Celebrity friends playing "Fact or Fiction" with each other is always a recipe for success -- they lure each other into a sense of security and aren't ashamed to tell the weirdest things about themselves.
Blake Lively recently sat with her fashion bestie and often stylist Michael Kors for the game, and you'll learn more than you could have ever imagined about the duo.
For instance, Michael Kors' fashion line was almost "Chooch Anderson," if he hadn't been allowed to pick his own name when he was 5 years old, and Blake Lively's first dog was named 405.
But then it gets weird.
I'm not talking about Kors inventing bodysuits for men (although that is weird) or about his mom being the first woman to try out for the NFL (that's just badass) or the fact Blake even had a childhood crush on David Letterman (of all people).
I'm talking about a fact our dear Blake shared.
The fact involved her husband Ryan Reynolds, her daughter, labor and a questionable playlist.
My husband played 'Lets Get It On' while I was in labor.
In case you forgot, the song goes,
I've been really tryin', baby / Tryin' to hold back this feeling for so long / And if you feel like I feel, baby / Then, c'mon, oh, c'mon / Let's get it on / Ah, baby, let's get it on / Let's love, baby.
This is obviously about sexy times.
The song goes on to say,
I ain't gonna worry, no I ain't gonna push / I won't push you baby, woo.
This is exactly the opposite of what you want to do when you're trying to give birth. You have to push!?
I get it's an ironic song choice, due to the fact "getting it on" literally led to this situation, but I don't think a woman in labor truly wants to appreciate the nuances of irony.