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Cameron Diaz Covers 'Marie Claire' July 2009

Cameron Diaz Covers 'Marie Claire' July 2009

Cameron Diaz looks denim delicious on the July 2009 cover of Marie Claire, on stands June 9th. Here are some interview highlights:

On going green: “The planet needs a publicist. I had this cartoon in my head a couple of years ago when Paris Hilton was going to jail and Britney Spears was falling apart. There’s a woman at a desk talking to planet Earth, and she’s like, ‘I’m going to make you a star!” And it says, ‘But I’m a planet. And she’s like “No, I can tell, you’re going to be bigger than Paris and Britney. When I’m done with you, everyone’s going to know who you are! (laughs).

On making Mother Earth famous: “It’s the planet, you know what I mean? She should be the one – she should be a star. How do we make this little planet of ours a big star? I want everybody to know who she is.”

On finally fixing her nose after breaking it four times: “S— just finds my face – it’s crazy.” (She most recently injured it with a surfboard, and before that with her own knee.)

On more radical forms of surgery likely being out of the question for her: “I’d love a bigger butt, more meat on my bones. I’d love to be more voluptuous. It’s just not my body type.”

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