently shared a shocking information about her family. During her recent appearance on "Inside the Actor's Studio" with her "Girls" co-stars, Mamet said that her grandfather, Russel Crouse, was the one who wrote "The Sound of Music." "Girls" stars Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke were both shocked to hear what Mamet just said. Allison Williams jokingly scolded Mamet for keeping such an important detail about her life from them. "You guys, I saved that for right now," Mamet told them.


'Girls' Season 6 Finale: Which Scene Was Cut From Episode 10?

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"Girls" Season 6 aired its series finale episode on Sunday night, but co-showrunner Jenni Konner said there was one scene that was cut from the installment. While speaking with TV Line, the executive producer said that they wanted to introduce Lena Dunham's and Allison Williams' stand-ins over the past six seasons. Cara Guglielmino and Lytle Harper should've made their television debut in the scene that was cut due to time constraints. "We were really happy to put Cara and Lytle in the show and it was heartbreaking to let go of that scene for that reason. They were the greatest," she said.