'My a** is definitely higher' says Cameron Diaz as she reveals she's hotter now than she was at 20
20:25 GMT, 10 May 2012
It's well known that life supposedly starts at the age of 40, and someone who can't wait to get to that milestone age is Cameron Diaz.
The Something About Mary actress is set to turn the big 4-0 this August and she has already started to notice the perks of ageing gracefully.
Diaz has revealed that she thinks her derriere is in far better shape than it was when she was in her twenties.
Soon to be 40: Cameron Diaz has no worries about getting older
Speaking to Access Hollywood the blue-eyed actress admitted, 'My a** is definitely higher than it was when I was 20.'
She continued, 'This is the thing that people don’t understand — take care of your
body [and it will] get better! It gets better as I get older.'
Managing to stay clear of a midlife crisis, she quipped, 'Look, the alternative to getting older is dead, so … I feel very fortunate to have a very full, loving, blessed life, so, I’m living it to the fullest.'
Bringing sexy back: Cameron wows at the Met Ball in a gold Stella McCartney gown
Then and now: Cameron Diaz admits that she is ageing well and says she loves 'getting older'
On Monday evening the blonde haired actress dazzled at Met Gala, where
she looked every inch the Hollywood glamour girl with a floor length
gold glittering gown and chic-up do.
However, yesterday 39-year-old star suffered a little from the lights and heat at the screening of her new movie What to Expecting
When You're Expecting in New York where she wore a white shirt and black trousers.
A visible sweat patch appeared on the sleeves of the star's sheer white blouse as she posed for photographs on the red carpet.
However, Cameron, who teamed her outfit with minimal make-up, elegantly styled blonde hair and nude heels, seemed to be having a good time despite the heat as she poised with the cast and chatted to Chris Rock.
Bet you we're not expecting that: The 39-year-old shows off some unpleasant sweat marks