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Cameron Diaz Honored with Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 06/23/2009 - 09:00

Cameron Diaz has cemented her place in Hollywood history with a star on the Walk of Fame. She can now look forward to being stepped on for many years to come. Celebrities and friends, including Tom Cruise, Katie Holms and Lucy Liu, joined hundreds of fans in support of Diaz’s big moment. "It is what powers the light that burns inside of me, bright enough for me to be honored today with this star on the Walk of Fame," Diaz said.


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Cameron Diaz: The Next Octo-Mom?
By Diana Buendia | 06/15/2009 - 16:00

Cameron Diaz graces the July cover of UK’s Cosmopolitan to drum up publicity for the June 26 premiere of her new tear jerker, My Sister’s Keeper and in the interview reveals the transformative effect that the last year has had on her, admitting that "she’s a completely different person 100 percent." Diaz’s whirlwind of a year was most notably marked by the unexpected passing of her father from pneumonia last April.


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Cameron Diaz on Playing the Mother of a Sick Child in “My Sister’s Keeper”
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 05/06/2009 - 14:30

In her upcoming movie My Sister’s Keeper, Cameron Diaz plays the tough mother of two teenage girls—the oldest is battling cancer (Sofia Vassilieva of NBC’s Medium), and the youngest (Abigail Breslin of Little Miss Sunshine) was genetically engineered to save her sister’s life. Diaz can be seen shaving her head in the film’s trailer (watch it here), but the actress told the L.A.


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Cameron Diaz Shaves Her Head for New Role
By Yuliana Gomez | 04/17/2009 - 10:10

Well, not really. Unlike the daring Demi Moore (for GI Jane) and Natalie Portman (for V for Vendetta), Cam wore a bald cap in her upcoming movie My Sister’s Keeper. In the new film, the Cuban American actress plays mom to two teenage daughters, one of who is genetically engineered (Abigail Breslin of Little Miss Sunshine fame) to save the life of her cancer-battling older sister (Sofia Vassilieva of NBC hit show Medium).


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