Oh, Jessica Biel.
Silly girl, she thinks it’s her HOTNESS that is keeping her from getting the good roles. yeah…THAT’S it…
“Yeah, it really is a problem,” Biel tells the June issue of Allure magazine. “I have to be blunt. I’m in there with everybody else, fighting for the good parts. Yes, The Illusionist has made a difference — but a huge, massive difference, so I can pick and choose what I want? No.”
“I just want an opportunity. If you don’t like the audition, don’t hire
me!” she says. “But if you don’t want to even see me — that’s hurtful.
And why? You know nothing about me!”
It seems that in addition to her hotness being a problem, the star – whose newest movie, Powder Blue, is headed straight for DVD – thinks that fame is also a problem.
“It’s wonderful to do what I do, but everything that goes with it? It’s
bizarre,” Biel goes on to tell Allure, “The invasion of privacy is very
tough. I am followed all day, every day. Going to the dentist, the
cleaners. I guess I could look like s**t going to the dentist, but only if I didn’t care what I saw in the papers.”