A baseball cap, brown sweats, and a pink tank top do nothing to conceal her uniquely striking beauty (she's of Mexican, Danish, and French descent) and the kind of curves that make men weak in the knees.
\n Try as she might to fit in and look like everyone else at the low-key Beverly Hills Italian restaurant she chose for her Cosmo interview, actress Jessica Alba fails…miserably.
It's funny because my mom would [read about my dating someone and] go, "I want to meet so-and-so." Or she'd say, "You're not dating him as far as I'm concerned because I haven't met him." I had a wild period with men for a second, but I wasn't dating any more guys than any other girl—it's just that most people aren't written about in magazines.
C: Do you think it's important for girls to play the field a bit before settling down?
Beyoncé's "Baby Boy" video kept coming on MTV, and all she had on was a short little thing, and she's grooving around and she has this gorgeous womanly body.
I was like, All right, if she can do it, I can do it. J: When I went from girl body to woman body and all of a sudden I had tits and hips and a little tummy and natural fat in places, I freaked out. I knew I wanted to be in love with the first person I slept with, because for almost everyone I knew, the first experience made them feel like shit.