Photoshop or not, she's double-tapping.

By Christopher Luu
Updated May 26, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are no strangers with social media antics. They've practically made trolling each other a contact sport and fans can't get enough of the unflattering pictures, the jokes, and the occasional Hugh Jackman cameo. E! News reports that Lively's latest move involves online satire artist Ronald McDonkey, who posted an image of Reynold's face on another person's body. While the creation isn't necessarily convincing, it was enough to get Lively clicking — and commenting.

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McDonkey's post showed Reynolds on someone wearing a tiny crop top, star-spangled underwear, and sitting pretty on the checkout belt of a Walmart. If it was anyone else, it would have elicited an eye-roll and maybe a chuckle, but Lively commented, writing, "Please stop stealing my personal photos." McDonkey doesn't just use Reynolds as inspiration, however. Past posts have featured huge stars like Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio in similar manipulations, though some skirt the line between playful and provocative.

Reynolds hasn't responded — just give it time — since he's busy doing things like giving virtual commencement speeches and joking about having a secret family in Denmark.

"It was a toss-up with my public-facing family or my secret family in Denmark," he said of quarantining with Lively during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. "It was a real toss-up. I miss Luna, Lekhet, and Uhn very much so. Una is so sweet. Yeah, I went with the Hollywood family. And it's been great. It's a decision I don't regret at all."