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Jessica Biel Wants Her Legs Like 'volleyball Players'

by VR Sreeraman on August 11, 2007 at 4:07 PM
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Jessica Biel Wants Her Legs Like 'volleyball Players'

Actress Jessica Biel has revealed her desire to have legs like volleyball players, so as to improve the least favourite part of her body.

The Blade: Trinity star, who has been voted one of the sexiest women alive by men's magazines, admitted that she hates her legs, and would love to own more "leaner and longer" pins.

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"Clearly I don't wake up and go, 'Woh, I'm the sexiest woman alive.' My least favourite part is my legs. They could be longer or leaner, but mine are not defined - and they never will be," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.

"I just have to come to terms with the fact that I'll never have volleyball player legs," she added.

Meanwhile Biel has divulged that she cold-shoulders the glitzy celebrity lifestyle because she is too mature for the party scene.

"I don't really go out. I'm such a homebody, it's embarrassing. But I feel I went through that stage in my late teens and sneaking into places here and there like everybody does," she said.

Source: ANI
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