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Cameron Diaz blamed for bad smell at Oscars viewing party

Published 07/04/2016

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz

Andy Cohen blamed Jimmy Fallon's dog's stench on Cameron Diaz.

U.S. talk show host Andy Cohen thought Cameron Diaz had soiled herself at an Oscars viewing party in February (16).

Andy and Cameron were invited to chat show host Jimmy Fallon's home for an intimate Oscars viewing party, and the group had turned the lights off and were ready to play the ceremony when Cameron noticed a bad smell in the room.

The trio eventually discovered Jimmy's dog had pooped behind the couch, and that Andy had unwittingly stepped in it. It was only recently that Cameron found out Andy originally thought she was the source of the odour.

"I ran into Andy on the street the other night... He goes, 'remember when I thought you s**t... you pooped, your pants?!'" she said, accidentally swearing, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. "He totally blamed it on me!

"I think anybody in this room would not assume I c**pped my pants sitting on your coach at an Oscar party... Of course I would not c**p my pants!" before putting on a silly voice and joking, "Why get up? I'll just do it here!"

"He did not even mention the fact that he actually stepped in the poop and that's why it was so close to him the entire time," Cameron added. "I remember he got off the couch from next to me and and went and sat on a chair across (the room)."

During her appearance on Wednesday night's (06Apr16) show Cameron and Jimmy played the drinking game Drinko, where they drop counters down a board to select ingredients for an alcoholic cocktail.

Cameron downed a glass of kale smoothie mixed with salsa verde, while Jimmy almost vomited after drinking prune juice with salsa verde.

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