Leighton Meester Engaged to Her Mister?

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According to Page Six, Gossip Girl's Queen Bee, Leighton Meester, 22, has gotten engaged to her boyfriend, Sebastian Stan, 25.

Stan and Reebok spokeschick Meester met on the set of the CW's most scandalous show.  Their dating went public in July when they were spotted leaving a bowling alley at Chelsea Piers in New York City hand-in hand.

Meester has been linked with others, but it looks like 'Bastian won out in the end.

Stan played the recurring character of Carter Baizen, a rival to Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick) for her character's affections in two episodes of GG's 1st season.

Stan is currently working on a series for NBC called Kings, which will update the story of David vs. Goliath for the modern age.

Meester and Stan are said to have updated their "secret" Facebook pages with the announcement. Guess the "secret part" didn't work. Meester's rep had "no comment" on the story which makes it sound fairly valid.

Sebastian obviously has no problem with Leighton's parents' shady past.

Meester's character of bad girl Blair Waldorf has become the misunderstood villainess that the audience hates to love. One huge Samantha Ronson-type sexually inclined fan recently left a message on her non-secret, celebrity Facebook page which should indicate to Stan that he has some competition:

“omg blair or leight? hehehe i luv u so f***ing much! girl you are the reason for many thing i do in my life, i can't say to u everything, every dream that i have with u, you are amazing, better: P-E-R-F-E-C-T! you rock and serena don't ;)”

Stan better book the hall now before this chick comes calling. That's some devotion!


UPDATE:

No one can predict the course of true love, but Us believes they have the inside scoop on the Leighton Meester and Sebastian Stan relationship.

A headline on the Us site trumpets, "Rep: Leighton Meester Is Not Engaged."

However, a close reading of the tabloid's story reveals that the rep doing the talking is Stan's, not Meester's.

Isn't it traditional to let the woman do the talking when announcing or denying wedding plans?

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