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"jessica alba" Discussed on Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

10:23 min | 9 months ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

"Just thanks for doing this thank you for having me absolutely all right so the idea here is I'm GonNa ask a question do you usually go to people's houses or like do you have Recording Studio I have a place in my house we done a bunch of them they're Nice thank and then we did one actually Switzerland in the carnot Switzerland because there's a film festival there that's fine it was fun in a actually a surprisingly beautiful studio in this one hundred year old building that had been restored into learning studio so is your best one now this is going to be my best tank of course in caches man cave this is the last one by the way I'll realize what we're GONNA do we set out to do ten but this is the one St online this is the year the closer of season one ace so ask a question that I think you'll be suited to answer and then we'll go from there and questions from Rochelle Connery from Anchorage Alaska and she asked any hints on how to push myself to achieve more than just good enough so I thought you'd be good at answering this because from what I know of you and I you know we were not like super fast friends but I've gotten to know you over the years and you push yourself you you like to get a lot done so I'm GonNa just let you take the first crack at this how to push yourself to achieve more than good enough and then we'll go from there I feel like a lot of that has to do do with I think there's a combination of nature nurture like I don't know if you can teach someone to be ambitious or forty major nurture keeps coming enough of these conversations yeah and I think that you have to kind of look at how comfortable your life is and your quality of life life and if you're fine being comfortable then great you know I feel like I'm never comfortable and so I only really function well when I'm under an unusual amount of pressure and stress that's when I find my sort of like my personal balance that's where my equilibrium lives so I think it's just different for everyone does have that income and to a degree Zad apply in particular when you're creating something whether it's or relationships we can talk about the process that we'll do the love seizing people's what's about creativity so like whether it's our you're acting producing a movie or it's building a business so I don't even know if I answered the question so for Anchorage what's her name Michelle so Rachelle from Anchorage good enough I think it's just you looking in the mirror every day and are you happy with who you're looking at and if something inside of you feels like there's more there there then you have to push yourself outside of your comfort zone and I think you Half to allow yourself to fail and I think that once you get over the fear of failure then you I'll start to find what your happiness or where your happiness lies and if good enough is sufficient or not the words good enough can mean a lot of different things I want to ask in terms of both sort of you have your artists side and your entrepreneur side how do you think of good enough in terms of specifically rt do you ever feel like I said yeah okay so then when it Paul now now applying to so in business we call it the eighty twenty rule so it's like eighty percent they're twenty percent is just not but it's no no this rule really you always teach me focus on so this is like it's like there's never the idea of perfection like if you if you wait for perfection then you'll never create anything and nothing will ever happen you know you'll just constantly tweak tweak tweak tweak so US really we try to launch with you know we're launching a new web platform it's been a beast but it's like eighty twenty it's like not under percents everything that I want it to be but it's good enough to launch and then once you launch you learn and then as you learn you can modify as you go and what's Nice about being a smaller scrap your business is you can quickly make those types of changes you don't have to go through all this bureaucracy to to move in and improve so then how do you set your goals of what you think okay this is what I want achieve this will be good enough you sit that out before so when it comes to like acting and producing I just got into producing 'em it's funny like producing I feel like it's so nice because at least you can set yourself up to have a more successful outcome because you have your hands in many different buckets whereas when you're just an actor for higher you know your Lake Gumby I mean you know they manipulate and mold and shift in shape you however the editor of the day feels like doing that or the producer or the director or whoever is in the editing room giving notes like because so little of what you can control ends up on screening I had to let go of any the idea of any of my ideas of what I wanted to be because there's also just like people's exception on who how they want to see you and if they don't if they WANNA see with certain way they're just going to turn you into that so as long as the check cleared I was like gray good enough good enough okay and I you know it's a lot better than any other job that I could ever imagine doing and that wasn't enough for you to do in totality might be good enough but I know that's what I mean a and then now I know that like as a producer you can set yourself up for first success because you can have say in the final cut and the edits and the casting and choosing directors and writers and and also having input on you know where the characters go and develop and storylines and stuff and so it's it's a for me it's a as a creative person it's much more empowering and I feel more secure I also feel like you just have to be in the moment completely and make the most of that moment and let go also of what you think this could be or even have any attachment to the final outcome and that is where I found that I get the most out of the creative process like I'm never I used to only think about the opening weekend and now all I think about is in this moment right now for lunch I have two hours to say these words where can we go yeah let's play house you're gonNa feel to do let's let's find it it let's let's play let's do something let's just be open to what can happen that's interesting so that almost to the heart of this question push yourself past good enough is almost taking your focus off of the end result and focusing more on the the process yeah I don't care how do you not care it's hard not to care it's hard not to care and I think I've you're right and I have a very very privileged edged reality which is I'm comfortable enough financially where I don't have to care and I also feel oh good enough about my life choices that my identity isn't tied up and and so I can walk through the world and I feel good every day when you wake up and look in the mirror and I feel like I've made choices that with conviction that are you know good or bad I'm okay with me and financially if it doesn't open or if it does open it's not GonNa Rock my world right agree with no money and when you have no money you realize how how much fucking sucks to have no money and how stressful it is and how all consuming coming it can be to just live paycheck to paycheck it is a horrible feeling the majority of people in this country and that's how I grew up in I hate it so much now maybe I just have a different I had a different experience with it that it it was hard for me relax or be okay without the security having that financial security so I needed the financial security just to like just to have a solid foundation so then I can dream and create and become whatever it is that I wanted to so that was always my goal always lived below Oh sort.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

