Bradley Cooper isn’t the only “A-Team” star not willing to discuss the particulars of his romantic life. While Bradley recently told Details magazine’s July issue he “just can’t” talk about rumored paramour Renee Zellweger, Jessica Biel has been equally mum on the subject of her longtime on-again/off-again beau, Justin Timberlake.
In Glamour’s July issue, which features the actress on the cover, when asked if she is in love, Jessica said, “I want to keep that answer to myself.”
She did speak more generally about love with the magazine, admitting her passion for romance when she was asked about how she’s like her “A-Team” character, Charisa Sosa.
“She’s a hard-core adrenaline junkie. I’m also an adrenaline junkie. I’m a romantic adrenaline junkie,” the actress told the mag.
Jessica was plenty open though about her recent climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa.
“I’ve learned that I can push forward, which was exciting for me,” she told the mag of what she learned on the trek, which she accomplished late last year. “When you get out into the wilderness and strip [away] all of the stuff in your everyday life, you really gain a great respect for your own life, simply as it is. Needing things starts to feel like, ‘Oh, I kind of have everything, don’t I?’ It’s pretty great.”
While the actress has conquered the mountain, she admitted she hasn’t yet managed to conquer fashion.
“I’m not someone who has this amazing instinct about fashion,” she revealed. “Sometimes I cannot be bothered… I just throw on whatever is comfortable. I literally spent most of my teenage years in Umbro shorts and No Fear T-shirts.”
Speaking of no fear, Jessica said she has plenty of adventurous things she’d like to do before she dies.
“I want to scuba dive a sunken ship. I would like to sail around some part of the world and live on a boat. I have a love of Egyptology,” she said. “I would like to go there and see the pyramids. [As a kid I wanted] to be Indiana Jones and dig for bones and find mummies.”
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