In season 5, Diana Payne claims that she is Chuck's biological mother, conceiving him after she and Bart had an affair, but it is revealed to be untrue. Read more
Later, they both attend the salon and Lola, wanting to prove her theory that Serena is Gossip Girl, livestreams a conversation between Diana and Serena; during which Diana reveals she is Chuck's mother.
Elizabeth Fisher (formerly known as Evelyn Bass) was a recurring character on the television adaption of Gossip Girl. Elizabeth is the biological mother of Chuck Bass, and was presumed to be deceased until the third season. She is portrayed by Laura Harring. Elizabeth appears in five episodes.
MotherChucker: The big secret everyone no one saw coming is finally out: Diana (Elizabeth Hurley) is Chuck's real mother! (Take that, season three!) Though Diana did everything she could to prevent Chuck from finding out the truth, this is Gossip Girl and the truth always comes out.
After eavesdropping in on media mogul Diana Payne's (Elizabeth Hurley) phone conversation where she mentioned being at the hospital the night that Chuck was involved in a serious, near-fatal car accident, Serena realized that Diana was the family member who donated the blood that would save his life, making her his ...
Jack Bass is the younger and irresponsible brother of Bart Bass, and the uncle of Bart's son, Chuck Bass.
Chuck grew up on the Upper East Side with his three best friends and fellow elites Nate Archibald, Blair Waldorf, and future-stepsister Serena van der Woodsen. His father is Bart Bass, a self-made billionaire, which is irregular, compared to the Bass' old money friends.
Realizing Rufus was right about his intentions, Lily begins to distance herself from William. However, Holland finds Serena that night and reveals that Rufus cheated on Lily with her (It's a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World). Soon after, Serena outs Rufus for cheating in front of everyone and Lily is shocked.
Suddenly, in season 5, Bart miraculously returns, claiming to have faked his death in order to protect his family from being killed by his competitors. ... Chuck then seeks out Andrew the PI and his competitor who wanted to murder him, having them arrested so Bart can come out of hiding.
The elder Bass, who died in a car wreck last season, was a hard-dealing, self-made entrepreneur who earned his billions as the head of Bass Industries. But on the living, breathing Upper East Side, the Bass surname has an actual association: power couple Sid and Mercedes Bass.
In O Brother, Where Bart Thou?, Lily finally listens to a voicemail Bart left her the night he died. In it he reveals he knows the true reason she was hospitalized in France. In Gone with the Will, Lily is awarded 20% of Bass Industries in the wake of Bart's death.
Hamilton House is a secret society at various locations, including a chapter at Columbia University.
Scott Rosson is the secret love child of Lily van der Woodsen and Rufus Humphrey whom Lily gave away when she was very young. Lily kept the secret from Rufus for many years until CeCe tells him in season two. He is also the half brother of Serena and Eric van der Woodsen and Dan and Jenny Humphrey.
At the funeral reception, Lily tries to console Chuck but he rejects her and says he blames her for Bart's death. That same day, CeCe reveals Lily's big secret to Rufus: that twenty years prior she got pregnant with his baby and gave him up for adoption (O Brother, Where Bart Thou?).
Although William had actually been treating Lily for her cancer, he keeps her just sick enough for her to remain in need of him, as he had fallen in love with her again. When the truth about William's plot to separate Lily and Rufus is revealed, however, it causes a major rift between him and his family.
5. Lillian Celia “Lily” van der Woodsen (née Rhodes) Fiction note: Played by Kelly Rutherford in the CW Network television series Gossip Girl, an adaptation of the book series by Cecily Von Ziegesar.
Milo is briefly shown in several episodes, mainly with Philip and sometimes Georgina. It's mentioned that he has a nanny. It was confirmed that he is not Dan's real son.
Blair Waldorf Is Real-Life Olivia Palermo.
The Waldorf Family is one of the wealthiest families in Manhattan and is made up of Eleanor Waldorf, her daughter, Blair, her second husband, Cyrus Rose, and his son, Aaron. With former links to the Grimaldi family, the Waldorf's and the Roses hold prominent roles within Manhattan high society.
The Bass Family is the richest family on the show, as they are billionaires. They live on the Upper East Side. The members include Bart, Chuck, and Jack Bass. It also eventually includes Bart's widowed wife Lily van der Woodsen, Chuck's wife, Blair Waldorf, and his son, Henry Bass.
As Chuck got older and the writers became more interested in exploring the source of his problems Bart claimed to dislike him for his weakness that he had witnessed in their home lives, Bart mentions he “always” knew Chuck had been “weak”, and in Chuck's business.
In season 5, Diana Payne claims that she is Chuck's biological mother, conceiving him after she and Bart had an affair, but it is revealed to be untrue. When looking for Diana's secret, he is discovered alive.
He finds the records and returns them to Lily, and the two become somewhat civil again. In the series finale New York, I Love You XOXO time jump, Rufus is dating Lisa Loeb and is friendly with Lily.
Meanwhile, Vanessa learns the truth: that Scott is Rufus and Lily's son. ... She hurries to New York to tell him he supports him, and Scott decides not to tell Rufus at the last minute. He lies that Andrew was his son, and he is only his brother.
She too believes that he and Blair are more than just friends, and confronts Nate, who is upset that Vanessa doesn't trust him and breaks up with her. Nate then renews his relationship with Blair and they become a couple again (Remains of the J).