NameÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Leighton Marissa Claire Meester
Date of BirthÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â April 09, 1986.
Birth PlaceÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Marco Island, Florida, USA
Claim to fameÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â As Blair Waldorf in CW’s series “Gossip Girl”, Actress.
Leighton Meester’s name is drawn inside a pessimistic story after news about her manager mother’s problem surfaces. Constance Meester is accused of making death threats to a past friend and at the present is slapped with a restraining order.
A lady in California, Laurel Wigg alleged Constance told her on January 21 that she might “track and kill” her and her son. Wigg, whose kid goes to the same school as Constance’s, added and said in the legal papers filed at Los Angeles Superior Court that Constance “is a fanatic and has made a threat to kill.”
Leighton Meester is still working on her introductory album which has been stated since 2009. The “Gossip Girl” beauty has attached forces with Clinton Sparks, and their duet titled “Front Cut” has been revealed and presented for free download. It’s predicted to make the cut to her future record.
From going throughout the country in the soundtrack of her newlyÂ released movie “Country Strong”, now Leighton coming back to her pop/dance origin. In this track, both she and Clinton have the same opinion that she should get a front cut as an alternative of standing in line as she seems to be “too fine and good” to be waiting in the line.
Actress Leighton Meester can attach comedienne to her b-data – she’s filmed a parody public service declaration arguing roommates about the world to evaluate each other’s privacy. The “Gossip Girl” star plays a crazy student who makes her guy tenant’s life a desolation in new movie “The Roommate”.
And to sponsor the film, Meester has jabbed fun at stars who participate in heartfelt contributions messages by shooting a tongue-in-cheek public service statement of her own, entitled: “Don’t Touch My Shit.” In the short film, placed on Collegehumor.com, the actress is seen in a joint apartment having point of view that students who live at one place have to leave each other’s things alone.