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Leighton Meester Covers 'Seventeen' February 2011

Leighton Meester Covers 'Seventeen' February 2011

Leighton Meester looks gorgeous in a Spring Versus dress on the cover of Seventeen‘s February issue, on newsstands January 4.

Here’s what the 24-year-old Gossip Girl and Country Strong star had to share with the mag:

On if she still feels having a boyfriend isn’t a priority: “I would say the same thing today as well. [But] I think that the importance of love is really strong for me in my life, whether it’s a guy or a friend or just my puppy. I think love changes you over time, and whether you have good or bad experiences, you always grow and learn from it.”

On starting a family: “I want a family someday and I know that I have to let love in to create that and I think there is someone out there for me, but I’m not on some crazy hunt for that right now.”

On her new music: “I’m working with a band right now, doing a lot of acoustic music through singing and writing. It’s really fun and fulfilling. It’s an expression of what I have in my life and what I’m going through, or what I have gone through, and of course, it’s mostly about love or relationships.”

FYI: In the inside pic, Leighton is wearing a Chris Benz jacket, Nicholas Kirkwood for Prabal Gurung shoes, and Milly shorts and top.

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