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Blake Lively's ever-changing locks.

GOSSIP GIRL beauty Blake Lively darkened her luscious blond locks for her role as Carol Ferris in this summer's upcoming Green Lantern film, and now, the actress is rocking fiery red tresses for yet another movie.

"It's red," Blake told Access Hollywood of her new look at the Time 100 Gala in Manhattan on Tuesday, where she was honoured for being named one of the magazine's 100 most influential people of 2011.

"I did it for a film that I'm doing right now called, Hick." Blake, who looked positively stunning in a teal-coloured Zuhair Murad floorlength gown - but who was admittedly also stuck wearing "awful acrylic(s)" nails due to her new role! - said fans of her golden mane need not worry, as the auburn 'do will be short-lived. "Just for a month I'm red," Blake explained.

As previously reported on, Blake recently revealed to Billy Bush who it was exactly who pushed her to go brunette for Green Lantern. "I loved having the brown hair.

It was the first time I did anything different. I'm about to change my hair again for another movie," she continued, explaining that it was her bodyguard who demanded that she dye her hair for the comic book superhero movie role. "For Green Lantern, I was a brunette," the actress, who took home the Breakthrough Performer of the Year award at in late March CinemaCon 2011 in Las Vegas, told Billy.

Green Lantern, with Ryan Reynolds playing the title character, hits theatres on June 17. Hick, co-starring 30 Rock funnyman Alec Baldwin and Kick-Ass actress Chloe Moretz, is slated for release sometime in 2012.

Directed by Derick Martini, the film is an adaptation of Andrea Portes' comingof- age novel of the same name.

The story revolves around Luli, played by ChloE1/2 Moretz, a 13-year-old Nebraskan girl and her hard-going life on the road after she runs away from home and her neglectful parents.

She's taken in by Blake Lively, who plays Glenda, a hard-living grifter who takes her under her wing.

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Date:May 1, 2011
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