Cameron Diaz looks absolutely stunning in the December issue of Elle UK. The actress has a new movie, ‘Gambit’, coming out soon, and I’m not sure how I feel about it. Colin Firth is her costar – and that’s a bonus – I’m just not a huge fan of Cam’s movies. She doesn’t make the best choices, I’ll just say that.
Anyway, here’s tidbits from the interview via Daily Mail:
Despite her healthy lifestyle, Cameron Diaz admits to having a weakness for British pub snack pork scratchings.
The Hollywood star, who filmed her latest movie Gambit in London last year, revealed she loves the high-energy snack in an interview with ELLE UK magazine.
Taking part in a pub quiz with the December issue of the magazine, the 40-year-old said: ‘Oh, that’s my favourite snack in the whole world! Even with the bristles – I don’t care, I’ll do it! It’s my favourite thing.’
However, when asked what a Lancashire hotpot (lamb or mutton and onion, topped with sliced potatoes) was, Cameron misinterpreted it as a sexual euphemism.
She said: ‘I don’t even want to let you know where my mind went with that. Sexual? No, it was more sophomoric – yes, the toilet! I have a tendency to either one or the other: sexual or scatological … But I’ve tried to become more mature. Is it anything to do with sausages? I’ve had sausages before… in a hotpot.’
However, when quizzed over the name of ales, Cameron thought Bradley Wiggins’ leathery saddle was a real brew.
See Cameron Diaz¿s full photo shoot and interview in the December issue of ELLE on sale 7th November 2012
After she was given the option of finding the fake among Theakston’s Old Peculier, Timothy Taylor’s Landlord, Bradley Wiggins’ Leathery Saddle, Worthington’s White Shield or Brunswick’s Black Sabbath, she replied: ‘That is way too hard! Um, Black Sabbath is a band, so it’s not a beer.’
When informed who Team GB Olympic gold medallist Bradley was, embarrassed Cameron admitted she hadn’t watched cycling this year.
She explained: ‘The leathery saddle sounds so convincing! Alright so I didn’t follow the Tour de France this year. And honestly, names to me – I forget names quicker than they’re actually spoken to me. Literally, it’s like a form of dyslexia.’
Despite her love for pork scratchings, Cameron lives a healthy lifestyle, which she will detail in her upcoming book.
She enthused: ‘It’s not about what I eat or do what I do. It’s really about the information, so that young girls and women can look at it and make their own choices. I’d hate to give them guidelines of what I do.
‘My hope is that I give them all the information so that it doesn’t matter what I or other people do …. I’m excited about my discipline [which revolves around] a protein, a grain and a green… I want to be disciplined. It’s not a limitation to me; it opens up my life to so many opportunities.’