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Entertainment Blake Lively deletes all but one of her Instagram posts again

04:30  17 november  2019
04:30  17 november  2019 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Not again . Blake Lively deleted nearly every post on her Instagram account for a second time, and it seems her intention “Reuploading my page and loving this excuse to post this [100 emoji] outfit from last month that I forgot to post the next day,” Lively wrote in May 2018 of her black-and-white dress

Blake Lively is always keeping us on our toes. The actress just purged her entire Instagram feed except for one post find out why! A quick scroll (literally) through Lively 's Instagram page and followers will notice that she deleted all of her posts except one from September when she shared

We have some good -- if temporary -- news for Ryan Reynolds: His No. 1 Instagram troller has wiped her feed of all traces of him. The troll in question, of course, is Ryan's wife, Blake Lively, a woman for whom her husband's birthdays and anniversaries, award wins and achievements generally constitute go-time for playfully sarcastic remarks aimed in his direction.

a couple of people posing for the camera: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds attend the © Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds attend the

Over the weekend, Blake deleted (or archived) all of her posts but one -- a trailer for her forthcoming film "The Rhythm Section," which co-stars Jude Law and Sterling K. Brown.

As E! News reminds us, she did the same thing at the start of the promo cycle for her last project, "A Simple Favor." That time she added a twist of unfollowing everyone but users named Emily Nelson, the name of her character in the film. In "The Rhythm Section," she plays a spy named Stephanie Patrick looking for answers about a plane crash that killed her whole family, but as of Saturday, Nov. 16, she was still following the same 75 folks she'd been following prior to the IG purge, including Ryan and his Aviation Gin company.

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What happened to Blake 's Instagram ? Her 25.8 million followers might be wondering why she's gone dark on social media, but don't worry--it's not what you think.

The move might be a stunt centered around her new thriller, ‘A Simple Favor.’.

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That said, her long history of posts teasing Ryan -- which have ranged from a blurry photo of her man at the Time 100 gala with a shout-out not to him but to John Legend to a "happy birthday baby" post featuring a pic of Ryan Gosling with Ryan Reynolds cropped almost totally out of the shot -- are now MIA for Blake's 25.8 million followers. (That also means Ryan -- who's almost as much of a pro at trolling Blake as she is at trolling him -- has the upper hand right now on the social media plane.)

If history is any indication, though, there's a good chance everything will reappear at some point, as it did after her "A Simple Favor" blackout.

"Reuploading my page and loving this excuse to post this [100 emoji] outfit from last month that I forgot to post the next day," she wrote on one post last year while replacing pics she'd taken down.

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Blake Lively pulled an old trick today: The actress deleted all but one Instagram from her profile. Lively 's decision to take down all her Instagrams for the project comes days after Ryan Reynolds shared a photo of him and Lively out on a date in New York City's TriBeCa.

Blake Lively has deleted everything from her Instagram account. Her last post was super cryptic, featuring a photo of a completed game of Hangman.

"Because after a couple days it's strange to post, like you're hung up on how awesome you were 2 days ago. Which highlights how lame you are now by comparison to how cool you were when you wore that amazing outfit. So you wait a week or so for a #tbt. But then you realize it's way too soon for a #tbt, what were you thinking??! You should've just posted the next day! What are you gonna do now?!? You can't let that outfit go unposted!"

Blake Lively posing for a picture: Blake Lively arrives at the Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Calif., on Jan. 8, 2017. © Valerie Macon / AFP / Getty Images Blake Lively arrives at the Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Calif., on Jan. 8, 2017.

"The Rhythm Section" hits theaters Jan. 31, 2020.

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