Identity of Gossip Girl Revealed Were You Surprised By Gossip Girl's Identity? by Jessica Chandra 19/12/12 5 Reactions 2 Shares Print 0 0 2 0 0 After six seasons of being mysteriously voiced by Kristen Bell, the identity of Gossip Girl’s titular character was revealed last night in the show’s final episode. We always had an inkling that it would be someone within the core group of characters — Serena, Dan, Blair, Chuck and Nate — but we also wanted to know how the reveal would go down. In case you haven’t seen the episode and have somehow managed to avoid social media for the past 24 hours, we’re not going to reveal Gossip Girl’s identity here. Click through to find out who it was and tell us if you were surprised! Source: The CW Start What’s Your Reaction? 0 0 0 0 0 0 Don't hit the next slide if you don't want to know the identity of Gossip Girl! Source: The CW 1 / 2 It's Dan! What’s Your Reaction? 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dan Humphreys aka "Lonely Boy" was Gossip Girl all along! Were you surprised by this revelation? Source: The CW 2 / 2 0 0 2 0 0 Back to Homepage Read More TVGossip Girl Gossip Girl You Guys, Blair Waldorf and Seth Cohen Are Getting Married! 22/11/13 Ed Westwick on Life After Gossip Girl and Taking On Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet 06/10/13 Beauty Spotlight: TV Characters And Their Signature Looks 08/8/13 Beauty Spotlight: Hair Evolution of the Gossip girl Women 22/12/12 Video: XOXO Lonely Boy?! Plus Kristen Bell and More Gossip Girl Finale Surprises! 20/12/12 See the Pictures From the Gossip Girl Series Finale! 18/12/12 Pop Poll Who Do You Think Will Win Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars? 1 week ago Who Do You Think Will Win Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars? 1 week ago Steve O'Donnell From The Block Slams the Show's Editing 1 week ago Is This the Catchiest Song of 2014? 1 week ago It's Another Stellar Night of TV — What Will You Be Watching? 2 weeks ago Critics Say These Artists' Songs Sound the Same — Do You Agree? 2 weeks ago What’s Your Reaction? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Reactions 1 year Even though it ended up being Dan I still think the final episode was a cop-out with Chuck and Blair getting married to help with Chuck getting off on the the fact Bart Bass threw him self of the Building, they could of gone into more detail there. It appears all "theCW" shows use the look into the future as a way to end series, they did it with Smallville, Gossip Girl, they will probably do the same with Arrow once its run its course. They need to change this as it appears writers can't be bother so they go to Plan B "Lets move the series on a few months/years and write where are they now".