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Jessica Alba at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards

Jessica Alba attended the 2014 MTV Movie Awards held at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday (April 13) in Los Angeles where she alongside Rita Ora presented the award for Best Shirtless Performance to Zac Efron for his work in That Awkward Moment.

Jessica is wearing a Kenzo skirt, Piece D’anarchive top, Jimmy Choo shoes, a Narciso Rodriguez clutch, earrings by Graziela Gems, Rona Pfeiffer, and Dana Rebecca Designs, and rings by Rona Pfeiffer, Melissa Kaye Jewelry, and Derek Lam/Jamie Wolf.

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Jessica Alba is set to make her fifth appearance at the MTV Moview Awards held today at the Nokia Theater in L.A. Jessica is among the megastars who’ll be handing out a golden popcorn trophy to the winners tonight.

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Jessica Alba breaking free with Braun Beauty #breakfree

breakfreeJessica Alba is supporting a brand new campaign which is urging women to break free of self-doubt and support each other in achievements.

Research shows that women experience self-doubt, largely through fear of peer judgement and that it is mutual encouragement from other females that can help them break free to feel their best.

The research comes as Braun and Jessica Alba launch the #Breakfree campaign, calling on women worldwide to support and encourage each other in an effort to break free from self-doubt and feel their best.

Jessica Alba, who was recently named as the brand’s new Beauty Ambassador, said, “I completely relate to feelings of self-doubt and feeling judged but, happily, I also know personally how wonderfully empowering female positive reinforcement is. I’m asking women to say, show and share their support to female friends, family, colleagues – sisters everywhere. Let’s give each other the confidence to break free from self-doubt and all walk that little bit taller. Think of a woman you admire today and tell her!

Alessandra Dolfini, Global Braun Marketing Director, explains, “Our campaign is about encouraging women to express positivity towards each other and stop judgment. We are launching this campaign with the hashtag #breakfree. We want to spark a positivity chain whereby women share messages of support with women they admire and respect – let’s start a sisterhood movement that’s too irresistible to stop.

Print Ads and commercial clips were released last week, which you can view below:

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London’s Evening Standard – Dressing up with Jessica Alba

Growing up in the 1980s, one of my earliest memories is of me in a terrycloth jumpsuit with rainbows on it and jelly shoes. My mum was 18 when she got pregnant and 19 when she had me. She then basically dressed me as a mini version of herself. There were a lot of Prince- and Madonna-inspired looks.

TV characters made a huge impression on me when I was younger, especially Claire Danes in My So-Called Life, and [the character] Kelly Bundy from Married with Children.

I’ve had several ‘What was I thinking?’ moments. In my late teens and early twenties I was a mess, I really didn’t have a clue. I remember wearing some outfits that showed my lower stomach, below the belly button. It was bad news, but then I got it together when I was 22.

With my first pay cheque I bought a Lanvin cashmere cable-knit sweater that had a gold thread through it. I still wear it.

When I want to put on sexy stuff in bed, I wear Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s M&S line. She’s a friend; she sent me some samples and I love them. For more classic pyjamas I wear a line called Marigot from New York.

I really enjoyed the costumes for Sin City. I needed a leather jacket for a scene and I already owned this beautiful Ralph Lauren one with wide shoulders and a tight waist, so I told the costume designer. She worked her magic and studded it up like crazy, and now my Ralph Lauren leather jacket has a metal cross and studs and spikes. It looks like armour.

When I’m filming, my trailer is always incredibly neat. I am really into being organised because otherwise how do you know where everything is? I label everything.

I give myself two hours upwards to get ready for an event, with someone else doing my hair and make-up. I could probably do it in 45 minutes, but I like to chat and my daughters Honor, five, and Haven, two, normally want my attention. When I do it myself I can’t be bothered, I just want to get it done; it’s 20 minutes max usually.

Almost every day my daughters will dress up in their pyjamas with my shoes on. I tell them they are going to fall over, especially in the high heels, so I encourage them to play with the flats instead.

Last Halloween I played Cher from The Witches of Eastwick and my other girlfriends were Michelle Pfeiffer and Susan Sarandon.

I’ve just been to Paris Fashion Week. I loved every pair of Kenzo shoes that I saw. A lot of stuff at Dior was gorgeous — there was a stunning cobalt-blue coat. At Nina Ricci there were maroon and grey clothes that were beautiful and a maroon lacy gown. Those were the standouts.

At the H&M show I was sitting next to Solange Knowles and Jourdan Dunn. I told Jourdan that when I come back I want to look like her. That girl is flawless.

When I die all my organs will be donated, so I don’t know how much of me will be left to be buried in anything special. – Standard.co.uk