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Minka Kelly Pics, Esquire Interview: Growing Up, Her Mom, and Dating Derek Jeter

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Minka Kelly pics are in hot demand

Minka Kelly pics are making the rounds online as Minka Kelly was named Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive 2010. Minka Kelly’s pics for Esquire are new territory, as the actress shares, “I’ve never done a sexy photo shoot before. I’ve never really honestly tapped into that side. It was really liberating. It was exciting. I would look at the pictures, like, that’s me?”

In the Sexiest Woman Alive issue of Esquire, Minka Kelly’s interview is about growing up, her mom, making it as an actress, and a bit about dating Derek Jeter.

Minka Kelly tells the mag more about her mom, who worked as an exotic dancer and raised Minka by herself when Minka’s father left the family. Kelly’s childhood was not one of monetary riches, but she appreciated the small moments with her mother:

“She – for most of my life, she was a dancer. An exotic dancer. She was a stripper. Um, so she would come home at like three, four o’clock in the morning, and sometimes she would have a really great night, and so she would wake me up in the middle of the night and we’d go to Ralphs and go grocery shopping. And that was so much fun. We’d have the whole grocery store to ourselves, and we would have a blast and buy a hundred dollars in groceries. And it was just the best day ever. The best day.”

Minka Kelly, who rose to fame on the TV series Friday Night Lights, isn’t much for the party scene, saying her “ideal night is dinner at home and a movie, glass of wine.”

As for her boyfriend, Derek Jeter, she only briefly mentions him, noting that her “boyfriend” noticed that she is kind to everyone, and he lives the same way.

You can check out more Minka Kelly pics at Esquire. Do you think she’s the sexiest woman alive? She’s no doubt a beauty and I love her positive outlook… then again, I’m not sure positivity is selling men’s magazines!

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