Cameron Diaz Says Sex Scene with Ex Justin Timberlake Was ‘Least Sexiest Scene Ever Put On Film’ [AUDIO]
Cameron Diaz called into “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” on Wednesday to chat about her new movie “Bad Teacher,” her views on marriage, and what it was like to work with ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake.
Cameron worked with her ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake in “Bad Teacher” and they even had a sex scene together.
“We strived for one thing and one thing only and that was to create the least sexiest sex scene ever put on film,” clarified Cameron. “When you see it, you will see exactly what I’m talking about.”
“I mean my job is to come to work and be as absurd as possible,” she added. “All day long we just try to do whatever we can for a laugh, which clearly we’ll do anything for a laugh.”
In recent articles, it’s been reported that Cameron has strong views on how the institution of marriage is evolving and that she’s completely written off tying the knot with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez.
“No, I didn’t say that,” explained Cameron. “I will say, I never say never to anything. I was just saying that marriage as it stands, the idea that we have, all the traditions that marriage is, that’s dying. That we should re-form and maybe re-think what marriage is and how marriage works,” Cameron clarifies.
Cameron also had this to say about relationships, marriage and its definition.
“Relationships are tough and the longer you’re there the harder they are. I think that marriage just puts a certain strain on it. I think that there is a little something about being partners and not the idea of what our concept of marriage is, I think it throws people off after awhile.”
Cameron continues, “I think we need to define it for ourselves and make it a little bit more sexy and little bit more modern in the ideals of how the world works. Things are different these days. We have all kinds of ways of connecting with one another and it’s just not what it was when we first designed marriage.”
For you eighties fans out there, Cameron’s new movie “Bad Teacher” pays homage to Tawny Kitaen in the car wash scene. You will remember Tawny, known for her provocative appearance in the Whitesnake video where she rolled around on the hood of the car. The scene was also inspired by Warrant‘s “Cherry Pie.”
Cameron says her character in “Bad Teacher,” Elizabeth Hasley was a fun roll to play. “Because she doesn’t apologize for anything, nothing. She’s doesn’t care, she has no conscience and everybody wishes that they could just say what they want and do what they want to do without ever having a conscience about it.”
Listen to the full interview below and go see “Bad Teacher” is in theaters on Friday June 25.