I uploaded some more additions to some galleries and capped some Chime for Change interviews for you all!
CANDIDS > 2012 > Out in Virginia – September 16
CANDIDS > 2013 > Out in NY – May 7
CANDIDS > 2013 > Photo Shoot in NY – May 7
APPEARANCES > 2013 > ‘Chime For Change The Sound Of Change Live’ Concert – June 1
CAPTURES > OTHER > Chime for Change PSA
CAPTURES > OTHER > HeatTV Interview at Chimes for Change (June 1, 2013)
CAPTURES > OTHER > Showbiz411 Interview at Chimes for Change (June 1, 2013)
Blake Lively is unnerved people have set-up fake social media accounts in her name.
The former Gossip Girls star has fake profiles set-up on several social networking platforms.
A Twitter account with the handle @iam_blakelively is even verified with over 86,000 followers.
The 25-year-old actress wants fans to know that account, and many others, are not hers.
“I have fake Twitters and Instagrams,” she told E! News. “None of them are me.”
Blake admits she is disturbed by the phenomenon of celebrities having online imposters.
She said it’s “not good” and questions why diehard fans would want to trick the public by pretending they’re her.
“It is strange. I think it’s a little odd,” she said.
Blake on Saturday was in London at the Chime For Change: Sound of Change Live charity concert.
Beyoncé Knowles headlined the show, which also featured performances from Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Rita Ora, John Legend and Florence + The Machine, among others.
Blake’s husband, Ryan Reynolds, was also a presenter.
Together the stars helped to raise $4.3 million for women’s and children’s rights.
Blake told the outlet she was honoured to be part of the cause. She also acknowledges social media played a large role in helping the cause.
“I think [Sound of Change's] message is everyone has a voice,” she said.
“A woman is a woman and everyone has a voice and everyone can make a difference. And now because of social media, it used to be celebrities could reach the masses, but now everyone can have their voice heard,” she explained.
It looks as if Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively tried to get through the airport unnoticed over the weekend.
Emphasis on tried.
While making their way through Tegel Airport in Berlin, Germany, paparazzi snapped the pretty pair doing their best to remain somewhat incognito.
Both kept their heads down, with Lively clearly taking it one step further by way of a wide-brimmed hat strategically placed in an effort to obstruct her face.
Of course, when you’re as gorgeous as these two, there’s only so much you can do.
Captures from Blake’s appearance in Elettra’s YouTube segment have been added to the gallery. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch the video in the post below this one!
CAPTURES > OTHER > Vogue Cooking Series Elettra’s Goodness
In this episode, Actress Blake Lively joins Elettra Wiedemann to recreate one of her favorite personal recipes, sausage and brie puff pastry, using locally sourced meats and ingredients.
Nars make-up artist Elaine Offers reveals how she created Lively’s smouldering make-up at New York’s Met Gala.
Never one to play it safe on the red carpet, Blake Lively may like to experiment with her sartorial looks, but when it comes to make-up, the 24-year-old sticks to what she knows. At the prestigious Met Gala ball, Lively paired her bronzed limbs with a luminous base and winged smoky eye for a polished, all-American make-up look that’s become her signature beauty go-to.
“Blake knows exactly what she wants, and with the layers of her dress and touch of punk with the biker jacket, we knew we had to focus on the eyes, and keep the look true to her signature style.” says Nars make-up artist Elaine Offers, who created Lively’s look for the night.
Paying tribute to the Costume Institute’s punk theme, Offers added edge by creating a wider, more intense wing. “We really emphasised her eyes by winging the eye products out past the outer eye corner,” she said.
To do this, Offers created an extended cat’s-eye shape with Nars Mesopotamia Eye Paint. “This shade creates the shape and density that we needed,” she says. Ubangi Eye Paint was then applied on the lash line for definition, swept out past the outer corner and extending up towards the brow. A final blend of Black Valley Eye Paint in the roots of the lashes, following the shape of the eye, added tight definition. Voluminous mascara was applied both the top and bottom lashes.
Offers kept the rest of the make-up simple. “It’s all about balance. With a defined eye, you need a light lip and radiant skin,” she says, applying a radiance-promoting foundation and adding warmth with a touch of blush on the cheekbones. A slick of Striptease lip gloss over lips filled in with Floralies Satin lip pencil completed the look.
“It’s signature Blake!” she declares.
Blake Lively may still have a few more years before she can celebrate being a new mom with hottie hubby Ryan Reynolds, but recently the star opened up about her own Mother’s Day memories with her mom and the Gucci perfume she took from Blake!