Writing this with my feet while my eyes are closed so whatever this is doesn’t haunt my dreams, Cameron Diaz covers Interview Russia March 2013. There’s a second cover below of Cameron Diaz’s slow cousin who turned up to this shoot.
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There are things left to GOOP after Gwyneth Paltrow cleaned out your colon for $425. And after she put a price on your special alone time, last Valentine’s Day, when she started selling Kama Sutra Weekend Kits. And she’s basically applying the tips from her own newsletter to friend Cameron Diaz’s personal life because Cameron Diaz is allowing it. According to a source, Paltrow has c**k-blocked Diaz until Diaz gets her s**t together: ’Gwyneth’s sorted out everything from finances to hooking her up with her trainer. She has also forced her to swear off sex for a year… saying men distract her focus. Gwyneth is a nurturer [and] Cameron is bummed about being single, so Gwyneth sees her as a project. She’s trying to set her up with guys!’
I was on Cameron Diaz’s side in this interview explaining why she’s not a fan of wearing outdoor clothes indoors or any clothes at all for that matter because pants and shirts are for people who don’t believe in themselves and I believe in myself. I BELIEVE. I believe I’ll probably never have to wear pants again in my whole adult life because I make great life choices like diluting my Go Juice and pushing back lights out time to watch my stories. And I thought Cameron Diaz understood but she really doesn’t because she’s naked for the thrill of the male gaze and thinks all women want the same thing. No. Talking about nude scenes and photo shoots, coming from a career in soft porn most people seem to have forgotten about, she opines: ‘I’m not some young girl with the photographer going, ‘Will you take your clothes off?’ I’m like [mimes stripping], ‘How does this look?’ They’re like, ‘Today we’re not going to put anything other than bras and heels on you,’ and I’m like, ‘These heels are not high enough.’ I’m a woman, I know how to handle myself. I know what I feel comfortable doing and I know my sexuality… I think every woman does want to be objectified. There’s a little part of you at all times that hopes to be somewhat objectified and I think its healthy.’
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Cameron Diaz was trapped in Terry Richardson’s overly-bright basement and not allowed to leave until she’d tried on the 80s outfits laid out on the stained mattress then posed as though she was letting out a fart. Diaz covers Esquire UK Magazine November 2012 for whom she’s asked the same idiotic questions about ageing, getting married, and having babies, because of course she’s being made to answer for her choice to do neither of the latter two things to which I wish she’d just respond ‘Who me? I wasn’t aware I was obliged to do either?’
I literally couldn’t think of a combination of words to use as a title that weren’t nonsensical, so I just ran with it. And it’s true that Cameron Diaz has been investing in her butt for 19-years knowing there’d be a payout somewhere approaching her 40th birthday. Diaz gives a new interview with Access Hollywood promoting her new movie. Diaz is asked about ageing, about which she seems pretty excited: ‘I love getting older, I think it’s such a blessing. Look, the alternative to getting older is [being] dead, so… I feel very fortunate to have a very full, loving, blessed life, so, I’m living it to the fullest. As I get older, I become happier; because I’m wiser, I know myself better [and] I connect to people better. I think that in our society we don’t honor older generations enough because we think of it as being bad because the appearance changes. I say, embrace it. I love getting older, I love everything that comes with it; I’m better in every way because of it.’ Except PHOOEY because she’s been waiting to unleash butt 2.0 all this time: ‘My ass is definitely higher than it was when I was 20. This is the thing that people don’t understand: take care of your body [and it will] get better! It gets better as I get older. Absolutely.’ Photo from the MET.
Jennifer Lopez’s 1.0 face, Cameron Diaz’s 2.0 face, and the remaining cast of What To Expect When You’re Expecting cover Redbook. Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick and Elizabeth Banks also wear coordinating insipid colours for the Ruven Afanador shoot. With this being a baby movie, the cast is asked about baby-making. And Diaz is asked, and not for the first time, about arbitrarily pushing a baby thing out to placate the womb police. Asked ‘WHY WON’T YOU BREEEEED!?’ She replies: ‘It’s not what I’ve wanted out of my life thus far… There’s a box people put themselves in, and when you [live] outside of it, that makes them uncomfortable; they have to look at themselves and question their own choices.’ Pretty much my reply if/ when the womb police pull me over to check my papers.