See Blake Lively's Hilarious Reaction to Ryan Reynolds' Video


| LAST UPDATE 08/25/2021

By Kayla Black
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Our favorite trolling couple is back at it again on Instagram. Ryan Reynolds, in collaboration with his production company, Maximum Effort, released a music video for Yes, that's right: The happily married father of three partnered with an online dating site. And Blake knew just how to clap back.

"How I find out my husband is on match..." The Rhythm Section star captioned her post. Ryan, who released the video on June 15th, also promoted it on his own Instagram page. The music video featured twelve actual wedding entertainers as they sang a beautiful song urging people to Get Back to Love.

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The track, which was written by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, Taura Stinson, and Shane McAnally, featured beautiful but hilarious lyrics about the struggles of wedding singers during the COVID era. They motivated listeners to "get back to gettin' it on" so that musicians could "get back to work." And the wit wasn't just confined to the song's words. The video itself offered tons of laughs that any Corona-bride or groom could relate to: Zoom calls, blue face masks, and the unavoidable weight gain from being trapped indoors. Check it out for yourself below.

Ryan and his team really hit this one out of the park. And even the actor's trolling wife agreed. Blake's hilarious jab at Ryan's supposed wandering eye aside, she couldn't deny what a success the project was. "This song though," the Hollywood actress continued in her post, followed by a string of enthusiastic emojis. The 6 Underground star echoed the sentiment, writing that the track would "be on repeat until further notice." He was incredibly proud of the work his crew pulled off, adding, "I literally wept when I first heard it performed."

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And it wasn't just the jokey pair that were digging the new tune. Both Blake and Ryan's Instagram posts racked in tons of love and laughs. But one follower, in particular, had been holding out for a special appearance in the clip. "Did I just watch the full video waiting for Ryan to come out and start singing," the user joked. Did you get that, Reynolds? Call us back when your remix is ready.