03:49 min | 9 months ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

"My name is Joe Gordon this is our last episode of the season we set out to make ten of these this is the tenth one if you're listening to this thank you that's awesome I've been learn a thing or two I upset as Ford of bears repeating I feel like the podcasting is a format is just because it's long long form you can actually get into the nuances and and have some depth in conversation and discussion which is you know in my experience when you're usually doing interviews a press or whatever it's also soundbite driven and of course on social media everything's so scattered brain so I've I've just really enjoyed playing in this medium and I really appreciate the audience at this show has gathered but for now let's let's do this last episode the idea of this show is that we have a conversation about the the process and it's all inspired by one question and that question comes from you out there on the Internet asking questions and then I find a guest that I think will be good answer that question have a conversation about it so our guest this week is Jessica Alba she is someone you probably know she's a fantastic actress and an incredibly successful entrepreneur she's a Co founder of the honest company which is a company that I personally Patronize has a dad the they make all kinds of things but I buy diapers but yeah it's it's it's been really impressive to me to see her take this call Company which has not only extremely successful and lucrative but also something that's positive she's also an actress you've probably seen her in in any number of movies honey into the blue good luck chuck fantastic for Sin City I was in Cincinnati partout that's where she and I I got to know each other he's just an incredible hard work air incredibly talented smart super cool person she's done so much and continues to every day which is actually a big part of what I think makes her really good answer this question this episodes question comes from Rochelle Connery Anchorage Alaska and she asked any hints on how to push myself to achieve more than just good enough suggest such an overachiever she's not only a highly successful actress she's you know co founded this various accessible company and clearly not a person that just settles for quote unquote good enough so it was it was really interesting talking to her about what that means to her how she does what she does but also like what what is good enough and in fact when the kind of perfectionism that's always pushing you to go past good enough and the enemy the of creativity I've I've heard it said what is it actually I think Ryan might have said this in in the first episode that perfection is the enemy of good or greatest the enemy of good or something like that but if you never are willing to accept something as good enough then you might never finish any can you just endlessly tweaking tweaking tweet but we we talked about acting we talked about business it was really great to get her perspective on her career and her life on her work on her upbringing anyway I don't WanNa talk to you about it because I just want to get to her and I've been talking long enough so without anything more from me let's just let's get to it later gentleman just album.

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Jessica Alba's Twitter hacked with racist, homophobic posts about Hitler and rape

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Jessica Alba's Twitter hacked with racist, homophobic posts about Hitler and rape

"News somebody hacked and Jessica alba's Twitter account this weekend and used it to post racist and homophobic things TMZ reports the actress is not the one who posted about fourteen times in the middle of the night but she and her team did delete the nasty language she has not issued any statement about it many of the tweets from a troll hacker mentioned rapper Y. and W. Mellie who is awaiting trial for

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Linda Cardellini on new Netflix show, 'Dead to Me'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Linda Cardellini on new Netflix show, 'Dead to Me'

"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the culture. And my guess today's Linda Cartolini, who is having a year of years, first of all green book wins the Oscar as best picture, you know, that's pretty great. And then basically, you do a horror film, cursive, love Ronin becomes number one over the Easter weekend. And now you have a series on Netflix called dead to me, which is secret is that other little indie movie made this year called ventures endgame? Tiny movie. You know, that's why we're here we, we wanna push that kind of thing, you gotta help that one out. But dead to me. Is this like wonderfully interesting show where I've read talk to some people say, but I don't know what it is. Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? And I keep saying what's life, right? Yeah, yes. All of those things. But so that I don't get in major trouble. Okay. You set up, what did to me is, we jokingly call it a trauma D, because Trump so that they go through. And it's about these two people myself and Christina Applegate, who meet at a grief group and become unlikely friends. I'm very free spirited sort of optimistic person and she's very guarded angry widow, and, and we've both done through tremendous loss. But we both have secrets that were keeping and, and in major complications in our characters that make it interesting. And, and so it sort of unraveled from there. But the thing that I loved about. It as you can't define the tone of the show or the Jon Rao of the show. It doesn't really fit in a box, so shimmy ends where I go, what I know that I love that. There is a suspense element to it that it wasn't just these two characters to, to females that you could kind of inner change your line. They're very separate very defined characters that sort of lock in on this intimate relationship. But then it's a character story. But it's also that a lot of plot. So that, you know, twists and turns, and I can barely talk about it because everything is a spoiler. Have you ever said the phrase, the title of this any other human in your life? You're dead to me. No, no. I have. Yes. I know it's, it's a good one, though is it's, it's tough somebody's dead to somebody. That's while you're still living. Of you. Women in this show have many reasons six. Yes. Absolutely. To absolutely no careful. I was Hank, you I very much appreciate, well, you basically, and Christina Applegate r. The controlling forces of this show. You know, you could just say, hey. I didn't like episode four improve at USA. Know how diva esque. Or she actually where near not just in general, which is nice is something we actually get along about. I think for big team players. So that was really fun and important to me going into the project because you, you work if you were going to series, you work with people for a long time. So I wanted to be sure that I really enjoyed the people I worked with, and she's amazing, Liz Feldman. Who's the creator in the show. Runner is incredible. Her mind is incredible. Her is incredible her heart is in is, is genuine, she's a wonderful person. And so a she, it's her vision and her bay. We have brilliant writers and staff and everything, but really choose at the head of it all. And it's very easy to trust her. So we just sort of give you know, ju- given before they had never met really look that in one way. It's very right for the series. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you don't. Yeah, but there's such an easy -ness of between the two of you there. Is and I was so grateful, because it just happens or at dozens and the first time we met, we both were signed on to do it. And we had lunch with Liz, and Jessica, Alba motor, our producers who we both know we both worked with the different movies, and they both said, you know, you guys are gonna love each other, and we met, you know, people say that often, and then you meet somebody, like, okay, you know, it takes awhile to get to know somebody, but we really instantly felt like we knew each other and, and it's been very, very easy to be with her and to, to do this with her and, and she really has my back and I have her, so it's, it's a wonderfully worked beautifully. I couldn't be more

