Maybe you should think twice before inviting Blake Lively to your dinner party!
On Wednesday, the 27-year-old appeared on Late Night with Seth Myers where she completely confessed to sucking at etiquette!
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The Age Of Adaline actress mentioned a time where she was invited to an extremely fancy schmancy dinner with Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld, and felt totally out of place!
"I went to dinner once [at The Ritz in Paris] with Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld, which is just like…I'm sitting there like, 'Who invited me here?' I'm ordering the scones with the bacon and the cheese and the butter, getting it on my elbows and my clothes… I didn't know what fork [to use].
I was Jack Dawson in Titanic and I just wanted to pass someone a note by a clock because I did not belong there, and go down to the Irish people and spin. There were no Irish people around. It was really mortifying, so I thought, 'I can't have this experience again.'"
However, the Gossip Girl star had an even more embarrassing dinner with none other than President Barack Obama!
"It was all these world leaders and I had no idea how I was invited… I met Obama and I had my whole speech planned. He was introducing himself to everyone and they were talking about the way they were going to change the world. He came to me and I was just like, 'Uh…hope!' It was like me summoning hope for myself. It was awful."'
The night got even more cringeworthy when the blonde beauty brought up the fact that before Obama became president, he left her husband Ryan Reynolds a voicemail.
After mentioning that the actor deleted said voicemail, Miz Lively asked him to leave a SECOND one!
Did the leader of the free world do it?! Or was the prez too cool for school?!
To find out, ch-ch-check out the video (below)!
[Image via Pacific Coast News Online/WENN.]
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