Updated 11:08 AM EST, Sun, Dec 05, 2021

Blake Lively vs Taylor Swift: 'Age of Adaline' Actress Insists She Loves Pop Star

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Did Blake Lively just throw shade at Taylor Swift?

In a report by Fox News, Lively was speculated to have thrown some shade at Swift's girl squad in an Instagram post featuring L'Oreal's campaign for their Color Riche line of lipstick, which featured a slew of stars including Lively herself, Julianne Moore, Naomi Watts, and John Legend. Karlie Kloss, Swift BFF and a member of the "Bad Blood" squad, was also in the picture.

In her post, Lively wrote, "Soooo, turns out this WASN'T a video shoot for John Legend's cover of Bad Blood. @lorealparisofficial blew it out for this one. My #pinkobsession is exposed now. Ok your turn. I won't tell! #AlsoTurnsOutJohnLegendIsntCoveringBadBlood Time to start a petition!"

It sounds like an innocent suggestion for Legend to cover Swift's hit song, but apparently, some Swifties saw it as a dig.

Lively defended herself by posting on the social media site again, this time with her husband, Ryan Reynold's family, backstage at a Swift concert. The "Age of Adaline" actress captioned the photo, "Umm whoever thought I was throwin' shade clearly doesn't know I have a 'Taylor Swift Please Be My Wife Voo Doo Doll.'"

She also added, "Look how rad she is here making my niece Heather feel like a rock star. Love my Canadian family almost as much as I love Taylor Lively. I mean Swift. Ok, FIIINE we can hyphenate our last names. Xo Blake Swift-Lively 4eva."

Reynolds's niece was not the only one who got to meet Swift, either. According to US Magazine, other Hollywood celebrities also introduced their kids to the former country star, including Ben Affleck, Reese Witherspoon, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Alba.

Meanwhile, In Style Magazine reported that Lively was just in Paris for her friend, Angie Niles's book release. "Bright Lights Paris" is a first-person travel guide to the city of lights, with everything important about the place -- from shopping recommendations to hand-drawn recipes.

Lively said about her friend, "Angie offers a very welcoming version of Paris. She spotlights those intimate places that you don't read or hear about anywhere else because she'll walk along the streets, get lost, and stumble into somewhere fabulous, like a chic treasure hunt."

"Going there can be an intimidating experience-there are so many people, it's very French, and you feel like an idiot for not speaking the language," she also added.

Well, that's a great way to enjoy the city. Now, if only we can get Lively and Swift to come with us...

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