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"I should find her. I should find her Facebook. That's like a definitely something. We do in this podcast. Definitely think about somebody that acts mildly mean to say fool maims docks. I haven't done we've done a pie just where we went through your yearbook. And you're look you literally went to school with default character like these people are all named like Jason. Miller. Megan McDonald right Stevens. Yeah. It was all fake p like literally. Yeah. Not even fake friends. They're just like made up people sounds like you're lying. Yeah. So even if you drop one of these people's names, the audience think you're making it up or they're just going to go on Facebook and search, and they're gonna find thousands of people that all could have been the person of your high school who by the way, they're all. I saw these people. They're all wearing like the most default. They look like extras in commercials. Yeah. Like, they're just they're not worrying logos. Yeah. They will. Literally wearing like a pair of jeans in a red shirt with the how I mean, you know, how hard it was to be in a star. Do you know how hard it was? Okay. You know, how hard it was to be a star in a room in a school full of extras. Yeah. That's another line from your bio pic? It's fucking roof. Trailers like all these pedal moments. Just like. Do you as a person do you gave us? And also made up dramatize scenes where it's like you got check out the site. It's called toon zone. All these all the cartoon people like us, we can go. There can meet. And it's just more people numbers, and like, you know, green and black sexually typing. Ooh. Yeah. Bio-pic go job. Couple years. I'll put myself in for director action. Oh my God. It'd be nightmarish directing my bio-pic. Oh my God. Yeah. I would like. That would raise my personal suicide rate to having you over my shoulder like trying to add trying to change your character recast yourself. Okay. I know I know we're like two months shoot Blake. Let's just make him. Like can we just make him like slightly hotter? Yeah. Brandon like this scene where you're fourteen years. I can't have sex scenes in the movie like your character. Can't fuck Pamela. Anderson fourteen Brandon. I'll get in trouble for that all to you can't make out with a Livia money in this movie. It just didn't happen Brennan. Okay. Okay. We Jessica Alba is my high school girlfriend. Just the scene where she comes to problem with me. You're the writer. Oh boy. Would that? I would read that out direct the experimental script where you get really drunk and write your own by bam bio all made up. Yeah. That'd be hard. Yeah. I don't know you'd have to get drunk enough where you could get into like a fourteen year olds mind. Yeah. It's like all the stuff. Yeah. That'd be like certain type of docs occasion. I don't know what it would be maybe some like a dose of laughing gas that doesn't quite knock you out. But you're floating around out direct that movie I'm trying to get so high fourteen where the script is just like Brennan Mortell walks into prom with Jessica Alba star the crowd. Cheers. And they say Brandon, you're the prom king. Now, then they shoot the school bully with a bazooka Brown and give it to Brandon awesome. Yeah. See end. Okay. Anyway, I think that's it for this week flights. Flight. Once again, watched likened subscribe life. He's watching December ninth Los Angeles, the satellite word Ellen friends. Tim hi decker. Jenner friedman. More Djamil, obviously, everyone January eleventh San Francisco to shows that SF sketch fest. Look it up by the tickets and watch like subscribed. Watch like subscribe folks, got to do it for a patron patriot dot. This is the pistons. The main brother versus the other one. I think it is. I don't know. Look we've been look if this and back if this is the patriot sign up again, I feel like the first one might have been funnier. We'll debate you can figure it out. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Bye.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Durant in the morning show. While Sebastian minutes cow go. Here's the problem too quick background thing. So we thought to be a funny bit to play one of Sebastian's funniest stories from his tour and then say, don't you hate Sebastian, when people try to tell your story and be funny as you, here's an example. And then we had great t in our imaginary chuckle hut, comedy club, the name Chuck lot. Hell Sebastian Mattis. Cal co of story. A joke. Well, so the idea was for you to get up there and like be horrible, but you've messed it up by being actually kind of funny thought it was breeding horrible because I didn't do it the way he does. It matter the way the way you told it in your interpretation of history was actually funny. Yeah, wasn't van, but none. But the problem with that is the bit failed because you were kind of good. I don't even know what to do, then I don't even know how to fail anymore. I should have that down. Come on. I was in barrister I was I was nervous. 'cause I knew he was sitting right there staring right at him. I'm like, oh my God. This is the guy that does the joke and doing the whole point of your bit was to fail miserably, failed miserably by being funny, see that he's like, do you understand what I say? But it's like making full picks, let me know your circling loving, you love you. Now we gotta move to sister Danielle Danielle, did you know that you have been listed. In this article called the fifteen celebs worth getting parenting advice from no idea. I was reading this today. Of course they also give you four people. You shouldn't listen to that and I'm not one of those. Right. Okay. All these celebrities and then they get to Jessica Alba is on their Kristen bell. Good company, right? And then it gets to hold on. I'm almost there's Jennifer garner is on there and then and yeah, Danielle arrow. That's crazy. Yeah, her voice has become recognized across the world as that Helen loving loud laugh. Tough mama from the Bronx. Daniel minero has been a major part of the Elvis Duran morning show almost since the start in his given listeners and intimate glimpse into her world as a mom. She was part of the radio show and she became a mom for the first time. It has always discussed how important her family is to her in even though she lives, why tearing up. Let's love you so much. Even though she lives a very busy life on the Elvis Duran show. She also makes sure to make time to be a good loving mom and fund mom. She always make sure to see her boys onto the bus. The first day of school create memories with them every single day, especially during the Halloween season. She has shown the world. You can be a strong funny woman as well as a family oriented mother and wife and still look great. Do it. The last time you made me cry. Was your wedding? When I crawled into the limo got out, I'm like, oh, my little sister's now turned into a woman. I cry. They gave. I think it's mom's dot com, which is I didn't even know what it wasn't popped up this morning. So nice string together. The nicest things to say about somebody on. Can make me cry, welcome to the show. I'm on it. You're all right. Let's where's my music right heater Gandhi. Is this your first top of the charts now we've done you have, yes, I love top of the charts anyway. I love you. Danielle, we all love you. Congratulations. So cool. You be not Jessica Alba. Hello. Also, really at some point we should talk about who the bad parents are are on there. I'm sure they, they hired nanny. All right. The top of the charts. Not only do we tell you the number one song. All different genres of music here in the good old USA America, but also today we're gonna wipe out our passports and travel to Brazil. Denmark, Netherlands, Greece, Spain, and go to Russia to and see what their number one songs are. All right. Let's start here in the good old. You of US of a Ghandi. What is the number one top forty song in America you? It's young led five seconds of summer..

