Power couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds seem to radiate love on each social media post they share. They have been known for being adorable in front of the camera, professing their admiration for each other without guilt or shame.
They are also known for posting witty and hilarious dedications, often roasting or being silly to one another, in whichever mood they feel like on that day. But, jokes aside, the couple knows how to have fun and make fun of each other, in a good way.
Blake Lively Thirsts Over Ryan Reynolds’ Dance Moves
This Wednesday, Reynolds posted a video on his Instagram page; a rehearsal clip of a dance sequence from the Apple TV musical comedy show with Will Ferrell. The actor, talented as ever, showed off his power moves and grooves to the beat. The caption reads:
“You’ve got to be willing to be bad at something if you want to be… slightly less bad at it? Here’s Will and I proving that point!”
Blake Lively, the ever-supportive wife who is currently pregnant with their fourth child, wrote a thirsty comment:
“Can you get pregnant while pregnant??”
Reynolds revealed that he asked his friend Hugh Jackman for some pointers on how to sing and dance in preparation for Spirited. The Wolverine star is not a stranger to stage performance and musical theater. He has starred in several musical shows, such as The Greatest Showman, and will soon appear on Broadway for The Music Man.
The Deadpool star joked and told Big Issue that Jackman’s help is not helping him at all.
“He was like, ‘Just make sure you’re listening to those count-offs and those beats’. And I was like, ‘I don’t hear the beats, man. Help me out with something real here!’”
Later on, Jackman told him to just enjoy the performance, and it will radiate toward the crowd.
“He reminded me of something that is so vital with almost anything that you’re doing in the arts. He said, ‘Just remember to enjoy it because if you’re enjoying it, we’ll enjoy it.’”
Fans can watch the video on Reynold’s Instagram page. Spirited can also be streamed via Apple TV+.
Source: Entertainment Weekly