Sideshow: Cameron Diaz: Don't limit yourself in love

Cameron Diaz joked with comedian Hape Kerkeling on a TV show in Offenburg, Germany, last week.
Cameron Diaz joked with comedian Hape Kerkeling on a TV show in Offenburg, Germany, last week. (SEBASTIAN KAHNERT / AP)
Posted: April 13, 2014

Diaz: Monogamy's for the birds

Prospective Cameron Diaz mates may want to pay close attention to the Charlie's Angels angel's chat with InStyle.

"I don't know if anyone is really naturally monogamous," Diaz, 41, tells the mag.

"We all have the same instincts as animals. But we live in a society where it's been ingrained in us to do these things."

Diaz, whose dating portfolio includes Matt Dillon, Jared Leto, Justin Timberlake, and Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez, says people chase after monogamy "because they've been told, 'This equals happiness.' " Instead, we end up with a big bowl of misery. Diaz says she's happy with the hookups that life (and various hot guys) have afforded her.

"I've been through everything, OK?" she says. "I'm grateful for all of it - whether it was something quick and passing or something that lingered too long."

Tidbits 'n' pieces

Kelly Myers, who already is taking care of two kids - comic husband Mike Myers and their son Spike, 2½ - has a third to nurse. This week she gave birth to daughter Sunday Molly. . . . Superstar Miley Cyrus, 21, made a handsome $76.5 million last year, according to Parade's annual salary report. Beyoncé, 32, made $57 mil, while Bruno Mars, 28, had to make do with $38 mil.

She still loves them - really

Family and business don't always mix well. Just ask Selena Gomez. The 21-year-old pop-cult pixie has canned mom Mandy Teefey and stepfather Brian Teefey as her managers, Anonymous Source tells E! News. Her parents have been steering Gomez's showbiz ship since she was a wee Disney tyke.

Louis-Dreyfus' John Hancock

The copy of the Constitution projected on Julia Louis-Dreyfus' bare back on the new Rolling Stone cover is not really inaccurate, the former Seinfeld star insists. Historians have mocked the mag for including John Hancock as one of the signatories. (He wasn't, dude.) "John Hancock not part of tattoo. It is a birthmark.1962 photo is proof. Apologies 2 @RollingStone #crackexcuse," Julia tweets.


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