Ed westwick dating
“Gossip Girl” star Ed Westwick has dumped co-star and girlfriend Jessica Szohr after hearing rumors she was cozying up with one of his best friends.
Heartbroken Westwick split with Szohr in an emotional phone call last week after learning from friends she’d been flirting with handsome heir Marco Minuto.
She's beautiful, to be sure, but she lacks the bleached-blonde, high-gloss, look-at-me exterior so common among young female celebrities.
Instead, the Wisconsin-raised former child model is truly refreshingly real.
Take, for example, the story of how she snagged her breakthrough role on : "Two of my friends in L. invited me to this Labor Day barbecue, but I really just wanted to stay on the couch with my French bulldog," she says. "I remember hanging out by the pool in an old T-shirt and jean shorts, just talking to people.
Three days later, my manager calls to tell me that I'd been with the show's ecutive producer and one of the creators and they want me to audition." Less than a week after that, Jessica was on her way to New York. Of course, she was originally booked for only a three-episode stint; three seasons later, she's still around.
He currently plays Vincent Swan in the BBC Two television comedy series White Gold (2017).
Her flirty behavior shocked a lot of their friends, so word quickly got back to Ed, who has been filming in Europe.") A little confusion, though, is understandable: When the 24-year-old turns up for her interview at a très chic West Village gastro-pub, she's swaddled in sweaters.Her thick, dark hair is pulled into a ponytail and she's wearing very little makeup.It's not the girl who broke his heart, but similar... In fact, we wouldn't doubt for a minute that it was Leighton posing as one of the "concerned friends" who spilled the beans about Jessica's flirtatious ways. When they do, the actress usually responds with a friendly, "I get that." (Slightly tougher to take are the clueless types who say she resembles a certain TV star—only "cuter." Because, really, she wonders, "what is that supposed to mean?