Alba not flattered by attempt to look like her
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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Imitation is not the sincerest form of flattery for Jessica Alba.
The actress says she's been distressed by Internet reports of a Chinese woman who is having a plastic surgery makeover to look like Alba in hopes of getting her lover back.
Alba says no one should have to change herself like that. She says "if somebody loves you, they'll love you no matter what."
Alba, who is starring in the upcoming film "Valentine's Day," is in town for the Super Bowl. She was at an Audi party Friday with Hilary Swank, Taylor Lautner, Rob Lowe and other celebrities. It was one of numerous celebrity soirees attached to the Super Bowl.
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