Gossip Girl ended a year and a half ago, but there's still a Chuck-and-Blair-shaped hole in our hearts. Now comes news that the most easily beloved actress from the series will be popping up on another New York–set show: Zuzanna Szadkowski, who played Dorota for six glorious seasons, is headed to Girls. At last night's Gordon Parks Foundation Awards, Szadkowski was with BFF Andrew Rannells, who seemed thrilled about the whole thing. "This [new] season [of Girls] has felt like I’m much more part of the cast," Rannells says. "Also I think it’s cool to say that my friend Zuzanna here also did several episodes this season, so that was really fun." Szadkowski says the two, who have been friends since high school, haven't worked together since they first moved to New York years ago. "She was going to Barnard and I had just dropped out of college, so Girls is our big professional reunion," Rannells says. As for what we can expect from season four, Rannells and Szadkowski are mum except for one tidbit: "I’m definitely showing some flesh, I can say that," Rannells admits. "Big spoiler, though. It's Girls."
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