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On the outside Jessica Alba is every bit the movie star — but she admits that inside lurks the heart of a “Karen.”
The actress and business mogul jokingly copped to having some busybody tendencies that could make her go viral during a boozy confession game Wednesday.
While playing “Never Have I Ever” with some other stars during “The Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live!” Alba and the rest of the group got posed the question: “Never have I ever asked to speak to the manager.”
Everyone who actually did speak to a manager was supposed to take a drink of their beverage — and the “Dark Angel” star was the only one on the show to take a big gulp.
“I can’t wait to speak to the manager!” she declared.
All the other participants were a little aghast at the thought of it.
“No, I haven’t done,” said “The Crown” star Emma Corrin, “I’m really bad at conflict.”
Baby2Baby co-founder Canadian-born Kelly Patricoff agreed, “Same here, too Canadian for that.”
And “SNL” alum Cecily Strong explained: “Yeah everything’s my fault no matter what, let’s start there. I’m the manager who needs to be spoken to.”
“The Honest Company” co-founder also revealed that she has a tattoo that she now regrets.
“You know what? It’s a good lesson for my kids,” the 39-year-old actress said. “‘I regret this and I can’t….’”
Patricoff then asked which tattoo and Alba hilariously replied, “My tramp stamp…the one on the back of my neck.”
Alba, who seems like she would be a fun person to get drinks with confessed that although she has never “Successfully slid into someone’s DMs” she would most certainly be guilty of that if she wasn’t married to husband, Cash Warren.
“I feel like if I was not married I would be sliding into all the DMs,” she said. “I would slide into every DM of every single person. I’d insta-stalk people with no shame, there’d be no shame.”
The Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! is a virtual charity event in support of the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s COVID-19 relief efforts.
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