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Blake Lively Shares Sweet Post Thanking Team Who Helped Make Her Golden Globes Gown

by Latifah Muhammad 1:48 PM PST, January 11, 2017
Playing Blake Lively Shares Sweet Post Thanking Team Who Helped Make Her Golden Globes Gown

Blake Lively is “so grateful” to the team that helped put together her look for the Golden Globe Awards.

The 29-year-old actress took to Instagram with a sweet message for those who helped make her stunning black-and-gold Versace gown.

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"It takes a village," Lively wrote on Wednesday next to a snapshot of four seamstresses working intently on the hand-beaded creation. "Thank you ladies. I remember hand gluing plastic stones onto my prom dress. And I was (and still am) so proud of it. Can't believe this is what goes into a dress I get to wear now. So grateful."

In another post, Lively thanked the glam squad behind her hair and makeup.

"I don't take it, or you, for granted," she captioned a red carpet photo tagging Versace, Christian Louboutin, jeweler Lorraine Schwartz and more.

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From the looks of it, Lively had a great time at this year's Globes. The mother of two shared more candids from her night out, including a red carpet pic with her husband, Ryan Reynolds, and an adorable selfie with Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown captioned, "Playin’ it chill."

Not happy at all... ☺️

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Playin' it chill...

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While Lively and Reynolds looked amazing on the red carpet, the couple almost missed the show. Reynolds, who earned his first Globes nomination for Deadpool, shared with ET that their car broke down just ahead of the ceremony.

"It was touch and go for a second there," he said. "The car didn't work, so we had to sort of hijack a friend's car...[The cops] came and got us, which was great because I didn't think we were ever going to get in."

See more of Reynolds' ET interview below.

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