Blake Lively wants to marry Taylor Swift

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BLAKE Lively wants to marry Taylor Swift.

The former 'Gossip Girl' star - who has nine-month-old daughter James with husband Ryan Reynolds - has dismissed claims she took a swipe at the 'Blank Space' hitmaker and her "squad" with a picture of herself and her co-stars in the new L'Oreal Color Riche lipstick short film and insisted she is such a big fan of the 25-year-old singer, she wants to be her wife.

Sharing a picture of Taylor with some members of her family, Blake wrote: "Umm whoever thought I was throwin shade clearly doesn't know I have a 'Taylor Swift Please Be My Wife Voo Doo Doll.'

"Look how rad she is here making my niece Heather feel like a rock star. Love my Canadian family almost as much as I love Taylor Lively. I mean Swift. Ok, FIIINE we can hyphenate our last names. Xo Blake Swift-Lively 4eva. (sic)"

Fans had slammed Blake, 28, when she posted a still from the video shoot, which features Karlie Kloss, Julianne Moore, Naomi Watts, Jane Fonda, Amber Heard, Doutzen Kroes, Aishwarya Rai, Liya Kebede, Fan Binbing, Eva Longoria and John Legend, and added a caption joking about Taylor's star-studded 'Bad Blood' video.

She wrote: "...soooo, turns out this WASN'T a video shoot for John Legend's cover of Bad Blood @lorealparisofficial blew it out for this one. My #pinkobsession is exposed now Ok your turn. I won't tell! #AlsoTurnsOutJohnLegendIsntCoveringBadBlood Time to start a petition! (sic)"

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