It wasn't exactly a revelation that Jessica Alba was recently named the Most Kissable celebrity.
You have seen Jessica Alba pictures, right?
As the cover women of next month's Elle magazine, however, did this actress shock fans in a featured interview? Let's find out!
On her her background (she's of Mexican, French and Danish descent): "Mostly people just didn't know what I was. They couldn't really categorize me. Katie Holmes is, like, the most ethnic girl [casting agents] have ever seen."
On being better known for her body than her work: "With my friends, I'm a total fool, but only they see that. When I go on set no-one wants me to look gawky or weird. They want me to look like this version of this girl. That's boring to me."
On her nudity policy: "I don't do nudity. I just don't. Maybe that makes me a bad actress. Maybe I won't get hired in some things. But I have too much anxiety."
** THG Note: That's sad.
On why she backed away from religion: "When older men would hit on me and my youth pastor said it was because I was wearing provocative clothing, and it wasn't. It just made me feel like if I was in any way desirable to the opposite sex, that it was my fault, and it made me ashamed of my body and of being a woman."
On not having role models: "I don't really worry about other people because I'm so different. I like paving the way because then there are no expectations. There's only what I create."
On her style: "I never dress for men - I dress more for women. I'm not the mini-skirt-and-cleavage girl, ever â€¦ I'm guilty, in an LA way, of wearing too many sweatsuits, but it's because of work. I have such long hours that I want to be in my pajamas."
Hey, take a look at this Rachel Bilson picture. Nothing wrong with pajamas!
Meanwhile, Alba's next film is "Good Luck Chuck." It co-stars the very lucky Dane Cook.