The actress has revealed they found out about the cancellation on Twitter After filming their exit scenes for the show last week, the stars toasted the end of the fifth season with a chilled-out bash at The W Hotel in Westwood, California, as they reflected upon their memories of the past four years.
Shenae Grimes, who played troubled teen Annie Wilson, looked close to tears as she took to the microphone, with Anna Lynne Mc Cord wrapping a reassuring arm around her as they cuddled up for one last time.
Just another unemployed couch-surfer, Pitt was crashing with Priestley's roommate in North Hollywood when Priestley came home from a shoot to discover a "tall skinny guy" sleeping in his bed.
In the same vein as Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill, the last show will likely be paired with a retrospective of the drama, and in the final season, fans can look forward to a guest appearance from Michael Jackson's son Prince and a performance from newly reunited band Fall Out Boy.
"She really and truly did not give a shit," says Priestley, remembering how Doherty once scoffed at a Fox publicist for ordering her a town car instead of a limo before the show was even picked up.
"It was a very cool attitude, until it wasn't." The cast of did indeed hook up with each other.
"They can't be made secure," he rasps, typically underplaying the line.
"I'm through with the laundry mass-transit system." Last May he had to be smuggled out of a mall in Seattle in a laundry hamper when throngs of adolescent female fans ran lemminglike into the barricades.