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Jessica Alba is set to appear as a guest on Live with Kelly and Michael with guest co-host Whitney Cummings. The episode is scheduled to air on August 12, alongside Patrick J. Adams. Don’t forget to check your local listings and be sure to watch!
When musician Nas became the first rapper invited to trace his family tree through the PBS series “Finding Your Roots,” he welcomed the opportunity.
His family’s story is among those told on season two of “Finding Your Roots,” hosted by Harvard University scholar, author and filmmaker Henry Louis Gates Jr. and debuting Sept. 23.
The 10-part series that traces celebrities’ ancestry will focus on, among others, Ben Affleck, Jessica Alba, Tina Fey, Sting, Stephen King, Billie Jean King, Derek Jeter and chef Ming Tsai.
Research on each person begins with DNA testing of a saliva sample and eventually results in a detailed family history that Gates presents on-camera to the subject. “I feel like Santa Claus giving people a gift,” Gates said.
The results can be surprising. Alba’s background was traced to the ancient Mayans, while Affleck’s great-great-great-grandfather was among 19th-century spiritualists who claimed to connect Civil War dead with their grieving survivors, he said.
Jessica Alba covers August issue of Cosmopolitan Turkey. Photoshoot was taken while visiting Istanbul and I came across one gorgeous outtake. If you live in Turkey and you are willing to donate scans from this magazine for everyone to see, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will appreciate it.
Jessica Alba attended Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ panel during Comic-Con International 2014 at San Diego Convention Center yesterday. Check out the pics and watch the full video below.
Jessica On Nancy’s story
“It’s an original story that Frank and Robert developed. I sort of got to participate in that as well for the last decade. Nancy was so sweet and she was sort of a victim in the first one so I think in this one people will be pleasantly surprised to see her turn into a warrior.”
Robert on Jessica
First person we shot was Jessica. And she came in so prepared, so– really set the bar for what the performances were gonna be like. She showed up so in character, we thought she hated us.
Frank on Jessica
My first thought when I said hello to Jessica was I haven’t seen her in 8 years, how did I piss her off?
Jessica on filming second Sin City movie
I just really kind of connected with the dark side of Nancy and it was hard to detached from that until it was over. And the whole time I was in Austin, I stayed connected to that spirit. I also felt like I was more mature, you know in the first one I was in my early 20s, I was just trying to figure it out. I was so intimitated just being in your world, I mean, in Austin, it’s kind of an intimitating world if you don’t know how sweet and warm and awesome you are. But the second time, I felt comfortable, I felt like a woman, I felt comfortable in my own skin, and I wanted to kick ass.