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Thursday 25 December 2014

Jessica Alba envious of Cooper kissing scene

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba insists she's "never" been jealous of a fellow celebrity, except when she watched Bradley Cooper and Eric Dane lock lips.

The actress starred in 2010 romantic comedy Valentine's Day alongside the two men.

Jessica has never been envious of a fellow Hollywood star - except for when she spied a particular scene in the film.

"Never," she told the Kyle and Jackie O radio show, when asked if she's ever felt green-eyed over a star. "I should be. I think that's my problem. I'm always so happy, I'm always like 'Yes, another woman doing something fresh, awesome!'

"Although in Valentine's Day when Bradley Cooper has a kissing scene with that other cute actor Eric Dane, I was a little bit like, 'Man, I could have been in on that!'"

Jessica is married to Cash Warren and the pair have daughters Honor and Haven together. The 31-year-old star insists date nights are a must in their relationship.

"To keep it fresh and jazzy? Of course we do. We have to!" she exclaimed, when asked if they ever put aside time for each other.

"We went to this little sushi spot [on our last date]. We normally go there; it's just down the street from our house. Our other date nights are on the couch watching reality television. Cash isn't that into [US show] Girls, but I like Girls so I make him watch it with me."

Jessica also responded to Taylor Lautner's admission that he's wanted to marry the beauty since he was ten.

The star played down her sex-symbol status, insisting she "likes a glass of wine" but tries to live a "bit healthier".

"Aww, that's so sweet," she said, before revealing who she had a crush on as a youngster. "Joey McIntyre from New Kids on the Block. He's still so cute."

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