5, 2015—a Monday—at Diaz's (or by then, ) Beverly Hills home. You just know when you know.' Like, 'you're my husband.'"And just like that, any demons from the past frittered away."You know, nothing matters now that I have my husband," Diaz said. You realize like, 'Oh, this is like the real thing... For her part, Diaz has a hate-tolerate relationship with social media, which she first ditched in 2014 and later called "a crazy-ass experiment on society.""The way people use it to get validation from a bunch of strangers is dangerous," she told in 2015. "She got a bit into Instagram, but she hasn't posted since Nov.
The groom's twin brother, Joel Madden, and wife Nicole Richie(who had invited Benji to a dinner party they were throwing with Diaz, setting the whole thing in motion) were among the guests, as were Lionel Richie, Drew Barrymore, Gwyneth Paltrow, Leslie Mann (who had just made , she admitted to Andy Cohenthat falling in love and tying the knot so quickly had taken her by surprise as well."It was one of those things where everyone tells you, 'You just know when you know,'" she said on Sirius-XM's Radio Andy. "Like, I don't even remember any of that." (As in previous relationships with the likes of Justin Timberlake, Jared Letoand Alex Rodriguez.) "All of that is like, that's the thing, that's how I know he's my husband... 8, 2016, a selfie in which she's proudly sporting her "I voted" sticker.
(Meanwhile, considering Stone won the Best Actress Oscar in 2017 and most critics have agreed they should just movies, that's also a pop culture conundrum.)But whether Diaz thought much about unfairness in the moment or not, she experienced all of the craziness—the ageism, the relentless paparazzi, the rumors about her love life, the male gaze, impertinent questions about marriage and family—while she was focused on making movies, regardless.
She was also fully acquainted with having her words become fodder for the outrage cycle, which was bad enough even before Twitter took that game of whack-a-mole to new lows., "I think every woman does want to be objectified.
She has a pretty great life, I don't know what it would take to bring her back.
She's happy," Blair (who next up will be on the Paramount Network's stepped away from the acting grind.
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I know what I feel comfortable doing and I know my sexuality."Well how she?!
), actually dropped clues in some of her later interviews as she promoted her books and new approaches to wellness and living the good life, that she may have just been over the game.
A game which, in the past four years, hasn't really changed—though, like Diaz's trajectory, it's finally, starting to turn."Our viewpoint, and I think society's view and take on aging, is really what perpetuated this, what propelled me to write the book, because I am in that position where people ask me...it's amazing what people ask me," Diaz said, laughing, in an interview with the .
As Blair insinuated by saying Diaz's life was "pretty great" already, it's not as if she needs the money.
But after being one of Hollywood's top stars, where did Cameron go and why?