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Work stronger with less stress, not longer

The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff

15:17 min | 2 years ago

Work stronger with less stress, not longer

"Business podcasts, visit c desk, sweet radio dot com. My guest with me today is Tiffany Bova. Hi, Tiffany. How are you? I'm fantastic. Thank you for having me today. I'm super excited. I'm super excited about this because you wrote a great book. But before we get into that, let me do the formal introduction, Tiffany, Bova and I'm going to spell her name right out of the gate because I want you type in it, not while you're driving, but as you're, you've got some place while you're typing her name and her dot com has her website. It's t. I f. f. a. n. i. Bova b. o. v. a. now people in the know will already know who she is, but let me do a formal introduction. Tiffany Bova is the global customer growth in innovation evangelist at Salesforce and was previously VP distinguished analyst and research fellow with Cartner. Tiffany has interviewed guests ranging from Dan pink to Arianna Huffington on her. What's next podcast? I'm going to pause there for a minute. You want to write that down. She has a podcast called what's next? What's next podcast? And her insights have helped companies like Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, oracle SAP del an Amazon, including Amazon web services among them, and she has helped them. So I think we have something to talk about and Tiffany has written and outrageously good book. It's called growth. IQ get smarter about the choices that will make or break your business. No, Tiffany. I want to say one other thing and then you're going to take over. Here's what I want to say. Okay, I'm ready. I read well over one hundred books a year, and I do well over a hundred and fifty business interviews a year. I want to announce to the world that. Your book is one of the best business books I have ever read. Wow, thank you. And I expect this interview to be awesome. So the book again, is growth. IQ get smarter about the choices that will make or break your business. So let's put the context in this way. You talk about context, combination and sequence. So start us out by talking about those three things. Well, thank I. Thank you for what a great amazing comment to make about the book. I worked really hard on it, so it's always nice to hear that the baby's not ugly. So that's always a baby, very, very attractive. But what I did and how I landed on that was I like you read a lot a business lot of business books, and I wanted to see what was missing from what I was consuming as I was on my own journey, right? Because I read to make myself better whether it be on managing or understanding certain trends, etc. And and what was missing for me was the house side of growth and what makes it different from one to the other? So how can people actually put into action

