Jessica Alba has revealed her figure may not be as toned as it used to be as she's developed a soft spot for nachos and tequila.
Jessica Alba loves nachos and tequila.
The 33-year-old star - who has daughters Honor, six, and Haven, two, with husband Cash Warren - is happy with her figure but she doesn't think she's in as good a shape as when she was dancing on a regular basis and claimed her love for Mexican snacks and alcohol may play a part in it as well.
Quizzed on what her favourite sinful indulgences were, she said: ''I love nachos so much! And tequila.
''Looking back now, my friends are like, 'Your body was really good when you were dancing. You should do that more often!''
The 'Honey' actress - who is set to reprise her role as erotic dancer and occasional criminal Nancy Callahan in the sequel 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' - also revealed that she thinks acting allows her to come to terms with personal issues.
Speaking to Maxim magazine about her acting coach, the brunette beauty said: ''She really believes that actors are here to tell stories and to heal people through healing themselves. And she believes every character is about healing something in your life.''
She added: ''I don't want to talk about my issues. But I definitely feel like I tackled something and came out the other side. Everything that led up to all this was worth it. I'm really comfortable in my own skin, and I'm not apologizing for myself.''
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