Blake Lively Reveals Why She Never Googles Herself

'I have before, and it's just ended in full depression.'
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We can't imagine anyone having a bad word to say about the lovable Blake Lively, but the star has revealed that the last time she Googled herself, it "ended in full depression."

The Shallows star was appearing in a behind-the-scenes video for  Variety's Power of Women NY issue when she shared her regrettable search habits.

"I have before but it's just ended in full depression," the actress explained. "So I think it's a good rule of thumb not to Google yourself, because the internet is not nice."

Blake also revealed in the cute clip that she knows the dance to Netflix's sci-fi hit The OA (oh to be a fly-on-the-wall when she re-enacts the moves with husband Ryan Reynolds) and that she's not afraid of sharks despite being pursued by a very scary one in The Shallows.

The publication's Power Of Women issue also features Zero Dark Thirty's Jessica Chastain speaking out about how she makes sure she gets the paid the same as her male counterparts. 

Jessica is an outspoken advocate for gender equality in Hollywood, and revealed: "I'm not taking jobs anymore where I'm getting paid a quarter of what the male co-star is being paid. I'm not allowing that in my life."

"What I do now, when I’m taking on a film, I always ask about the fairness of the pay. I ask what they're offering me in comparison to the guy. I don't care about how much I get paid; I'm in an industry where we're overcompensated for the work we do.

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"But I don't want to be on a set where I'm doing the same work as someone else and they're getting five times what I'm getting."

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