Gossip Girl Spoilers: Dair, Rufly, Diana & More

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With Gossip Girl back for its spring run, the teasers and spoilers are coming fast.

We got plenty of insight last week in our interview with Joshua Safran, who promises a major season finale cliffhanger that alters the fabric of the show forever. We'll see if it lives up to that promise.

As for what's coming up between now and then ...

There’s a fairly epic Dan and Blair kiss on the horizon, according to TV Line's Michael Ausiello, but perhaps more intriguingly, Dan makes a big professional sacrifice, in the name of love, this May.

Any thoughts on what that could be?

Big Night For Dan

Meanwhile, Safran confirms that what we saw in Monday's Gossip Girl spring premiere was just the beginning of a rough patch ahead for Lily and Rufus, due in large part to their move across the East River.

“There is a lot of relationship drama [coming up] for Lily and Rufus,” he says.

“Let’s just say a tree may grow in Brooklyn, but Lily van der Woodsen does not. She is a Manhattan girl at heart and her transition [to the loft] is not going to last very long.”

And then there's Diana Payne, who's set to return next week. Apparently, whatever mysteries surround her are about to intertwine with the saga of Gossip Girl herself, and things come to ahead. Says Safran:

"[That] is definitely at the forefront of these episodes. We will learn the secret that Gossip Girl has had on Diana. She is not only going to try to take her place back at The Spectator, but also maybe in Nate's heart."

Sound off on this latest batch of Gossip Girl spoilers in the comments below ...

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