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Jessica Alba Masks Up While Out Picking Up Lunch to Go

Jessica Alba is staying safe while out picking up lunch!

The 39-year-old Good Luck Chuck actress and Honest Beauty founder stopped by Kreation shop to grab lunch and a juice to go on Sunday afternoon (November 22) in Los Angeles.

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Jessica stayed safe tie-dyed face mask with a coordinating pink tie-dyed hoodie and sweatpants set for her quick afternoon outing.

Last month, it was announced that Jessica‘s show L.A.’s Finest had been canceled by Spectrum Originals after two seasons. She starred on the crime drama alongside Gabrielle Union.

During a recent interview, Jessica and husband Cash Warren opened up about parenting their three kids – daughters Honor, 12, Haven, 9, and son Hayes, 2.

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'Beverly Hills, 90210' Actress Christine Elise Says Jessica Alba is Lying About No Eye Contact Comment, Later Apologizes

Another Beverly Hills, 90210 star is addressing Jessica Alba‘s comment about not making eye contact with the actors.

During an interview on Beverly Hills 90210 Show podcast, former cast member Christine Elise slammed Jessica after she said wasn’t allowed to make eye contact with the cast of 90210 while on set.

On the show, Christine played Emily Valentine from season two to season five.

“[Producer] Paul Waigner did say, ‘The girls may not be nice, the guys might not be nice,’ but that’s as bad as it got!” Christine said. “That cast is very nice and if they don’t like you, they go away. That whole ‘don’t make eye contact’ [claim] is — I’m gonna call it what it is — it’s a f–king lie.”

Later, Christine took to Instagram to share a statement apologizing for calling Jessica a “liar.”

“I just want to comment on the article today where I was quoted as calling Jessica Alba a liar,” Christine wrote. “First of all – I have never met her but have always admired her work. I am certain she is a lovely woman.”

She continued: “JA was quoted as saying she was told not to make eye contact with the cast or risk being thrown off the set. That does not sound like the set I was on – and, though I was only in a handful of episodes.”

“I just want to say that it BAFFLES me that any controversy at all can be worked up over a show that went off the air 20 years ago. Perhaps she was misquoted or the remark was taken out of context but – left unanswered – it implies that the entire cast engaged in unprofessional diva behavior & that they were unwelcoming to guest stars,” Christine went on. “I think that is an inaccurate & unjust representation of a lot of people I consider to be my friends. The fact remains that maybe someone – an extra or whatever – delivered that warning to her. That does not mean it was, in fact, something the cast demanded.”

“So, I regret calling her a liar but, more importantly, I regret jumping into this sandbox,” Christine concluded. “What a sad state of affairs that the cast members of a beloved show that premiered THIRTY YEARS AGO are still fodder for ancient history gossip – about things that allegedly happened nearly 25 years ago. I am embarrassed about my part in this. Apologies to Jessica Alba.”

Christine isn’t the only one to address Jessica‘s comments. Many other Beverly Hills, 90210 stars have also talked about what she said.

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'L.A.'s Finest' Canceled by Spectrum Originals After Two Seasons

L.A.’s Finest has been canceled.

It was announced on Wednesday (October 14) that the cop drama starring Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba has been canceled by Spectrum Originals after two seasons, Variety reports.

News of the cancellation comes after Fox announced back in May that it had acquired the rights to air both seasons.

The show first started off as a pilot order at NBC during the 2018 pilot season, but the show was ultimately passed over. Spectrum then picked up L.A.’s Finest as its first original series, and it premiered on the streaming site in 2019. After strong reviews, it was renewed for a second season.

The first season of L.A.’s Finest is currently airing on Fox, with season two debuting on Spectrum Originals back in early September.

L.A.’s Finest is a spinoff series of the Bad Boys films, which focused on Drug Enforcement Agent Sydney Burnett (Union).

Neither Jessica or Gabrielle have addressed their show’s cancellation yet.

Jessica Alba Says She's Never Received a Good Review from Critics

Jessica Alba is opening up about her thoughts on critics and she doesn’t think she’s ever received a good review from a critic throughout her career.

The 39-year-old actress and Honest founder was a guest on the YouTube series Hot Ones and she was asked where she finds harsher critics, on movie review sites or health and beauty blogs.

“Definitely movie reviews. I feel like a lot of movie reviewers, maybe I’m speaking out of turn, especially now, but even then, they love a good headline,” Jessica said. “It’s all about the headline, it’s all about a salacious headline. And for some reason scandal seems to prevail over you complimenting someone. I, for whatever reason, have been on the other side of the burn every time. I don’t actually think I’ve ever had a good review in my entire career, but I’m cool with it! I’m here on Hot Ones!”

