One of the most iconic pieces of LA history and culture in the Hollywood Walk of Fame's star.
If you've even been to Hollywood, it's kind of hard to not notice the stars. If you've lived in the city or been there for an extended period of time, it's hard to not crack a smile or get a little happy when you absent-mindedly stumble upon the name of a celebrity you like.
And as a huge fan of Ryan Reynolds, I'm ridiculously happy that the actor has had his name added to the list of famous people on the iconic boulevard of amazingness.
But not as happy or proud as his wife, Blake Lively.
The 29-year-old actress and mother of two says that to say she was proud of her husband would be "pitiful" in a touching Instagram post about Reynolds' honor.
Reynolds himself posted about the ceremony on his Instagram account, saying it was a "pinch me moment. But not in the creepy way [his] aunt used to do it."
“You are the best thing, the best thing that has ever happened to me — second only to this star. …You make everything better, absolutely everything in my life better. You’ve made me the father of my dreams when I thought I only had fun uncle potential," Reynolds joked.
Former Marvel star, Hugh Jackman, couldn't help but roast Ryan with a fake acceptance speech where he held up a cardboard cutout of Reynolds' face.
"You may remember me from such things as PEOPLE magazine’s 2010 Sexiest Man Alive, or the 12th best DC Comics movie Green Lantern. Who would have thought just three years after getting a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame, I would be getting a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame?
How could a guy who failed his high school drama class be this talented?” he continued. “I have no answer for that. But to quote my favorite actor in the world, the great Australian Hugh Jackman — who, by the way, was PEOPLE’s Sexiest Man Alive way before me — Americans are the most generous country on the planet.”
"So, thank you, America. And feel free to urinate on my section of the sidewalk," Jackman said
I'm so jealous of their friendship. (h/t people)