Cameron Diaz went completely nude for the first time ever at the age of 41. And she stunned everyone on the cover of Esquire magazine's August issue.
After 20 years, 32 movies and $3 billion at the box office, Cameron has stripped down for the first time in her new film Sex Tape. She has done a completely naked scene with a fellow actor in her upcoming comedy movie. She worked opposite Jason Segel in the movie.
Jason Segel played the role of Jay while Cameron Diaz played the role of his wife Annie. After marriage, Annie records a sex tape with her husband Jay "in an effort to spice things up."
Cameron Diaz is also appearing on the cover of the August issue of Esquire magazine. She will wear really short dresses and look very sexy in the magazine's photo shoot.
And this "everything" is also visible in her sexiest photo shoot with Esquire. She stuns on the cover in a black one-shouldered bathing suit. She also wore a pair of six-inch high golden heals while her sexy legs are fully exposed.
Diaz also exposed her white underwear and white bra in a fully wet white collared shirt. Diaz's photo shoot can be seen in the August issue of Esquire that will be on newsstands on July 8th.
And Cameron Diaz not only exposed her body, but also unveiled her hidden talent. She is an incredible whistler. "And it's not just any whistle—it's the two-fingers-in-the-corners-of-your-mouth, loud-as-f---ing-hell whistle you always wished you could do."
Cameron Diaz has also shared her thoughts about her age. "I like being 41. I love it. So much s--t just falls away. Fear, mostly. It’s the best age," Diaz said.
"That’s when a woman knows how to work things, or she doesn’t care about that anymore. You just stop being afraid. You don’t worry about what men think. You just don’t worry that time registers anything awful."
She also talked about her personal life. She explained why she has not yet gotten married. She has not started a family although she is in her 40s.
She went on to touch on her personal life, explaining why she has hit her 40s without starting a family. "It’s so much more work to have children," Diaz said.
"To have lives besides your own that you are responsible for -- I didn’t take that on. That did make things easier for me. A baby -- that’s all day, every day for eighteen years."
"Not having a baby might really make things easier, but that doesn’t make it an easy decision," the blond actress explained.
"I like protecting people, but I was never drawn to being a mother. I have it much easier than any of them. That’s just what it is. Doesn’t mean life isn’t sometimes hard. I’m just what I am. I work on what I am. Right now, I think, things are good for me. I’ve done a lot. And I don’t care anymore."