Green Lantern star Blake Lively has a secret. And no, it's not her penchant for unwinding after a long day of filming with a naked iPhone photo shoot. It's that she wanted to have the hottest bod in the upcoming comic book movie -- which is why she secretly sabotaged Ryan Reynolds' diet.
The blonde -- sometimes red -- bombshell recently confessed that she baked sugar/carb/everything bad-filled cupcake lollipops and taunted Reynolds with them so he "wouldn't look better than her." That's right, she went Betty Crocker on his ass in the name of vanity. Clever. But you are not messing with Ryan Reynolds, Lively.
To be honest, this kinda bugs me on a few levels. Level one, the whole I'm a witty-bitty actwess baking cupcakes on sticks with unicorns and wainbows and cartwheels thing is a bit irritating. Yes, it was nice of you to bring sweet treats to the set, Blake, but can you try being a little less perfect for the rest of us? I can barely bring a turkey sammie to work each day. Way to make me feel like unicorn poop. Which, if you must know, really is just a pile of glitter. So I guess that's a bad analogy.
Level two, let's not mess with Ryan Reynolds and his peak physical condition, even if it's just a joke. Hot dudes who are tall, smart, seem nice (actually, he is nice, judging from my fetching-him-a-Jamba-Juice experience of 2001), and look sex-ay with their shirts off are a dying breed. We need to protect and preserve them like the shortnose sturgeon. Love the intelligent, attractive male, don't taunt him into extinction.
Men have enough eye-candy to ogle -- and let's face it, they don't need their ladies to necessarily be "smart" and "nice" to enjoy them. Let us enjoy these rare treasures God has bestowed upon us. Because in the blink of an eye, they'll be nothing but skeletal exhibits at the Museum of Natural History.
To find out what you can do to preserve the hot, smart, nice, fit male, contact your local congressman.
Who else would make this endangered species list?
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