Jessica Alba Confuses Sweden With Switzerland

It’s a blessing Jessica Alba made a career out of wearing bathing suits and spandex in terrible movies, because homegirl would’ve made a horrible and embarrassing journalist.

(Although her bank account probably isn’t crying any tears she chose “acting”)

At some Inaugural party in D.C., (where thankfully Alba knew it was Obama she was supporting) she tried to get all Snarky McSnark on a journalist who just wanted a low-maintenance sound bite from the actress. Check out the video on TMZ.com here.

Instead she cut him off immediately and said: “Can I ask you a question? This is for my blog.” and whipped out her phone and started taping. (Jessica Alba has a blog? HA!)
 
“What do you think is Barack’s greatest characteristic going into office?” she said.

When the shaken journalist said it was probably best he didn’t answer — seeing as he’s on the clock and all — Alba tried to make a funny and said:

“Be neutral! Be Sweden about it!”

The journalist was a gentleman and too polite to bother correcting her, but we’re not. It’s Switzerland, Jessica. Switzerland

In her defense, both countries do start with the letter “S” and they’re both in Europe. At least she didn’t say Sudan. Or Singapore.

UPDATE: You commenters are always so gracious. We want to thank you for alerting us to the error in our ways. Sweden was in fact neutral.  Let’s hope we make it on Jessica Alba’s blog!

View a gallery of Jessica Alba here!





It’s a blessing Jessica Alba made a career out of wearing
bathing suits and spandex in terrible movies, because homegirl would’ve
made a horrible and embarrassing journalist.(Although her bank account probably isn’t crying any tears she chose “acting”)At some Inaugural party in D.C., (where thankfully Alba knew it was Obama she was supporting) she tried to get all Snarky McSnark on a journalist who just wanted a low-maintenance sound bite from the actress. Check out the video on TMZ.com here. Instead
she cut him off immediately and said: “Can I ask you a question? This
is for my blog.” and whipped out her phone and started taping. (Jessica
Alba has a blog? HA!) “What do you think is Barack’s greatest characteristic going into office?” she said.When
the shaken journalist said it was probably best he didn’t answer –
seeing as he’s on the clock and all — Alba tried to make a funny and
said:”Be neutral! Be Sweden about it!”The journalist was a gentleman and too polite to bother correcting her, but we’re not. It’s Switzerland, Jessica. Switzerland.  In
her defense, both countries do start with the letter “S” and they’re
both in Europe. At least she didn’t say Sudan. Or Singapore.UPDATE: You commenters are always so gracious. We want to thank you
for alerting us to the error in our ways. Sweden was in fact neutral. Let’s hope we make it to Jessica Alba’s political blog! 

View a gallery of Jessica Alba At A Bunch Inauguration Parties here!