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Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds

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Blake Lively almost broke the internet today when she posted a photo on Instagram showing the world that she is no longer a blonde.

"…Brondes have more fun #NoTypos-IKnowIThinkItsCrazyToo," she wrote alongside a pic of herself sitting on a bridge with her wavy brunette-mixed-with-blonde locks.

And since I happened to have Ryan Reynolds on the phone earlier today, I had to ask what he thinks of his wife's new hue.

"You know, I like it all," he said while promoting his new thriller Self/less (in theaters July 10). "That's the great thing about our weird jobs. We come home sorta looking different once in a while."

Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Cannes

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Reynolds himself is fairly new to the world of social media. He joined Twitter in November, but didn't sign up for Instagram and Facebook until May.

"I was nervous," he said. "It was something that I saw as obviously a huge part of the zeitgeist, but after I'd gone five or six years without ever touching it, I thought that it was too late to get involved now."

Reynolds was inspired to make the jump after he witnessed the huge support he received on social media for his upcoming superhero movie, Deadpool.

"The movie got green lit based on those people on Twitter," he explained. "I need to connect with these people. It's also for promoting a movie these days and to do the kinds of unorthodox pushes that we're going to be doing for Deadpool you have to have social media."

Reynolds admits he needs to step up his picture-posting game. "I'm not big on the photo thing, he said. "I'm going to start getting better at it. I just more or less use it as a means to just make a joke here and there."