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Now, on today's podcast, you are in for a treat because doctors, we've got the founders of the LA hot spots that are there frequented by Justin Bieber. I know they're awesome. I've been looking at them online. I wanna go have my next birthday party. Katy Perry, I'm not a name dropper. Jessica Alba named her Nick, Jonas nut name-dropping. But you guys have built a a variety of restaurants in hot spots that are the favorites for the A-List celebrities. So John in Brian, welcome onto the thrive time show what great things are happening there and beautiful southern California. Thank you. Good to be here normal day running around. Well, I respect that. I respect that John. I want to ask you. I was reading the Forbes article where you were explaining what it took to build the thirty five million dollar nightclub empire and restaurant business, but I know that our listeners would would love to hear it directly from you before the success. John. Can you take us back to where you and Brian, I started your empire. Yeah, you know, we, we both kind of fell into what we're doing and isn't doing less than anyone out there who is young and it's firing or looking to change for years or whatever it is because we basically fell into something we both love and not sure leading were were naturally doing. We both grew up together and allay. We both went to USC and we naturally kind of started throwing events and parties on our own. Brian started a really big event concert type of promotion company. I was handling kind of EJ's and started my own promotion of company, and then we realized that we actually love this could actually be a business. So we opened a nightclub together that we didn't own, but we ran and it was called. The x. we were really the the key parts to making it successful at the end of the day, you need any people to to make a place crate. So we were the ones bringing clever -ties buyers and everyone we realize it can do it on our own. So we raise money from our friends and family. We live, I lived in my parents house and really sprout everything together. And that's how we started. And we are our notion, then that state to all the way today was we were going to build places that are are close friends and families are poor. People wanted to be at and make a home and from their extended to their friends and family and so on. And that's how that's how we've modeled our whole company. Now, Brian, when you first founded the h would group over a decade ago with John, I understand that the first club you opened in Los Angeles, we left the x club was shook down for being a. A public nuisance am I correct? They're getting something wrong because the querying minds the thrive nation. Yeah. It actually wasn't LAX. It LAX. We just sort of ran the promotions at our first club where we raise all the money was actually called h. would. And that one did get shut down for being a public nuisance. Essentially, we were really good at what we did, and we had a lot of people show up. We had you know, capacity issues. We had people leaving the club's strong making too much noise vomiting street. Unfortunately, we were next to a bunch of apartment buildings, so it was not the best place for nightclub. And the neighbors started to complain about us ended up fighting with the city, and they eventually did declare us a public nuisance you to share for share flown. Exactly. So I guess out there go ahead. We had. We had people camping out with Rossi camping on the grass. I mean, it was it was a real issue and we fought it for a full year and then it up declaring at a public nuisance, stripping it of to be able to be anything nightlife related. So then whenever you opened up the the next one, why did you not stay with h would is the name of it? That one that one got shut down. So the second place we were in construction and at our second place at the same time, which was called Las Palmas. And so we just continue. But we always kept the name for our h with group based off of the name of our first venue. So you stayed loyal to the name. The name of the group just of moved on is a venue. I want to ask you this Brian. It seems like a lot of entrepreneurs who aren't named Walt Disney because Walt Disney lost it all multiple times..

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Leslie Jones fires off p.o.'d tweet to The Honest Company and Jessica Alba

