Blake Lively's Singing Is Featured On The 'All I See Is You' Soundtrack

Could Lively be our next favourite pop star?

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Blake Lively is everything right now.

Foolish be the people who thought Blake would be forever encased in a Serena Van Der Woodsen mold for the rest of her career, because the L.A. born actress is all kinds of butterfly emerging from its chysalis at the moment.

And no, we're not talking about the fact she can effortlessly wear more outfits in a day than we do in a week (repeat outfits, us? Never). We're talking about the 30 year-old's evolution into serious actor and now also singer.

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That's right, the mother of two is about to burst onto our screens in a moody, gritty film that is already receiving favourable reviews, called All I See Is You.

Playing a blind woman dependent on her husband, who then gains partial eyesight back, Lively is acting her bloody socks off in a role we've not seen her play before.

The film looks set to be a sensory experience, focussing on power dynamics in a relationship, and how they evolve when other significant factors change (we even got a sneak peek here.)

However, not content with this alone, it looks like she is adding 'singer' to her CV.

Last week, to no fanfare, two tracks from the film's soundtrack were released featuring vocals from none other than the leading lady herself.

The first, called 'Double Dutch' sees Livey singing alongside a child's voice about double dutching and more. Whilst the second, moodier track, really showcases the actress' vocal ability.

Hands up who's ready for a Blake Lively album?

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