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Leighton Meester

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Leighton Marissa Meester (born April 9, 1986 in Texas, raised in Marco Island, Florida) is an American actress and singer-songwriter, best known for her role as Blair Waldorf in the TV show Gossip Girl. In April 2009, it was announced Meester signed a recording contract with Universal Republic. The album was said to be electronic, dancey, and edgy; she worked with JR Rotem, Kara Dioguardi, and several other producers. The first single, Somebody to Love, was released in fall 2009 and featured Robin Thicke. Other leaked songs off her debut album, such as "Body Control," generated positive reviews from fans as she maintained the "electro-pop edge" that keeps her current with modern music trends. She confirmed on her twitter page that she was not expecting anyone to hear "Body Control" yet but was pleased with the positive reviews. Meester is also featured in the Cobra Starship song "Good Girls Go Bad (Feat. Leighton Meester)", the first single from their third studio album Hot Mess. The song was digitally released on May 11, 2009. A second single, Your Love's a Drug, was digitially released on March 30, 2010. She also recorded a cover of Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) and was featured on the Stephen Jerzak song She Said. In 2010 she also contributed four covers for the country drama Country Strong's soundtrack.


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    Paris, France to Michigan
    London town and through Berlin
    I can't believe this place I'm in
    Everywhere and back again
    Porcelain and China dolls
    Somebody to Love  -  562,870 plays
    I like it, I want it
    The way you make my body move
    I think I'm addicted
    I'm high off everything you do
    I'm going to call you, baby
    Your Love's a Drug  -  603,781 plays
  3. Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)  -  123,051 plays
  4. Somebody to Love (feat. Robin Thicke)  -  393,039 plays
    In a book, in a box, in the closet
    In a line, in a song I once heard
    In a moment on a front porch late one June
    In a breath inside a whisper beneath the moon
    There it was at the tips of my fingers
    Words I Couldn't Say  -  156,199 plays
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