Published On: Thu, Mar 15th, 2018

Selma Blair Confirms, Cameron Diaz Doesn’t Leave Acting

One of the most experienced Hollywood female Actresses, Cameron Diaz is not saying good-bye to acting world, confirmed her spokesperson on Twitter, while she had announced in an interview, about her quit to acting.   


The spokesperson of 45-year-old one of the finest Hollywood actresses made fun saying in an interview that Diaz has decided to leave the world of acting, hence so mnay have taken the news serious as she have not been seen in any film in last five years.

The Hellboy II: The Golden Army star has also clarified via Twitter that she is leaving post of Diaz’s spokesperson; although Diaz will be playing roles in future in Hollywood movies as her fans do want her to leave the acting world.

She attained huge popularity for her voicing of Princess Fiona in the Shrek series (2001–2010), while her acts in films such as Charlie’s Angels (2000) and Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003), The Sweetest Thing (2002), In Her Shoes (2005), The Holiday (2006), What Happens in Vegas (2008), and others, made her profile shining around the world.

She came out as topper among the highest-paid actress in 2008 with $50 million, although Will Smith emerged topper among actors list with $80 million. Diaz just earned leading single category.

Even though Smith worth comes from more than one sources as music and acting, although Hancock and Seven Pounds, and Men in Black 3 played massive role to make his profile more effective all around the world.

However, it seems to be a pre-planned strategy created by her spokesperson that are on way to quit her job for Diaz, as we have seen a number high-end celebrities make like this to enhance their fame or to grab attention of all telling them shocking news.

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