Jessica Alba appeared on a segment for The Nate Berkus Show this afternoon (February 6th) where she transformed two viewers’ old furniture into brand new high design pieces. Is there anything that she can’t do? CLICK HERE or watch the clip above!
Jessica Alba has been doing interviews left, right and center to promote the Honest Co. And this week Jess sat down with blogger Perez Hilton to discuss the Honest Co. family life and getting back on-set.
This interview may come to you as a surprise as the two had a mini-feud going on for the past few years. Jessica explain how it all started in ELLE, Feb, 2008 “It was all because I wouldn’t take photos with him at a night club,” she says. “It would probably be smart for me to hang out and kiss up to what’s his name, Perez….” What a difference 4-years can make!
After last weeks busy 3-day media tour in New York, Jessica continued the promotional tour in Los Angeles this week. Between visits to her office in Santa Monica, Jessica taped interviews with Extra, Live with Pierce Morgan, Better TV and Good Day LA.
Jessica’s taped interview for the Wendy Williams show will air this Monday (January 30.2012). Check Wendyshow.com for a preview and local listings.The photo gallery and video archive have been updated with the latest pictures and interviews (See Below).
January 24 – At her office in Santa Monica
January 25 – On the set of Extra at the Grove in LA
January 26 – Leaving the CNN studios in Los Angeles
January 27 – At her office in Santa Monica
EXTRA – January 25, 2012
Good Day LA – January 25, 2012
Better TV – January 25, 2012
Jessica Alba had a very productive week in New York, promoting The Honest Company everywhere. Starting with Live! with Kelly, various news segments, daytime talk shows, websites etc etc etc.
Jessica’s appearance on the Rachael Ray Show will air this Monday (Jan 23rd), her Martha Stewart Show episode airs on Thursday (Jan 26) and The Wendy Williams Show has not been announced yet.
CNN will be sitting down soon with Jessica, and this is your chance to take part in the interview. If you have a question, record it on video and upload it here! Post your videos (keep them under 15 seconds long) by noon ET on January 24. CLICK HERE for more information. Check out pictures, videos and online interviews from this week below.
January 17 – Heading to Live! with Kelly in NYC
January 17 – Heading to the Martha Stewart Show in NYC
January 17 – Jessica Alba Launches Honest.com
January 18 – Leaving Fox & Friends in NYC
January 18 – Leaving Bliss Spa in NYC
January 19 – Arriving at The Wendy Williams Show in NYC
January 19 – Leaving the Ardesia restaurant in NYC
January 19 – Leaving the Trump Soho in New York
January 19 – Outside the Fox 5 studios in NYC
January 19 – Jessica Alba visits SiriusXM Studio
Portraits by Carlo Allegri
Live! With Kelly – January 17
ABC’s What’s The Buzz – January 17
Extra – January 17
Fox & Friends – January 17
CBS This Morning – January 19
Parade.com – Jessica Alba: Work Takes a Backseat to Motherhood
Jessica Alba was on Live! with Kelly this morning (Jan 17) to promote The Honest Company. Jessica talked Golden Globes, cooking, family life and more in the short interview. CLICK HERE or press play above.
Jessica’s first business venture The Honest Company, which we’ve been hearing about in various interviews is finally open for business at www.honest.com.
As a mother of young daughters (4-year-old Honor and newborn Haven), Jessica admits she feels an intense responsibility to give her children the best possible start.
“When I became a mom, I finally became the person I am, that I always should have been,” she says. “It’s the most satisfying job in the world. But, it can also be overwhelming and confusing. I created The Honest Company to help moms and to give all children a better, safer start.” – Jessica Alba FOUNDER.
If your a parent, grandparent, uncle, aunt, older sibling etc head over to Honest.com today and sign up for a free trial.
Jessica Alba for The Honest Company from Justin Coit on Vimeo.
The famine in Somalia has killed 30,000 children in 3 months. In 2011 we have the opportunity to make famine a thing of the past. Lives are in your hands. Please fully fund Feed the Future and help break the cycle of famine for good.
Bono, George Clooney, Jessica Alba, Idris Elba and more unite behind ONE’s new campaign to help focus the world’s attention again on the famine and food crisis in the Horn of Africa.
This summer, a food crisis emerged in the Horn of Africa and now threatens the lives of more than 13 million people. Although we’ve come a long way since the Ethiopian famine of 1984-85, it’s time to make sure this doesn’t happen again – anywhere. In Africa and beyond, the US government is investing in local agriculture, safety nets, risk management, and other programs so that this type of tragedy becomes history. But this fall, Congress threatens to cut foreign assistance programs like Feed the Future that sustainably help people break the cycle of poverty and hunger. This, coupled with increased peace and security can help ensure famine never happens again.
ONE is campaigning to ensure that the Congressional budget does not cut foreign assistance programs that help people break the cycle of poverty and hunger.
I’ve updated Alba-videos.net with two clips of Jessica Alba at last week’s ALMA Awards. The first clip is Jessica presenting the favourite Actor award to antonio banderas. And the second clip is Jessica receiving her award for favourite actress. Enjoy!
Latina magazine celebrates its 15th anniversary with a special collector’s issue, “15 Latinas We Love,” which highlights fifteen of the most influential Latina celebrities from throughout the magazine’s 15-year history on its extraordinary October 2011 cover. (Click on the cover above to view it in full size and colour).
Be sure to check out the 15 Latinas We Love! to hear what all of our beauties had to say about being on the cover and what it means to them to be Latina.
WHY WE LOVE HER:
Playing a racially ambiguous superhuman in James Cameron’s Dark Angel turned Alba into a 21st century action hero capable of blurring race, gender and class lines while burning up the small screen.
No habla español? No problem! Though she wasn’t raised speaking Spanish at home in California (Alba’s grandparents José and Isabel deliberately chose not to raise Spanish-speaking children in 1960s America for fear of being marginalized), Jessica is learning the language and instilling cultural pride in her three-year-old daughter Honor and newborn baby, Haven.
Family is numero uno for this supermom, who makes the switch from diaper duty to the red carpet appear effortless. No wonder she inspired Robert Rodriguez’ latest film, Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World!
This eco-chica also runs a green household—the synthetic grass in her Los Angeles home is made of recycled materials, for one—and is committed to making the earth a cleaner place through her upcoming collection of sustainable baby and lifestyle products, called The Honest Company, scheduled to launch soon.
ON LATINAS IN HOLLYWOOD: “There [are] a lot of really strong, really cool, completely dynamic women that are Latina that young women can look up to. I love that because I certainly didn’t have those role models when I was growing up and it’s nice that I’m part of this generation. So I feel very honored and blessed to be in such good company for sure.”
Our wonderful host Hollywood.com recently caught up with Rodriguez and All the Time in the World stars Jessica Alba, Joel McHale, and Jeremy Piven to talk about their experience re-inventing Spy Kids for a new generation. Watch the video above and CLICK HERE to watch Rodriguez talk Sin City 2, Machete sequal and the rest of the cast interviews.