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Ryan Reynolds won't allow daughters into show business because he's 'against child abuse'

Ryan Reynolds knows a thing or two about childhood stardom, and he doesn't want his two daughters to go through it.


Brittany King


Ryan Reynolds will not be sending his and Blake Lively's two daughters to Hollywood anytime soon. 

 

The Deadpool star opened up in a new interview with Good Morning America on Monday about his thoughts on children taking on Hollywood, and he has a good reason for it.

 

"Mostly because Im against child abuse," he joked of daughters Inez, 19 months, and James, 3, not joining the entertainment industry. "Show business, for a little kid, thats a crazy pursuit."

My daughters had a really, really terrible ego problem now after that song came out. Shes insufferable.

"Acting is great," Reynolds continued. "Theater school, that kind of [thing] amazing. I dont know why you would put your kid in show business."

 

Reynolds did admit that his and Lively's older daughter was featured on  close friend Taylor Swifts Reputation track “Gorgeous.” Yes. That itty bitty voice at the beginning of the song is James.

 

"It was a voice memo that ended up in a song. Its pretty amazing," he joked. "My daughters had a really, really terrible ego problem now after that song came out. Shes insufferable."

 

The actor went on to say, "I dont know if she knows shes in a Taylor Swift song."

Happy New Year, everybody! The point is, I used to style my hair with a blowtorch.

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