The cover story of this month’s Rolling Stone is a feature on Gossip Girl. Sure. It’s a great show, and what better time to feature them on the cover of a declining music magazine than three quarters of the way through the television season, during South by Southwest, amidst a world in chaos. IT JUST MAKES SENSE. Whatever. Look at me being all Professor Magazines over here. ANYWAY, in the article, Chace Crawford and Ed Westwick are asked about the persistent rumors that they are two gay guys being gay lovers with each other, which they have consistently denied, and which they deny again in the article, but naturally they deny it in the gayest way possible. From Rolling Stone (via Towleroad):
Says Westwick: “[The rumors are] Fucking ridiculous! “It’s funny because I love this fucking dude dearly. I would die for this fucking dude. He’s my brother. But, by God, we are so into our women it’s ridiculous. But what are you going to do about it? Get pissed off and stay home and cry about it?…I made out with a girl in public. Fuck it, I’ll have sex in public. That one’s still on the list. Still haven’t ticked that one off. Well I have, but they haven’t seen me. Not George Michael public.”
Hahahha. That is so subtle. George Michael reference? Perfect. I’m glad Ed Westwick stopped fucking Chace Crawford long enough to mindfuck me. I mean, I think we’re all on the same page here, which is that we don’t care if Ed Westwick and Chace Crawford give each other blowjobs all night. Go ahead guys! But, like, it’s the ’90s, Ed Westwick. I don’t know how they do it over in Cornwall or whatever, but making out with a woman in public does not help you in America. Look at Ryan Seacrest. And saying “By God, we are so into our women it’s ridiculous” causes gaydars to burst into flames. Methinks the filthy lady doth protest too much.