Jason and Alexis

03:24 min | 2 years ago

Leslie Jones fires off p.o.'d tweet to The Honest Company and Jessica Alba

"Increasing clouds eighty four. Today This is a mytalk. Dirt alert update a quick look. At what's happening in entertainment dirt dirt on mytalk did you want Leslie Jones is not happy with Jessica, Alba's honest company the Saturday Night Live star who was nominated for an EMMY last week for her work, on the show tweeted. Her grievances with all this all natural company on Tuesday claiming her. Last few orders made with honest have been. A nightmare. She said she's been using this company for the last. Three years you just lost a good customer on, us Jessica Alba please address your company that, is not doing good business I've use your. Company for more than three years and then she just. Goes on talking about but. Not specifically why? It was a nightmare I've spent too. Much money here, for this to happen. This, is all on Twitter what's the point I was just? Gonna, say. This. Rings I like Wesley but this rings weird yeah you're both celebrities. DM or you know what I mean yeah both yeah I don't know what the, point is heard publicly. That out there Yeah, I look I mean I'm used social media complain about? Bad, experiences. But. This seems weird to me only because again they're both celebs and Contractor I have your people, call her people yes Okay let's see here Katy Perry. She's bouncing back after about of quotes situational depression he delved into the emotional details were last year when she sat down, with a vogue Australia for their August. Issue But this to me is just. One of those will like okay sorry she's talking, about, how, she. Was really depressed. Because people, didn't really respond well to her last album witness. She was shaken by the underwhelming reviews surrounding the music she takes great pride in wants to find like oh well It's like popstar problems I'm sorry. We didn't like your album then put a better, one, out An artist she goes on and on. It that it, broke her, hard. The people, didn't react the way she had expected them to so I mean you know yeah I. Mean when, you put that's your. Life's work, and he put it out there and people rejected that's it's, it's hard. For creative I mean. We take. It personal sometimes when people. Email us and say we suck Okay Hans friends who hated each other in real life. Includes I, mean this one's a no, brainer Kim control and disco. Parker, oh here's one. Juliana Margulis an Archie job from the good. Wife, yes they hated each other during the show and Kenny Baker r two, d two and Anthony Daniels c. three PO from Star. Wars Oh I didn't know that one yeah Gosh Okay I always wonder how it gets far enough for us to know about. It you? Know, yes usually after the. Project. Yeah Okay on TV tonight not allow ca Patrick host. The, two thousand eighteen Espy's. That's on ABC and then if you're. If, you're a, big brother fan, that's, on tonight as well oh in the eighth, season premiere of suits on USA with Katherine hi go Katherine Heigl. She's, yeah she she basically she. Didn't take over the role but she replaced, the poll that was. There. When Meghan Markle left.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Yeah it probably was recommended to her and she when my parents were in town mentioned it and at first i was like this seems really slow because it really is it's just a famous couple yori who used to be a k pop star who was huge huge still practices i believe a little bit but in two thousand six she was the highest paid female singer in south korea yes very big like britney spears ears heyday level like level of celebrity she was a model for calvin klein jeans she was in a commercial with jessica alba that's how you know you fuck all featured in twenty ten dita's commercial ci married sangsoon who is a detoro in the rock band roller coaster and they moved into their vacation home on jayjay island which is actually it just seven hundred and fourteen square miles at its volcanic island seven hundred and fourteen square miles that's fucking huge seem to me seven hundred and fourteen square miles don't maybe i don't have a concept of size that's very big okay that's hughes your slav me no there's a quite a bit island seems like we should mention we don't know we did not know who these people were before we started watching the show which is probably evident in here you talk about it so they turn their house into a bed and breakfast and the first episode is really just them getting ready to host their first.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"All right entered houses filling in for man kiss matt who we got today jerry we have michelle from greensboro and she is justin timberlake sent number one fan we cannot verify that but i'll take your word for do you have any questions about how the game is played now i think of good all right we'll get your sixty seconds on the clock here who's give me one second here we go and if you get stuck on a question we recommend that you pass okay okay all right michelle your sixty seconds starts right now little choice selma hayek is abe brunette again a day after day doing what color hair styled purple blonde or read well that's incorrect all hair's hilton celebrated her thirty seven birthday with this person whose father was a musical legend now the incorrect true at walsall justin bieber return for the nba allstar celebrity game this year oh that's incorrect jessica alba breastfed her baby in the dressing room of this popular store oh packed all right who sings that this all cherry the way the governor has yes practical you path on jessica alba breath let her baby in the dressing room at this popular store target target yes to a theater hold on one second that could be good enough but either way you got the tickets to see justin timberlake target katie back in here have do the score to beat is to do i'll take it this she's are excited though she's justin timberlake biggest parents are particularly new needs to win the game when he can now justin timberlake only two hundred seven dollars right i mean it would be nice to batam drinks at the content are you one if you want to direct it without the dow right all right katie you're 60second starts right now that'll choice selma high egg is a brunette again a day after day viewing what colored hair style purple blonde or red path here's held the celebrated her thirty seven th birthday with this person whose father was.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Perfect on radio guinea all right well here's the reason why daves on the show today dave is an american hero it keeps the real thing he's no bs he's a very humble guy he's a modest guy he's been on the show before sandra ju member i did an interview not long ago well it was maybe was last summer it was a while ago is in fact is had to be over a year ago because it was during the alone it was during the election dave was in time magazine for the weirdest reason he took a photo with which celebrity dave jessica alba and here's what my now now that's not the news story here's the new story he took a photo with jessica alba you put it online and he forgot about it right and then some diner some some delion in california i guess saw the photo and they must have thought the dave 'em this female celebrity jessica alba look good together so they printed it out and put it on their wall they didn't know david in our jessica alba then here's how small this world is sandra daves flynn's not dave put his friends walk into the restaurant and they see his name earth's pick and they go way did was dave here and they're like no man dev's not here man what kenny you know what you're you're leaving out the best part here's the best part of that story is i with cropped out of my own photo by which is what the amazes me the most about it with because my friend not only recognized that picture that i had shaken but he recognized it without me in it a little too much of a fan of jessica alba bob loved the real criminal here's the restaurant who stole without the intellectual property sandra no because he he put it out on a publicly available for him and he didn't copyright at are so technically facebook owns it yet all right so dave what was the end of that story was there eric di did you ever figure out why they did that i mean it's just a weird turn it really tried who area number one i reached out jessica alba you know i wrote i wrote a post on her while was.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Oh hold back spencer because he would turn that has upset down i'll tell you one thing already would have been on our his case i yoho tell us some trump's girl we need to know that's why you in this house okay knock as you want apprentice over ten years ago we want to know about your old boss from two weeks ago that i don't think you could have even done the first task because you had a needed yereven spray and then like i am opting out with no there is some parts of the task i could have done the hang on the the academy award joe fear emir and ever they i you would have gone through the halls inc wouldn't have dropped i get definitely would already got in chuck widow of the ufc spiders face and bill nye yo chuck you think you're tough guy not in this big brother house and he probably would have knocked me out and then he would have been eliminated so at about one person down that quick yeah they you attack ladele fan i love jessica alba in the house they're all my enemies you'd win henny thanks so there is our big brother i plan to talk be rather every week catch you up because you nama big brother junky and we all live and had it nest cvb celebrity they brother in the uk that's like our favorite show obviously because we've done it twice brand he had a couple of moments shoes interrupting this the the big time rush singer real talk though all due respect to the big time rush singer how are they casting him an opera daddy like camano i guess he's better looking or whatever allegedly no he's iin that's just what my haters would say now i don't even think you're haters and say that you didn't even see a music elegant guy his you know he's supposed to be the throb at the soil is thinking that one a fly a whole not marking the drought i've ever have not got uh better legume in yuval odds claimed that uh you know they have an actual like the hearthrob character and is not martin graphitti assets who had thank you that you can.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Oh hold back spencer because he would turn that has upset down i'll tell you one thing already would have been on our his case i yoho tell us some trump's girl we need to know that's why you in this house okay knock as you want apprentice over ten years ago we want to know about your old boss from two weeks ago that i don't think you could have even done the first task because you had a needed yereven spray and then like i am opting out with no there is some parts of the task i could have done the hang on the the academy award joe fear emir and ever they i you would have gone through the halls inc wouldn't have dropped i get definitely would already got in chuck widow of the ufc spiders face and bill nye yo chuck you think you're tough guy not in this big brother house and he probably would have knocked me out and then he would have been eliminated so at about one person down that quick yeah they you attack ladele fan i love jessica alba in the house they're all my enemies you'd win henny thanks so there is our big brother i plan to talk be rather every week catch you up because you nama big brother junky and we all live and had it nest cvb celebrity they brother in the uk that's like our favorite show obviously because we've done it twice brand he had a couple of moments shoes interrupting this the the big time rush singer real talk though all due respect to the big time rush singer how are they casting him an opera daddy like camano i guess he's better looking or whatever allegedly no he's iin that's just what my haters would say now i don't even think you're haters and say that you didn't even see a music elegant guy his you know he's supposed to be the throb at the soil is thinking that one a fly a whole not marking the drought i've ever have not got uh better legume in yuval odds claimed that uh you know they have an actual like the hearthrob character and is not martin graphitti assets who had thank you that you can.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Super Station 101

