The newlywed glow certainly hasn't worn off for Jessica Biel.
The "Hitchcock" beauty, who married longtime beau Justin Timberlake in October, says being a wife has been an amazing experience so far.
"It's weird because it's feels like almost nothing has changed. But yet something that you really can't describe, or something that isn't really tangible has changed," The actress, 30, told Ellen DeGeneres in an interview that will air on Monday's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." "It just feels incredible. It feels like you have this partner who's going to be with you and also change light bulbs. And you know, do dishes with you."
Adding, "The weirdest and kind of most wonderful thing is that word -- that's my 'Husband.'"
Jessica said she hasn't quite gotten used to referring to JT as her "husband," and frequently drifts into a southern drawl whenever she uses the new title.
"Every time I say it, I go really southern with it [like], 'That's my husband -- that's him over there,'" she said, in a southern accent. "I change the way I touch my hair and I go completely like I'm from the south or something... it's weird."
Jessica will soon be seen on the big screen in two films, both opening next Friday: "Playing for Keeps," with Gerard Butler, and "Hitchcock," alongside Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and Scarlett Johansson.
-- Erin O'Sullivan
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