Penn Badgley slammed ‘Gossip Girl’ ending scene in a recent interview.
Maybe the former ‘Gossip Girl’ star did that to keep rumors about his girlfriend Domino Kirke out of the media circles.
He didn’t hesitate to plug his new band MOTHXR during the interview though.
Now that ‘Gossip Girl’ has been off air for several years, Penn Badgley had no problem saying that the ending scene of the CW show made no sense.
“It doesn’t make sense at all.
It wouldn’t have made sense for anybody.
Gossip Girl doesn’t make sense!” Penn said according to People Magazine.
Instead of turning to talk about his girlfriend Domino Kirke, he went on to describe his new band.
“He described MOTHXR’s sound as “somewhere between DIY – do it yourself – punk production aesthetic, with like new wave R&B,” naming influences like LCD Soundsystem, the Beastie Boys and Arthur Russell.
He called their improvised songwriting “meticulous but totally spontaneous.”” Right now, the former ‘Gossip Girl’ star is busy reinventing himself as the main man in the bad Mothxr.
And it turns out a political voice for his hometown Baltimore.
Despite the fact that the band earns “no money right now,” according to his interview with Huffington Post, Penn Badgley seems happy enough to keep plugging away.
But he has been pretty quiet in terms of girlfriend front.
Paparazzi caught him and his girlfriend Domino Kirke strolling through the streets of New York last year, but since then, they have not been seen together.
Daily Mail reported that the Penn Badgley, 27, who previously has dated Blake Lively and Zoe Kravitz, is now sharing his Brooklyn life with Jemima’s sister Domino Kirke, eating falafel and smoothies together.
“They’ve been dating for awhile,” a source told Us Weekly, “They have a number of mutual friends.
It is a very mature and free relationship.” Looks like Jemima Kirke’s sister fits into the Lonely Boy’s new-fangled life as a Bushwick-based band’s singer slash guitarist.
Domino is also leader of her band, DOMINO, which has toured with Lily Allen and has been “featured in Lena Dunham’s pre-’Girls’ film, ‘Tiny Furniture’.