"About something celebrating jessica's dinner now we'll just go hashtag jessica alba's dinner hold on hold on a moment's there hashtag jessica's dinner somebody use that has act one time it's popular gee said there is literally crack in cinnamon toast crunch hashtag jessica's because i've heard of the people say that but i don't think it's true i think it is actually not kids loved that supplement tear it up between that and the reasons puff cereal must though those ranked number one have a little bit of the issue with that you actually that for breakfast though i rarely breakfast but us if i'm really in that for you buy away so as even the cheese stick for did not listen insisting that off off i love that zero if i have my choice that's probably number one i'm going with wanting to see candy because i mean essentially when you're eating odd this really mean cereal in general is it ninth well i mean if it's not special k or cheerios the because i mean they they just loaded outlets like oh lucky charms yacht eat you know as sugary marshmallows for breakfast and then go try to do your best work at just that makes no sense of we're talking about the cereal realm than it doesn't really matter nobody's in special k yes they are is delicious uri it it's absolutely delicious i'll have a bowl of special k and cheese to homicide and skim milk about sick nod if you're going to drink mellon pershing whole milk butter buttered build a gun among dead actually by some buttermilk says a not my son thought the milk had curdled and we almost threw it out and we realizes buttermilk love my milk key muanchon eats butter meal you want to gain some weight hottie have you ever drank buttermilk before no an accident one time yeah it's pretty gross via i threw up loves gross and that cannot be part of our a challenge were just do and food okay when i pick what you eat you pick when i eat we don't necessarily have look while it's not when i do and drinks i will we can go in it's gotta be a normal food okay lawyer can anxiety about this on an article that i know what i'm bringing for you um so for y'all that have just joined us what we're gonna do.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on TV Avalanche

TV Avalanche

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on TV Avalanche

"Jason state that gets himself throat it to a malaysian prison on purpose as part of a mission i would watch every movie in that category as far as i could tell there's only one movie wear that happened so a lot of very dumb an amusing action setpieces matt film and dna it's feels like jessica alba there was a point in her career where like she would have been just a bit too big to play the thankless love interest in adjacent state them you know be action movie but earlier career and at this point your career it's just about right for her again it just cabot there's a lot of movies where it involves like her swimming around underwater at some point there was the one movie with her ed paul walker in tweeter varsity blues at now there's this one too so it's kind of she's got like ten to fifteen years apart is nailed that genre art reference that will really appeal to the old spry of human activity here it hit me are you do it much like esther williams jessica alba is dangerous when wet you know what i don't even get that reference so by no it's it's way older that even i am i just remember lexus going uber talking about it on an episode of that show but i'm i'm older than i even i am in its let's start talking about the future body before this gets deuce apps let's get avas start talking about a price of gas back in the late night listen there we're going to be a debate when he was eighty seven six late arrived with riot i do and that's the problem with that i did want to bring that up all we so good.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"At than a company that started five years ago from scratch trying to put together a machine to make a diaper or a detergent and so you we take our chemistry that we do in house and we source a lot of our raw materials and then we go when we find the best manufacturing partners and also you get a better price if you can work with different manufacturing partners and the reason why that's important is because people it should be affordable and the only way that we can be affordable is if we can get the best price when we're making stuff and you told entrepreneur magazine that some of this criticism of the company said is more tabloid fodder wouldn't it be a headline if it were anywhere yet i even had the journalists of very reputable big business journalists and we've had exchanges before they write articles and i say why don't you bring in x ynz company that is dealing with the exact same thing and they're like because they're not jessica alba basically to you oh yeah they're very transparent they're like it wouldn't be headline on would read it it would end up in the back page of the business i would never noone read my our coal and i wanna get a promotion they're very legs so transparent about it and so in that sense is being has being jessica alba has being a movie star as well as a businesswoman has that side of it made it harder for you in business easier or both i think it's just been really interesting it's made it a very very interesting journey you know i think mark zuckerberg an ilan mosque and sheryl sandberg who are all people in business who never started in entertainment i think you know they're enough of a household name at this point certainly in the business going to see their celebrities in their own running business community and so they have probably a you know uh they feel like they live in a fish bowl sometimes and people are extra sensitive around things that they say an and they probably feel out that way as well so um it's just been very enlightening now you're adding up there.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"In this episode a boss files it's not like i had a you know a team of cheerleaders rooting for may everyone putting style a time jessica alba over from the silver spree but today you'll find from working round the clock as an entrepreneur he's the cofounder of the honest company and is on a very personal mission it all started after he had an allergic reaction believing that story plot pushing building the multimilliondollar company reviews also very invoking non another gold so how important institute kept moral more women on it for edible important it's everything so i leaned on women invasion that i would win and i like over leverage probably or or leaned on them a little bit more than that probably wanted me to we also dive into why she says growing up was brutal perrine worked three jobs and barely made ends meet how she succeeded and defied the odds you're my conversation with jessica alba jessica alba thank you for being here thanks for having me we're going to get into a lot uh your career as an actor theonest honest company your personal journey but just first this to begin how do you define yourself today because you are so many things mom entrepreneur actor um i don't know i guess as a haifa in and i've authored a book i started the company i have kids um i'm a friends um i'm a terrible speller i love the cook i'm terrible desserts but i can cook maniac bake fake yeah i but i can throw down like whatever's in the kitchen i can like you know go and and create something in 20 minutes that is so me.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