Jessica has only appeared in three movies that have fresh ratings on Rotten Tomatoes: 2005′s Sin City, 2010′s Machete, and 2014′s Stretch.

In another recent interview, Jessica had a reunion with one of her first famous co-stars!

Jessica Alba & Drew Barrymore Reminisce About Filming 'Never Been Kissed'

Drew Barrymore had a virtual reunion with her Never Been Kissed co-star Jessica Alba where they reminisced about making the movie over 20 years ago.

“It’s been almost 22 years. I think it has been 22 years since Never Been Kissed,” Drew mentioned on her talk show this week.

Jessica added, “Yeah, isn’t that a trip? I had my 17th birthday on the set…you popped so many actors as well.”

“It felt like camp but you also really took so many people under your wing and guided them. A lot of us were just starting out and you set the stage I would say for us and gave us a platform to be successful, so thank you,” she continued, expressing her gratitude to Drew for her guidance then.

The conversation then turned to Jessica‘s Honest Company and how it really spawned from Drew‘s advice she gave while filming the 1999 movie.

“Holy cow, did you just come out of the gate swinging, there are so many things to talk about with you,” Drew told Jessica. “What happened, I mean one day there is no Honest Company and the next day there is an Honest Company. What were the steps? Because you just were a gamechanger.”

“I guess, I really just saw an opportunity to do it better than what everyone else was doing,” Jessica admitted. “When I am thinking of the environment around me and my family, when I am thinking of everything I am putting on my skin I just want to have the healthiest, best, most transparent ingredients.”

She added, “I just felt like you shouldn’t have to compromise your health in order to have something that really worked and it shouldn’t break the bank. It shouldn’t be too expensive and so that is what The Honest Company is.”

Check out her interview below!

Just recently, Jessica got the 90210 cast talking after confessing something about her time on the show. See what happened…

FYI: Jessica is wearing a Ganni dress and Jennifer Meyer Jewelry necklace during the interview.

Brian Austin Green Reacts to Jessica Alba's Claim That She Wasn't Allowed to Make Eye Contact on '90210' Set

Brian Austin Green is reacting to Jessica Alba‘s allegations about the set of 90210.

The 47-year-old actor dialed in to SiriusXM’s The Jenny McCarthy Show on Thursday (October 8).

While talking to SiriusXM’s Jenny McCarthy, he spoke about Jessica‘s recent remarks that she wasn’t allowed to make eye contact with the cast of 90210 while on set.

“I don’t think she heard that from anyone reputable, like that was really around us because that wasn’t ever our policy on set,” he said.

“Like we were, the one thing that we really were good about on our set was making people feel welcome and feel like they were a part of the family and what we were doing, and they were a part of the team. So I can’t, I can’t imagine that at all.”

More members of the 90210 cast have also since reacted – find out what they said about the allegation.

'90210' Cast Reacts To Jessica Alba's Claims There Was a No Eye Contact Rule on Set

Jessica Alba‘s comments about her experience on the set of Beverly Hills, 90210 caused quite a stir with the original cast of the show.

Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Jason Priestley and Ian Ziering have all spoken out about it after hearing that she had been instructed not to make eye contact with them during her guest appearance on the show.

Speaking with Access Hollywood, Ian shared that he couldn’t “for the life of me ever imagine a situation where any of the actors would ever say that.”

While he acknowledged that the no eye contact rule might’ve come from an assistant director or someone else outside of the cast, he also said that “none of my cast mates ever requested anything like that.”

“I’m not doubting that was her experience,” Ian said. “It saddens me because it lessened the experience for her—certainly didn’t slow her down in life—but it’s hard to hear that there was any negativity on the set…If I had known about that I would have shot that down immediately… I didn’t even work with her that day but I would’ve went right over to her and said, ‘How are you doing?’”

Jason echoed Ian‘s statements.

“Don’t look at the stars of the show was never an edict that came down on our show. I don’t know who told Jessica Alba not to look at us. None of us on that show thought we were MC Hammer,” he said during his own appearance on The Roz & Mocha Show on KiSS 92.5.

Jason went on, “Apparently somebody did because they thought that was a thing to do. I don’t know what Jessica Alba’s experience was coming on our show as a guest star. I know that certainly I never would have made her feel that way. I always went out of my way to make sure that our guests always felt incredibly welcome. I would always go and talk to them and make sure they knew that this was a place where we wanted them to succeed because I’d been on enough sets as a guest star and I always appreciated it when the regulars on the set came and made me feel that way.”

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