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An inside look on the set of Blake Lively’s very first L’Oreal Paris commercial. Watch below!
And we have our first Blake event of the year! Blake made a personal appearance in Dubai for Gucci and you can view the pictures in the gallery:
Blake Lively walks into the room, chewing. “Hi, I’m Blake.” With all the talks of her rumored new lifestyle site, it’s appropriate that she’s eating, looking, and smelling beautiful, all at the same time. It’s the very picture of having it all, the Blake Lively way.
Earlier reports claimed that the site was “lifestyle”-focused, but she tells the Cut those rumors were largely inaccurate. “No,” Blake confirmed, “It will be a site, but not necessarily for lifestyle.” Read on to learn about the new site, how she smells, her favorite YouTube animal videos, and if she would ever get a pixie cut.
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, as Blake Lively can attest! The actress and Ryan Reynolds will be celebrating their second Christmas as a married couple on Dec. 25, and we know just what the former Gossip Girl actress hopes to find under her tree: vintage earrings from Van Cleef & Arpels!
The 26-year-old blond spoke to E! News’ Alicia Quarles at the jeweler’s redesigned New York 5th Avenue Flagship Maison event on Tuesday, Dec. 10, where Lively revealed she’s eyeing some bling. “Their estate pieces are incredible,” the movie star said, “because they show how timeless Van Cleef is.”
“Ryan, you’ve heard what she wants for Christmas,” Quarles said. “If you’re watching, you have no excuse!” Lively then joked that the circular gems would result in them filing for “bankruptcy.” If Reynolds doesn’t splurge, we’d guess Lively would be just as happy to get a kiss under the mistletoe!
Gift-giving aside, Lively is excited to spend the holiday season in the Big Apple. “I just love walking the streets of New York,” the California native said. “Not only are the buildings more decorated, but there’s an excitement. There’s an energy in the city that is different than the energy the rest of the year.”
Lively starred in “The Town” and “Green Lantern” while in-between seasons of “Gossip Girl.”
Blake Lively has left CAA, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
The actress, who continues to be repped by Management 360 and Jackoway Tyerman, will take meetings as she hunts for a new agency. Her husband, actor Ryan Reynolds, is repped by WME.
Lively is best known as the star of CW’s cult hit Gossip Girl, in which she played Serena van der Woodsen for six seasons beginning in 2007. She also made inroads into movies, earning rave reviews for her work in The Town, holding her own opposite Ben Affleck, Jeremy Renner and Rebecca Hall.
Lively also appeared in Green Lantern opposite Reynolds, as well as last summer’s Savages, directed by Oliver Stone and starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Taylor Kitsch.
Among her upcoming movies is Adaline, a Lakeshore/Sidney Kimmel Entertainment drama currently in preproduction and being eyed for a spring 2014 shoot.
Lively came to CAA in 2007 after being repped by Gersh.
Blake Lively’s father, Ernie Lively, who suffered a massive heart attack in 2003, will now have more energy to chase after his grandkids following a groundbreaking heart procedure on Nov. 7.
“My youngest daughter is newly married and wants a big family,” says Lively, 66, about Blake, 26, and son-in-law Ryan Reynolds, 37. “She says she wants 30 kids. I said, ‘Why don’t you start with one?’”
Lively, a veteran actor who lives in Heber City, Utah, with wife Elaine, also 66, previously had only half of a functioning heart and had trouble walking up a flight of stairs.
After Lively connected with Dr. Amit Patel, a professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine’s Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery earlier this year, he became the first known patient to undergo retrograde gene therapy for the heart – injecting a patient’s own stem cells in the heart to repair damaged muscle and arteries.
“I woke up the other morning and told my wife, ‘I haven’t felt this good in years,’” said Lively, who has four other children, in comments released by the University of Utah Health Care.
“I moved to Utah because of the snow, but I haven’t been able to ski,” Lively added. “I literally didn’t have the heart to do it. Now, I’m excited about living the rest of my life instead of sitting around. Dr. Patel saved my life.”