Jessica Biel Almost Starred In ‘The Notebook,’ Won’t Spill About Justin

Actress Jessica Biel sat down with Elle for a very revealing interview. While she doesn’t reveal any details about her relationship with Justin Timblerake, she does reveal that she rarely ever gets the parts that she auditions for. Here are some highlights from the interview…

PHOTOS: Jessica Biel Looking Hot At Night Of Stars, Gets Cozy With Justin Timberlake

On the role that could have been: “The Notebook. That’s one that I wanted so badly. I was in the middle of shooting Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and I auditioned with Ryan Gosling in my trailer – covered in blood. Nick Cassavetes put me through the wringer in an interesting, exciting way. But there’s a million that get away. We’re gluttons for punishment. It’s just rejection.”

PHOTOS: Jessica Biel Without Makeup, Looking Very Sleepy At LAX

On Justin Timberlake: “A girl doesn’t kiss and tell… there’s nothing that’s sacred anymore. Me not talking about my intimate personal life – there’s just a line that you have to say, I can’t go any further.”

More from Jessica Biel…

On dressing for the role she’s auditioning for: “I’m thinking, This is a period piece. Or this person is an ex-addict in rehab. I need to walk in there and not have a great blowout and a great dress. And I’m always putting myself on tape. The people around you say, ‘This is the one that’s going to change your career!’ And then nothing happens. And you’re still doing what you’ve always done. I’m still dressing up and looking ridiculous. I just did three tapes while I was in Toronto for three different projects – and I didn’t get any of them. When there’s a great female part, there are 30 amazingly talented women gunning for it.”

On the last time she felt terrified: “I felt terrified when I was auditioning for Les Miserables, the movie that Tom Hooper is doing. I was terrified to sing in front of him. I auditioned for Fantine, and I sang “I Dreamed a Dream.” I didn’t get it. I would have loved it.”

Check out more photos and more from the interview at