Blake Lively

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Blake Lively is feeling like Beyoncé and she ain't sorry.

While stepping foot onto the red blue carpet at the New York City premiere of The Shallows, the A-list actress was looking and feeling extra good.

Yes, she was excited about her new film. And you bet she looked beautiful in her Carolina Herrera dress. But as it turns out, it may have been Beyoncé's earrings that really gave the actress an extra bounce in her step.

"Well, she wore them to the CFDAs," Blake shared with E! News' Marc Malkin exclusively. "Yes! We're the same person tonight!"

She continued, "I am Beyoncé. I'm going to drop the most revolutionary album of all time. I feel like I am at least."

Beyonce, CFDA Fashion Awards

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So maybe Blake was joking about becoming a major pop star overnight. But she's certainly thrilled to share her latest big-screen project with the masses beginning this Friday.

The film tells the story of Nancy (played by Blake) who is attacked by a great white shark. After finding safety on a giant rock 200 yards away from shore, she must find a way back to the sand without getting attacked again.

Safe to say if you were expecting something like Lemonade, you're on the wrong track. "Well c'mon if this movie could just be a drop in the bucket to what Lemonade does to my heart, than I am happy, happy, happy," Blake joked to E! News.

For those curious to find out where Ryan Reynolds was at tonight's premiere, Blake told us that he was babysitting their daughter at home. As for her recent comments on NBC's Today show saying she and Ryan are "officially breeders," the pregnant star reassured us that it was just an innocent joke.

"Anything you say people are going to sensationalize it but yeah I made a joke," she shared with E! News. "I come from five kids, he comes from four kids, I said we have a website in which you can pick your breed and in eight weeks you'll have...I don't know…I speak nonsense."

To hear more from Blake Lively, make sure to watch E! News Wednesday night at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.

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