Ryan Reynolds is a Cradle Robber

Ryan Reynolds sure likes them young!

People Magazine has announced that the 35-year-old Ryan Reynolds, star of beloved sitcom Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place has married Russ from European Vacation’s younger half-sister Blake Lively, age 25. Mazel tov?

I’m really impressed that you can look into her eyes!

Granted, a ten year age difference isn’t THAT bad, considering that Blake portrays super sophisticated Serena can der Woodsen on Gossip Girl, the CW series based on the slutty teen fiction books that I used to read during my lunch break when I worked at Barnes & Noble. BUT, this is Ryan’s second marriage in less than five years to a hot young thing. Reynolds famously married indie starlet Scarlett Johansson in 2008 when he was 32 and she was 23. Shockingly, they divorced just two years later.

Ryan must really like cleavage!

Perhaps Ryan likes them young because of a case of arrested development from his Fifteen years on Nickelodeon, where he played serious Billy Simpson, whose dad was an alcoholic, or maybe it was his sister’s boyfriend who had the drinking problem. I can’t remember.

For the love of Danny Glover, WHY didn’t his dad take him to the ball game???

And let’s not forget that Ryan was also once engaged to fellow famous Canadian Nickelodeon star Alanis Morisette. That definitely, maybe was a match made in heaven!

So I guess congratulations? And if this relationship doesn’t work, I know a nice young lady who will probably be on the market soon.

Just in time for Christmas, presenting Courtney Stodden!

 

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