Jaime made an interview for ET at Marie Claire’s Fresh Faces Party on April 13th. Watch down below the video and read the article.
If there’s one thing Jaime King loves, it’s supporting other women! The mother of two is a core member of Taylor Swift’s famous squad (the “Blank Space” singer is even the godmother to King’s youngest child, Leo) and loves to promote other females in the industry.
“I believe that there’s a place for all of us and for me, every time there’s an opportunity to support, my friends and other women, I’m going to be the first one to show up,” King, 36, told ET at Marie Claire’s Fresh Faces Party on Monday night.
And King added that she couldn’t get by without that same support being reciprocated. When she first became a mother, the Hart of Dixie actress sought out advice from other celeb moms.
“Jess Alba was always on speed dial for me,” King said of the Honest Company founder, who is the godmother to her son James. “I didn’t know what I was doing when I had my first child and I had to go back to work so soon. I was terrified but I always call her… I think in the lifestyle we have, it’s very different and it’s not as easy to navigate, and she does it so elegantly and seamlessly and so I’m very lucky.”
Now that she’s a mom of her own, King is happy to offer up some of her own sage wisdom.
After hearing that Megan Fox is pregnant with her third child, King told ET, “Oh, that’s so fantastic! You’re outnumbered now, girl. Advice, I have two, think more the merrier!”
In an exclusive ‘Attention Deficit Theater’ Clip posted by Just Jared, Jaime opens up about her childhood in Nebraska and the foods she remembers eating while growing up. Plus, a new promotional photos for the show.
Don’t forget to watch the full episode on Friday, March 25 and see all of the episodes that are live now on the CW Seed app!
Here’s the full interview of Jaime with Access Hollywood Live. She talks about ‘Attention Deficit Theater’, about partnering with ColourPop to create an essentials makeup kit and she shares her feelings about Lady Gaga’s Oscars performance and her own past abuse.
During the Kate Spade Fashion Show red carpet at the NYFW Jame made a interview with E! Online and she talks about how grateful is to have Taylor Swift in her life, mentions Mean Girls movie and feminism. Watch the video below.
Jaime King is grateful to have Taylor Swift as a friend.
The 36-year-old Sin City and Hart of Dixie actress is a member of the 26-year-old pop star’s “squad” of besties. King recently expressed support for Swift on Twitter after Kanye West unveiled a song at his Yeezy Season 3 fashion show that appears to diss the singer.
In fact, she is so close to Swift that she made her the godmother of her second child, son Leo, who is about six months old.
King told E! News exclusively Friday the singer is “consistently active” with the baby boy, adding, “she’s the best friend, godmother, human being that a person could ask to be in your orbit and I am very, very grateful for her.”
She made her comments at the Kate Spade New York presentation at The Rainbow Room in New York during New York Fashion Week.
In addition to King, other members of Swift’s squad include Gigi Hadid, 20, Hailee Steinfeld, 19, and Karlie Kloss, 23, all of whom starred in her “Bad Blood” music video last year. Many people view the group as an elite clique—and many of them wish they could join it.
“I don’t really believe in the word ‘squad’ as something that’s, like, inclusive, this idea that…’You can’t sit with us’ type of thing,” King told E! News, quoting the movie Mean Girls. “The idea of a squad is really the idea of friendship and the idea that everybody’s welcome, the idea that women should be supporting other women and that’s something that’s really important…everyone knows I’m quite the feminist and I really believe that.”
“I think that women, unfortunately, can be the greatest perpetrators on each other,” she said, adding that they “shame each other more than men do.”
“That’s something that I’d like to see changed in the world,” King said.
Jaime King(born April 23, 1979) is an American actress and model. In her modeling career and early film roles, she used the names Jamie King and James King.
A successful model, King was discovered at age 14 in 1993 and appeared in Vogue, Mademoiselle and Harper's Bazaar, among other fashion magazines. From 1998, she moved into acting, taking small film roles. She has since appeared as a lead in other films, such as Sin City (2005) and My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009) and, from 2011 to 2015, starred in the television series Hart of Dixie.
“The Lion’s Heart” - Jaime King X Gardner and the Gang Clothing Line for children and adults
Status: On sale now
Jaime and her friend Kristin worked for a year on this- creating a collection that is gender-fluid, with message the importance of every child's self worth, happiness and the joy of that love being shared with all. The line is organic.
#Alchemy - Jaime King X ColourPop Makeup line
Status: Out now.
Jaime’s new make-up line called #Alchemy – in collaboration with ColourPop – is now on sale! "I wanted everyone to have something that would literally transform your shadows into MAGIC; a whole different spectrum! With Alchemy, I wanted to create my dream collection that never existed before," Jaime said in a press release. "A perfectly edited collection of lipsticks, liners, shadows, blush, contour and highlighters that would be literally the only collection a person would need. It was vitally important that each color looked amazing on every race and color of skin. My mantra was that if it didn't look and make every person feel beautiful, it wasn't Alchemy." - Jaime King
Jaime King for Sapling Child Clothing Line for babies
Status: Out now
Inspired by the Japanese art of storytelling through printmaking, I wanted to tell a story reflecting my childhood dreams while gazing at the endless skies of Nebraska, and of my son, James Knights’ childhood basking in the Californian sun and looking upon the same stars that I adored as a child.
Barely Lethal as Analyst Knight
Status: On DVD now
A teenage special ops agent coveting a "normal" adolescence fakes her own death and enrolls in a suburban high school. She quickly learns that surviving the treacherous waters of high school is more challenging than international espionage.