Blake lively blake lively dating Teen chat room about sex

18-Mar-2015 03:11

blake lively blake lively dating-27

who is asher keddie dating

Her first big role was Serena van der Woodsen in TV series Gossip Girl.I was working out 13 hours a day because shooting was working out,” the actress told Entertainment Tonight.Lively, 28, who portrays a bikini-clad surfer fighting for her life against a great white shark in “The Shallows,” also revealed she was surprised to see her body bounce back after giving birth to daughter James in December 2014.“It was neat to be able to do that, and it was neat to have that challenge after having a baby, because you think your body is so different — you think no matter what, it’s never [going to be] totally the same again,” Lively said.“And to be able to be in better shape than I had ever been in before.Blake Lively trained like a beast for her latest film.

blake lively blake lively dating-34

Sex chat no login or registration

blake lively blake lively dating-83

family guy dating advice

I thought, ‘OK, that’s really encouraging,'” she continued.

While Lively credited trainer Don Saladino for kicking her butt “in the best way, in the most healthy way,” husband Ryan Reynolds, 39, provided plenty of support, having starred in a survival thriller of his own with 2010’s “Buried.” “He always talked about ‘Buried’ and what an important thing that was for him to be able to do.

So, we have to give Blake an “A” for effort and several bonus points for thinking of Disney when she picked her outfit.

Blake Lively gave us an early look at her outfit for Day One of the Cannes Film Festival, posting with it, “fashion inspo day 1: Esmerelda.” As in, you know, Now, we know what you’re thinking, this isn’t an ~exact~ match, but her romantic, off-the-shoulder bohemian dress definitely channels the spirit of Esmerelda.

What a challenge it was and boy, was it a payoff,” Lively shared.“[For this film], he said, ‘Be prepared, this movie is a physical challenge, it is an athletic event,'” she continued, “like training for a marathon.” This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.