Blake Lively deletes all her Instagram photos, leaving behind a cryptic message and fans scratching their heads
The only thing that she's left behind on her account is her bio, which contains a cryptic message, saying, "What happened to Emily?”
Blake Lively just pulled a Taylor Swift on her Instagram and left all her followers high and dry by deleting the pictures on her Instagram account. The actress even unfollowed all her previous contacts, including husband Ryan Reynolds.
The 30-year-old has completely wiped off her Instagram account, including her own profile picture. The only thing that she's left behind on her account is her bio, which contains a cryptic message, saying, "What happened to Emily?”
The actress now is reportedly following only 27 people through her account, all of whom are random women who share the same name: Emily Nelson. According to a new fan theory, Lively's move might be related to her upcoming movie A Simple Favor, starring her and Anna Kendrick.
The movie is an adaptation of a book by the same name in which a woman named Emily Nelson mysteriously vanishes, and is being directed by Paul Feig.
A lot of the Emily Nelsons who Lively seems to have followed have been completely taken aback with this new development and have appealed on the social media platform to help them figure the mystery out.
“Does anyone want to tell me why Blake Lively followed me and had this as a bio,” one Emily Nelson asked. “Goodbye cruel world some hacker is anti-Emily, my time has come :-)”
Once Nelson noticed that Ryan Reynolds had retweeted her original tweet, she excitedly tweeted back, “ALRIGHT SO LONG F—— LOSERS MY EGO IS ETERNALLY THROUGH THE ROOF BYE.”
Another fan theory in the time of crisis was that Lively's account has possibly been hacked. There was one user who tweeted, “Someone hacked @blakelively instagram & followed 23 Emily Nelson pages.” Others just made fun of the situation and started saying things like, “Tempted to change my name to Emily Nelson, so I can get a follow from Blake Lively. Lol.”