Penn Badgley reunites with onscreen little sister Taylor Momsen as the Gossip Girl alums sit down for podcast interview… over a decade after CW series' finale

Reunited: Gossip Girl co-stars Penn Badgley and Taylor Momsen have reunited for a new interview over a decade after the CW show's finale
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Penn Badgley reunites with onscreen little sister Taylor Momsen as the Gossip Girl alums sit down for podcast interview… over a decade after CW series’ finale

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Gossip Girl co-stars Penn Badgley and Taylor Momsen have reunited for a new interview over a decade after the CW show’s finale.

The duo recorded an episode of Badgley’s podcast Podcrushed, who shared images to Instagram of the pair hanging out on set Friday.

Badgley, 36 — who played Momsen’s onscreen brother in the teen drama — was photographed giving the 30-year-old a playful noogie while she giggled.

The next snap showed the You star rocking Momsen’s signature smokey black eyeshadow for a sizzling selfie. 

‘A reunion worth waiting for… but don’t ask us what’s going on in the second photo, we don’t know either,’ the podcast’s official Instagram captioned the teaser post. 

Recording: The duo recorded an episode of Badgley's podcast Podcrushed, who shared images to Instagram of the pair hanging out on set Friday

Recording: The duo recorded an episode of Badgley’s podcast Podcrushed, who shared images to Instagram of the pair hanging out on set Friday

For the taping, Badgley kept it casual in a crewneck sweater worn on top of a navy blue t-shirt and slim-fitting black pants.

Meanwhile, Momsen oozed 90s grunge glam as she let an oversized flannel shirt fall off her shoulders and decked herself out in edgy silver chains.

The pair previously portrayed siblings Dan and Jen Humphrey in the long-running CW series, which concluded in 2012.

They made their respective debuts as the Humphrey siblings during Gossip Girl’s first season in 2007.

In addition to the two, the program starred figures such as Blake Lively, Leighton Meester and Chace Crawford.

The show was centered on the lives of several students at an upper-class private school in New York City’s Upper East Side.

While Badgley remained with the program for all of its six seasons, Momsen departed the show at the end of its fourth and made a guest appearance in its series finale.

A rebooted version of the program eventually made its debut in 2021 and ran for two seasons.

The actor went on to found Podcrushed, which deals with the experience of adolescence, alongside co-hosts Nava Kavelin and Sophie Ansari in May of last year.

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The performer has also had his former costars Meester and Crawford drop in for podcast appearances.

Family: The pair previously portrayed siblings Dan and Jen Humphrey in the long-running CW series, which concluded in 2012; seen in 2007

Family: The pair previously portrayed siblings Dan and Jen Humphrey in the long-running CW series, which concluded in 2012; seen in 2007 

Stars are born: In addition to the two, the program starred figures such as Blake Lively, Leighton Meester and Chace Crawford

Stars are born: In addition to the two, the program starred figures such as Blake Lively, Leighton Meester and Chace Crawford 

Sticking around: While Badgley remained with the program for all of its six seasons, Momsen departed the show at the end of its fourth and made a guest appearance in its series finale

Sticking around: While Badgley remained with the program for all of its six seasons, Momsen departed the show at the end of its fourth and made a guest appearance in its series finale

Badgley spoke about his time on on Gossip Girl during an interview with The Guardian, where he discussed working within the tropes of a teen drama series. 

‘People associate me with a certain kind of storytelling. We have leaned into it; it just feels natural and fun. My adolescence, and growing up in Hollywood, is a running joke,’ he said.

The performer also expressed that he viewed Podcrushed as a way to deal with the emotions he felt as a young adult.

‘In terms of my own personal reconciliation and my place in all of that, I’m not so sure…but I’m using this time of life as a door into culture and identity and self worth,’  he said.

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