The Pretty Reckless singer Taylor Momsen recently commented on the death of iconic Rush drummer Neil Peart who died this week Tuesday after a private battle with brain cancer. Momsen wrote: “Such a loss, one of my favorite musicians of all time. His influence and music will live on through anyone who picks up an instrument.” This Taylor Momsen creepy black swimsuit photo was recently revealed.
Taylor Momsen bends in tight outfit photo. In other news regarding Taylor Momsen and The Pretty Reckless, fans of the band recently took to social media to discuss one of Momsen’s most thrilling projects – Gossip Girl, most specifically the show’s first season which starred the Pretty Reckless singer as Jenny Humphrey. One fan wrote: “When it comes to guilty pleasures, this one is the juiciest and most fun to watch. Based on the book series by Cecily von Ziegesar, this CW show is narrated by the mysterious title character. Not really so mysteries as it is that of the recognizable voice of Kristen Bell, who was both seen and heard on three seasons of “Veronica Mars”. This first season of “Gossip Girl” begins with the return of Serena van der Woodsen (played by Blake Lively of “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” movies.) The question of why Serena left in the first place is not answered until near the end of the season. Each of the 18 episodes contained in this DVD set is satisfying viewing because each one of them is a well written, well-acted, well-done piece of storytelling.”
Taylor Momsen reveals creepy Jim Carrey photo. While another put: “This is a great series and will get you hooked. Don’t go into this thinking that it will be a profound, deeply moving show. It’s a show for preteens but can be enjoyed by any age (I’m in my twenties, and a medical student). It’s like a soap but without all the cheesiness. There are still some cliched moments but really the camera work is very artful and my BF and I (he watches it too, and likes it but would never admit it to anyone else) have even commented aloud on the quality of the cinematography at times. Great show, get hooked and with no commercials, it’s easy to watch a full episode in 40 minutes!”