Jessica Alba insists she isn't a jealous person but did get a little envious on the set of romantic comedy 'Valentine's Day', when she witnessed a kiss between hunks Bradley Cooper and Eric Dane.
The 'Sin City' actress starred alongside the actors in 2010 comedy 'Valentine's Day' and she was envious after seeing the hunky stars, who played a gay couple in the movie, lock lips.
In an interview on Australian radio show 'The Kyle & Jackie O Show' on 2DayFM, she said: ''In 'Valentine's Day' when Bradley Cooper had his kissing scene with another cute actor ... Rebecca Gayheart's husband [Eric Dane]. I was a little bit like, 'Man, I could have been in on that!' They're so cute.''
Although she was a little green-eyed on the set of the film, the 31-year-old screen beauty insists she is never jealous of her fellow Hollywood starlets and is content with her own life.
She added: ''I'm never jealous. That's probably my problem. I'm always so happy. I'm always like, 'Yes! Another woman doing something fresh, that's awesome!' ''
The actress - who has two daughters, Honor, four, and 20-month-old Haven, with husband Cash Warren - also admitted she is prone to crying ''all the time'' and recently became emotional when she was reunited with her youngest daughter after four days away from home.
She said: ''I cry all the time. I cried the other night walking my baby because I missed her. [They were] happy tears, like, 'I've missed you, I haven't seen you for four days.' She's getting so big and she's just the sweetest.''