Lisa Loeb to Guest on Gossip Girl

043008 loeb web Lisa Loeb to Guest on Gossip GirlFollowing the announcement of Lydia Hearst’s guest appearance on Gossip Girl, the CW revealed that Lisa Loeb, the 90’s librarian-like hottie, will also make a cameo in the May 12 episode. Do you think she’ll … stay? The Los Angeles Times reports:

As you might have seen on Dish Rag, heiress Lydia Hearst is making an appearance on "Gossip Girl" as herself a socialite named Amelia (here’s a sneak peek pic). Now the CW confirms that singer Lisa Loeb will be making a cameo in the May 12 episode.

Remember how Rufus’ band, Lincoln Hawk, was featured in a Rolling Stone "Top 10 Forgotten Bands of the ’90s" issue in the show’s pilot? Apparently, Lincoln Hawk reunites at a ’90s-themed concert sponsored by the magazine at which Loeb will also perform.

After last night’s episode, maybe Serena should dedicate "Stay" to Dan.

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