The on-screen character showed up on Good Morning America with her The Other Woman co-stars Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, and she was fast to put those announcements to rest
Cameron Diaz stunned the world when she said she didn’t have confidence in monogamy, and asserted having ‘bunches of sweethearts’ was superior to simply the one.
In any case now The Other Woman on-screen character has denied she ever said it, and says she was talking as her character from the film – not as herself.
Showing up on Good Morning America with co-stars Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, the blonde stunner said: “My character says she doesn’t have faith in monogamy and afterward by one means or another writers were similar to, ‘In this way, you don’t trust in monogamy’.”
“I’m similar to, ‘That is my character. My character said that. That is not me. You know I’m acting right?'”
The 41-year-old went on: “Monogamy is an extremely, I think, critical some piece of connections meeting expectations, totally.”
It comes after the star guaranteed in a meeting about her new film that it was very nearly outlandish for couples to stay wedded forever.
The blonde darlings all appears to have co-ordinated their outfits consummately, with Cam flaunting her toned figure in skintight white pants and a fancy white top to match.
Kate paraded those executioner boobs in a plunging white coat and similarly tight dark tights, and Leslie picked a really white dress providing for all of us trust for summer soon.
Discussing the film, Cameron said: “This is something like three ladies who are united by this peculiar situation of all being with the same man. Also as opposed to abhorring each other and wounding each one in turn in the back they put the onus on the man, on the grounds that he was the liar and the con artist.”
Kate included: “They help each one in turn. I know I couldn’t overcome difficult times in my existence without my lady friends and that is the thing that these ladies did.”
New to the universe of film, Sports Illustrated star Kate thanked her co-stars for supporting her all around.
She said: “This is my first motion picture part and these two backed me consistently.”