Blake Lively Once Tried To Smuggle Sweet Potato Sauce In a Teddy Bear, "Diets" on Chicken Pot Pie Before Awards Shows and Other Confessions

Here is some press Blake Lively was actually expecting today. She's on the cover of Glamour's July issue and was interviewed by bff Florence Welch. The interview reads like a giggly "No you're pretty!" conversation between besties at sleepover. Here's what we learned: For the last time, Blake does not use a stylist. FLORENCE WELCH: What’s amazing is that you don’t have a stylist, do you? BLAKE LIVELY: You know, my mom modeled and made clothes, so I always had such an appreciation for design. And then Gossip Girl completely blew open the door to fashion for me. I’d go to fashion shows and call my publicist and say, “Can I wear that?” I think I became my own stylist by not knowing any better. And once I was told it was time to get one, I thought: This is one of my favorite hobbies! And I’m going to pay someone to steal my hobby from me? That’s a terrible idea! She diets on chicken pot pie. Really.
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Here is some press Blake Lively was actually expecting today. She's on the cover of Glamour's July issue and was interviewed by bff Florence Welch. The interview reads like a giggly "No you're pretty!" conversation between besties at sleepover. Here's what we learned: For the last time, Blake does not use a stylist. FLORENCE WELCH: What’s amazing is that you don’t have a stylist, do you? BLAKE LIVELY: You know, my mom modeled and made clothes, so I always had such an appreciation for design. And then Gossip Girl completely blew open the door to fashion for me. I’d go to fashion shows and call my publicist and say, “Can I wear that?” I think I became my own stylist by not knowing any better. And once I was told it was time to get one, I thought: This is one of my favorite hobbies! And I’m going to pay someone to steal my hobby from me? That’s a terrible idea! She diets on chicken pot pie. Really.
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Here is some press Blake Lively was actually expecting today. She's on the cover of Glamour's July issue and was interviewed by bff Florence Welch. The interview reads like a giggly "No you're pretty!" conversation between besties at sleepover. Here's what we learned:

For the last time, Blake does not use a stylist.

FLORENCE WELCH: What’s amazing is that you don’t have a stylist, do you?

BLAKE LIVELY: You know, my mom modeled and made clothes, so I always had such an appreciation for design. And then Gossip Girl completely blew open the door to fashion for me. I’d go to fashion shows and call my publicist and say, “Can I wear that?” I think I became my own stylist by not knowing any better. And once I was told it was time to get one, I thought: This is one of my favorite hobbies! And I’m going to pay someone to steal my hobby from me? That’s a terrible idea!

She diets on chicken pot pie. Really.

FLORENCE WELCH: That really does help. When you’re getting ready for an event, what are your rules?

BLAKE LIVELY: I like it to be easy. I don’t feel like I have to do so much with hair and makeup, because I’m the mannequin for these beautiful clothes, so I never want to do anything too distracting. Most of the time, I put my hair in a ballerina bun, and I take it down and it’s wavy, and then I leave. I feel shy when people are fussing on me. And my diet of choice before events is a chicken potpie from Tea & Sympathy, because they never have enough food at these things.

She tried to smuggle sweet potato sauce as if it were a drug.

FLORENCE WELCH: You are a great cook! My gosh, I had an amazing time having brunch with you, and you made the most delicious—what in the world was it?

BLAKE LIVELY: Puff pastry and then those little pancake balls. I’m always traveling, and I get so excited when I find a new spice or a new sauce. This is absolutely crazy, but I wanted a sauce from New Orleans, and they wouldn’t send it because the FDA didn’t approve it. I called the restaurant and I said, “OK, can you buy a teddy bear and cut it open and put it in and send it?” They’re like, “No, we are not the drug cartel; we’re not sending you your sweet potato sauce in a teddy bear.”