A Conversation with Chace Crawford

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The UK Metro has a funny interview with 22-year-old Gossip Girl hunk Chace Crawford. Here are some excerpts for you ...

Q: Chace. That's an unusual name.
Chace Crawford: Yes. I'm OK with it.

Q: Why didn't your parents spell Chase properly?
Chace Crawford: I blame my dad. He wanted all Cs.

Q: Have you been in a love triangle like the one on Gossip Girl?
Chace Crawford: No, not one in which I'm suddenly cut into a montage of me having sex on a bar stool. I've gone from girlfriend to girlfriend in the past, but I've never been in a seedy love triangle.

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Q: Are you worried you'll end up typecast like the actors on Beverly Hills 90210?
Chace Crawford: No. Gossip Girl isn't massive like 90210, it isn't iconic like 90210 and it's not going to last a decade. The crossover between TV and film has changed. Actors can do both now. They couldn't 15 years ago.

Q: What's the best thing about coming from Texas?
Chace Crawford: I've got a great family and Texas is a very family-orientated place. It's great to come from a community like that.

Q: You were reportedly dating American Idol winner Carrie Underwood. Have you ever voted in a reality show phone poll?
Chace Crawford: No, I'm not a big fan of reality shows and I never watched American Idol.

Q: So you're not having a fling with JC Chasez?
Chace Crawford: No, of course not.

Q: Do you have a favorite 'N Sync song?
Chace Crawford: No, I don't.

Q: Have you read any good books lately?
Chace Crawford: I'm reading The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell. I loved his other one, Blink. I'm also reading Catching The Big Fish by David Lynch.

Q: What was your last dream about?
Chace Crawford: I scuba dive. I've been having dreams I'm drowning and I wake up gasping for air.

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