Hollywood star Jessica Biel is the cover girl of the June 2009 issue of Allure magazine.
The Jessica Biel cover shoot, by photographer Michael Thompson, takes place in an unusual setting: a four-story platform in an electrical plant.
In the accompanying interview, Jessica Biel complains about her beauty standing in the way of getting good movie roles. Yeah, right… Other beautiful actresses get serious roles all the time sweetie.
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