Olivia Jade Giannulli corrected a mistake within the first episode of the brand new Gossip Girl reboot
While it stays to be seen how many individuals caught the primary episode of HBO Max’s Gossip Girl, we all know of no less than one one who watched it: superstar offspring Olivia Jade. The social media mainstay — and daughter of convicted felons Lori Loughlin and designer Mossimo Giannulli — set the report straight after characters referred to as her out by identify on the premiere episode of the HBO Max collection.
Viewers appreciated the topical reference.
The new gossip lady citing the Olivia Jade college scandal within the first ep pic.twitter.com/eGIQCRYbAC
— Meag (@MeaghansTwitta) July 10, 2021
In the episode, the teenager protagonist Julien is humiliated after Gossip Girl leaks a pic of her half-sister Zoya (Whitney Peak) in a too-close-for-comfort pose in a pic together with her boyfriend, Obie (Eli Brown).
One of her buddies tells Julien it’s a “social media nightmare,” and that Julien wanting like she bought dumped is “bad for business.”
Another pal has a extra pragmatic method, telling the beleaguered Julien, “everything will be fine so long as you win. Olivia Jade gained followers when her mom went to jail.”
my favorite a part of the gossip lady pilot was the olivia jade reference pic.twitter.com/72wmDM3jcm
— nonetheless matt dillons greatest fan (@25lambs) July 9, 2021
Nope, says the real-life social media star, whose dad and mom had been caught by feds within the school admissions scandal and ended up with a stint in jail. Olivia Jade went to TikTok (naturally) to set the report straight.
@oliviajadegno i didn’t♬ unique sound – Olivia Jade
As Gossip Girl performs behind her, Olivia Jade shakes her head. After the present claimed she gained followers following her mother’s sentence, she says, “No, I didn’t.”
In December, Olivia Jade appeared on Red Table Talk to debate how the scandal effected her life.
“I don’t want pity,” the influencer stated. “I just want a second chance to be like, I recognized I messed up.”
“A huge part of having privilege is not knowing you have privilege. And so when it was happening it didn’t feel wrong,” she stated. “It didn’t feel like ‘That’s not fair, a lot of people don’t have that.’”
By January, it appeared Olivia Jade was able to put the entire mess behind her.
Entertainment Weekly experiences Olivia Jade misplaced some followers on YouTube after information broke of the faculty admission scandal; previous to the scandal, she had round 1.9 million followers. She at the moment has 1.84 million at press time.