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Thursday 26 May 2016

Cameron Diaz ‘friendly to fan’

Published 13/05/2013

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz "graciously" spoke to a flirty male fan as she was approached making her way out of a New York City bar.

The Hollywood beauty popped along to the Jade Hotel in New York City on Saturday night with three female pals.

Cameron was seen "relaxing" in the back bar of the Greenwich Village boutique hotel, before being accosted by an overzealous male fan on her way home.

“The bar area was so crowded, but Cameron and her friends sat right in front of the middle of the bar and joked around with the bartender... Most people were dressed up, but she was in a T-shirt and jeans, wearing flats with her hair up," an eyewitness told the New York Post.

“As she was walking out she graciously spoke to a guy who was trying to flirt with her. She hung out in the lobby with him for a bit and then left.”

Cameron Diaz was recently linked to her The Counsellor co-star Michael Fassbender. Earlier this year the pair were in London working on some re-shoots for the movie, when an onlooker spotted them getting cosy over dinner at the city's Soho Hotel.

“They acted very flirty throughout dinner,” one source said, before another onlooker saw the pair heading into a hotel room.

“It looked like they were going to hook up!” the witness exclaimed.

The Hollywood stars were also linked at the end of last year while in the UK capital.

“They spent the night dirty-dancing to a load of old-school R ‘n’ B tunes in a corner of the restaurant, having a great time. They particularly seemed to love boogying away to The Notorious B.I.G.," a source claimed at the time.

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