"The road so i i'm going to rely on you hipsters to identify it's michael strahan i recognized rely on at the very scarce kodan gordon and it actually that's interesting they're not just doing they're not just doing a musicians they're doing a road celebrities so now okay we'll is that will i am in the back this will they'll clue best at attia this is oh this is probably our app plenty of the app people because that jessica alba will i am and uh and gwyneth so they're just this is a little cross promotion that the other show just wade out michael strahan i recognized footballer and a host on uh ed gma don't know who these through are that the guy had a left i recognize a woman in antlers she's green others uh uh uh their uh you know a girl on alicia keys a and then i don't know who that is and how it got dzhalka that's metallica oh yeah there's james the child can billy billy eichner who is this billy eichner and ilott villa bill akhter utterly absurd of course i recognize visa shouts of people on the sidewalk at it's very very very funny you'd really see lars ulrich in the backseat put theory is and i'm just going to presume the kirk is is behind ackner and of course they led to james drive and he should drive 'cause he's a car fanatic he's got a lot of cars now we're in a helicopter and other fails auto owners issued this this is what i was worried about until the brits the great thing about the gordon show is that i liked the conceit of the cordon show which is it's all in a car.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"We did he came back years during another interview in this room and so of course we had to say we miss their chance do you do a michael caine and before you could even ask a question he was mid michael caine impersonation it was dramatic lewis deal mike michael kind and even like raised as eyebrow like he just he became michael caine was unreal and then i did my michael caine impression to him and said that it was based in the late great phil hartmann another great mimic like hank his area and then as areas gigs i dunno phil that's an original 'cause because that's where which little did that which i talked will also for the guy who's rich little rich little was the great impressionist like back in the eighties he was on carson he would do every voice so what hank his area of phil hartmann rich little there's three of your four mel rush more the great voice actors mimics of all time but hank was phenomenal so was ken john who is now the most famous person falling me on twitter apologised will are net cans going million followers and i felt bad you know it's my fault i should have been a little normally pretty good research brock my watch every episode doctor can i had not seen an episode so i watched the season finale which actually air this friday and i will i will continue to watch a cause can was such a nice guy and genuine and i'm going to you've sitcom guy it's not really to my taste but he is funny and having interview them the the show is great because the episode was about dr can want to become an actor and his wife supportive him and doing it late life amac right this is very autobiographical clearly what he was telling us is true he does use the work from his past thanks once again to kenner hake and please could i tunes post to review i vote by movies in police but those were five stars and put a comment as well all right jessica alba.

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"jessica alba" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jessica alba" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile gentleman award for best picture you're on governor la la land we lost by the word but i do i am sorry doctors and state this there's a mistake moonlights won best picture moonlight won best picture we ever with all these offices draw here at the academy this is steve harvey is not a joke i'm afraid they read the wrong this is not a joke moonlight is one best picture we we were going to see a show this is the shocker mugabe won't best picture sinophile lee adnan virk movie podcast it's not that people are abuse of me because clearly i've nothing to phone home about but my life the something i'm sure people are envious of people love sports that love movies who's this clown like do both and today on episode 25 percent a file i am the envy of everybody i know his i get to meet an interview jessica alba so there's a lot going through my mind too because it there's there's just a lot at stake here because people 100storey appreciate what was she liked it did did she flirt with you did you flirt with heard you say some stupid comment so you're gonna get all those questions answered momentarily thanks for listening the previous podcast hank his area was tremendous brock meyer wednesday april fifth an ifc as dany i mentioned in the last podcast we completely missed the opportunity to ask about michael caine but then dan we had salvation.

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