Unaired Scene From 'Gossip Girl' Season 2 DVD

Unaired Scene From 'Gossip Girl' Season 2 DVD

The special clip is taken from the DVD package which is arriving August in time of the third season premiere.

"Gossip Girl" season 2 DVD is heading to the stores on August 18 and a clip featured within the package is released. Titled "Cold Feet", it sees Blair's mom worrying about the outfit when she is questioning about her love for Cyrus Rose. Blair and Serena comfort her in order to get her downstairs.

The clip is part of the "unaired scenes" which is one of the DVD's special features. Apart from having never-before-seen clips, the DVD will include also Chasing Dorota Webisodes, Gag Reel, downloadable audiobook of novel "Gossip Girl: You Know You Love Me" which is read by Christina Ricci, "5th Ave. Meets Gossip Girl" where fans can have a tour to Gossip Girl crowd's favorite haunts, and a footage showing creative forces behind the show's art and fashion.

All the 25 episodes of the season, including the backdoor pilot of "Valley Girls", are in the set. Released via Warner Home Video, the DVD is sold with the suggested retail price of $59.98.

The third season of "Gossip Girl" will premiere on September 14.

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