Biel: I'm no angel

Biel: I'm no angel

Jessica Biel is “not an angel”, but has to behave herself because of her job.

The ‘A Team’ star – who is currently dating ‘SexyBack’ singer Justin Timberlake – admitted while she went through a rebellious stage in her life, she now no longer has the opportunity to go crazy.

She explained: “I absolutely had a mad, crazy period. Probably 16 to 22-ish, I was sneaking out of the house, getting in trouble. The thing with the US is you can’t drink until you’re 21, but everyone drinks before.

“Listen, I broke the rules just like everyone else does. I’m not an angel, I’m not a perfect person who doesn’t mess up, eat bad, not work out – I mean, I do all of those things. It’s just for the most part, when I’m working, I don’t feel like I have the choice.”

The 28-year-old beauty – who sticks to a strict diet and exercise regime while filming – loves drinking alcohol with her friends, but admits she is growing increasingly concerned with the damaging effects it has on her.

She explained to Glamour magazine: “I love to go out and dance with my girlfriends and have a couple of glasses of rose and enjoy myself. But I’m just more concerned about how bad I’m going to feel in the morning.

“Once the world starts to tilt, I know I should stop. Goldschlager is my ‘I had a terrible night on it and can never drink it again’ shot.”

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