Continuing her publicity blitz, Cameron Diaz paid a visit to “The Late Show with David Letterman” earlier today (June 20).
Sporting a big smile, the “Sweetest Thing” actress looked lovely as she arrived at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City to promote her new film “Bad Teacher.”
During her interview with “Good Morning America” earlier in the day, Cameron explained that her foul-mouthed character in the flick was quite the experience for her to play.
"It wasn't a character that was originally written for a man and then made for a woman. It was conceived as a woman. And so, it is a lot of fun. I think it is funnier. If it was a guy, it wouldn't be as funny. Guys don't need to get (breast) jobs."
As for the decision to bring ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake to the project, she shared, "We were all like, 'This is the right person for the job.’ Any worry that we had was like what the media was going to turn it into. Because we all know what they can turn it into.”
"So we were very grateful that they didn't, because there was nothing to make of it, other than two people working together, who just happened to have gone out in another time in our lives. So, it wasn't a big deal, and we had a great time. And we did the job."