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Her transformation started while she was still on the show, and Jenny gradually took on some of Taylor's real-life style — that is, until Taylor had enough and was written off.

Since the show ended, he's popped up in the films Eloise, Mountain Men, and Rules Don't Apply.The stars of the juicy hit have all experienced ups and downs in the years since, with bumpy careers and, at times, even bumpier personal lives.Here, FEMAIL looks at what the biggest cast members of the first season have gotten up to in the past decade, and where they've been since the show wrapped in 2012. It's been a decade since then-20-year-old Blake achieved almost overnight superstardom as wild child It Girl Serena.In addition to steady work on the silver screen, Blake's also raking in big bucks with sponsorship deals.She's been the face of Chanel and Gucci Premiere, and is currently a brand ambassador for L'Oréal Paris. In 2014, Blake launched an artisan lifestyle website called Preserve which flopped spectacularly and was shuttered the next year.Her singles included Somebody to Love, our Love's a Drug, and vocals for Cobra Starship's Good Girls Go Bad.

She finally released her own album, Heartstrings, in 2014, and went on tour the following year.

We can't put it in writing, but we promise you can go." So that's why I said, "O. The two said 'I do' in June of 2012, and have had two children: a two-year-old daughter named James, and another daughter, Ines, who turns one next month.

Since the Gossip Girl finale aired in December of 2012, Blake has also starred in The Age of Adaline and The Shallows, and was just announced as the star of the upcoming film adaptation of Liane Moriarty's The Husband's Secret.

And this year she switched to comedy, starring as Deborah Revere opposite Adam Pally in Fox's Making History.

Her career isn't the only aspect of her life going well, either. He may not have liked it, but [his character] was the closest to who he was,' executive producer Joshua Safran told Vanity Fair.

While Blood & Oil didn't last, his relationship with his co-star Rebecca Rittenhouse did, and the two are still going strong two years later. After originally auditioning for Nate, Ed was given bad boy Chuck, instead — and the showrunners anxiously awaited for the British actor's work visa to be approved so they could move forward.