As the title implies, I’m to tell you about two TV alerts. Not one, but two!
First off, Cameron will be guesting Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tonight! Jimmy recently took over the show after Conan O’Brien, and is starting off the week with a few famous friends – Cameron being one of them. Don’t miss the show tonight at 12:35/11:35c on NBC. But if you do miss it, check back to Cameron Diaz Fan for coverage!
The second show Cameron is set to guest is Sesame Street. I don’t know when the show will air, but thanks to the Mr. Chris blog we know of it and can keep our eyes open for the “whens” and “wheres”! You can also see a picture from the set to the left, again thanks to the aforementioned blog.
… and the restoration of the gallery continues! I have added all the pictures that was missing from last year’s events. These include albums such as the Wal-Mart Sustainability Summit, the 2008 CNN Heroes gala as well as the “Shrek The Musical” Broadway Opening Night and its after party. Check them out, and stay tuned for lots of more photos in the coming days!
I’ve now begun to re-upload everything to the gallery, starting with the Movies section. Over 4000 production stills/promotional photoshoots/on-set images/DVD screencaptures have been added! Most of them were in the gallery before the crash, but many are brand-new! Click on the previews below to check them out right away.
I know, I know. Y’all are probably wondering what’s been going on with Cameron Diaz Fan lately. And if you don’t, well I’m gonna tell you anyway.
So, here’s the deal; My (former) host experienced some serious server troubles which made lots of their hosted sites crash. I was, evidently, affected. Because of this, I lost all the updates I’ve made on this site since early October, last year. But don’t sweat it – I will start to re-upload everything to the gallery and have everything up-to-date on the main site as well, as soon as I humanly can! I have to give props to my new host Flaunt.nu for their fast and reliable hosting. Thank you!
Stick around to watch the site grow to be the biggest site on Cameron Diaz – again!
Just a quick heads up that Cameron, along with some of the most famous and most beautiful women in Hollywood of past and present time, is featured in The Allure of Beauty: Women in Hollywood. The “coffee table book” is created by jeweler Roberto Coin and Elle magazine. Thanks to CD Fan for letting me know.
Also, Elle will continue it’s homage to Hollywood’s women in the November issue (Nicole Kidman on the cover) with more photos of actresses, taken by Elle’s creative director, Gilles Bensimon.
Cameron Diaz used a special screening of There’s Something About Mary to pay homage to her late father, who made a cameo in the flick.
The actress cheerfully remembered her father Emilio at the Los Angeles premiere, who passed away in April as he succumbed to pneumonia.
The Vanilla Sky actress applauded her dads high-spirited performance in the 1998 flick.
“My daddy’s in this movie for two seconds. My father just passed away recently. He’s the dude when Ben Stiller is leaving the jail and all the guys run afterwards. My dad has the long black-silver hair… who’s hamming it up in the front,” Contactmusic quoted Diaz, as telling the audience at the Arclight Cinema.
Diaz then stated the flick has captured the memory of her father. “That’s my dad, so would you all just say hi to him, because it’s one of the few moments that we have of him immortalised on film, she added.
Source: Contact Music
Yesterday, after being away from the public eye for some time (except for the occasional paparazzi-photos circulating on the web), Cameron Diaz attended a new event! She attended the AFI Night at the Movies, hosted by Target. Other actors in attendance were big names such as Dustin Hoffman, Denzel Washington, Jim Carrey, Jodie Foster, Keanu Reeves, Mike Myers, Sean Connery and Shirley Maclaine. Cameron looked gorgeous in a white check shirt, skinny jeans and a pair of red heels. I’ve added 156 photos from the event.
New photo album:
• Target presents AFI Night at the Movies