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Ryan Reynolds reveals whether his new baby's name is on Taylor Swift's album

The "IF" star shared how he's "very excited" to attend an "Eras Tour" show in the near future.

Ryan Reynolds addressed the question that’s been on the minds of many Swifties: Did Taylor Swift announce the name of his and Blake Lively's fourth child on her new album?

The actor stopped by Studio 1A on May 13 and talked about his latest film, "IF," his future plans to attend an "Eras Tour" show and what his thoughts are on speculation that his baby's name might be hidden in the lyrics of Swift's "The Tortured Poets Department."

Savannah Guthrie couldn't resist asking him on TODAY if he'd finally divulge the name of his youngest child, who was born in 2023.

“Taylor Swift keeps dropping it into lyrics so just tell us this: Is the fourth child’s name, the baby’s name anywhere on the new record?” she asked.

“She’s been wondering if were going to have to wait for another song," Hoda Kotb added.

Reynolds jokingly dodged the question: “We always wait for Taylor to tell us what the child’s name will be."

The father of four continued, “We’ll say this. We’re still waiting, so Taylor, let’s maybe start. You know, (she’s a) prolific writer. I mean, what are we doing here? And lazy’s not a word I’d attach to Taylor.” 

Lively and Reynolds welcomed their fourth child last year, but have not publicly divulged the name or gender of the child.

Swift, who is close friends with Lively, included their other three daughters' names — Betty, James and Inez — on a song called "Betty" on her 2020 album "Folklore." James is also name checked in the singer's song "Gorgeous," off 2017's "Reputation."

In 2022, Swifties thought the singer may have hinted at the new baby's name in her song "You're on Your Own, Kid." The song was released shortly after Lively announced her pregnancy and features the name Daisy Mae/May.

Swift is known for dropping Easter egg clues into her songs, so it's quite possible that the name of Reynolds and Lively's fourth child is one of the many names she features in her new album "The Tortured Poets Department," which has been officially baked into her "Eras Tour" performances.

Speaking of her shows, Reynolds revealed on TODAY with Hoda & Jenna on May 13 that he's going to be going to his first "Eras Tour" show in Madrid, Spain. Taylor Swift will be performing two shows there on May 29 and May 30.

"Very, very excited," he told Hoda and her co-host Jenna Bush Hager of going to the show. "My wife and kids have been to like five of them, five or six now. They love it, they're obsessed."

Why didn't he go sooner? Reynolds blames his work schedule.

"This would be my first because this last year and a half I've been trapped in a nonstop work bubble and it's a problem," he said, confirming that he's now out of that bubble.