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Cameron Diaz: I've accepted myself

Published 04/08/2014

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz is happy to show off her perfectly proportionate butt crack in Sex Tape.

The actress stars alongside Jason Segel in raunchy comedy Sex Tape, about a couple who accidentally share an intimate movie they make.

It means Cameron, 41, spends a lot of time nude on screen. But the star is happy to show what she's been blessed with.

"If I hadn't made peace with my body by now, I would have a problem," she mused to German magazine TV Movie.

"We are all getting older."

Cameron and Jason play Jay and Annie, who frantically try to stop their sex tape from spreading after it's accidentally shared.

The nudity was no big deal for the athletic blonde.

"I feel OK when I'm naked!" she laughed. "And in this film, I'm naked quite a lot!"

There might even be something new for fans to learn about the star.

"This time, everyone will find out what my butt crack looks like," she grinned. "It's kind of short - in proportion to my butt I guess. I'm happy with it."

The biggest trend in Hollywood right now is taking selfies. With stars such as Kim Kardashian even embracing the "belfie" - a butt selfie - it's a surprise Cameron isn't bombarding fans with images of herself. But it could be down to her self-confessed lack of technological knowledge.

"I hate technology and it hates me," she grimaced. "I always end up sitting there like a gorilla, shaking the gadget and grunting and nothing works."

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