Cameron Diaz is bizarre in Bazaar

Terry RichardsonTerry RichardsonCameron Diaz is a bit different than your average Hollywood starlet. The 37-year-old has girl-next-door appeal in romantic comedies, but is tough enough to carry an action flick. She's had great success acting for the Farrelly brothers, Martin Scorsese, and voicing a green ogre princess. She's gorgeous, but goofy. Hangs with the guys, but attracts them just the same. Talks about men and sex, but isn't labeled as slutty. She speaks whatever is on her mind (even that she'll travel across the country if there's a penis waiting), yet she remains one of Hollywood's top earning actresses.

We're not sure if these contradictory qualities make her endearing or annoying, but her candid interviews are definitely entertaining. Here are some, um, "juicy" tidbits from her latest interview with Harper's Bazaar.

On her body: "Most booties that propel girls are usually the bigger booties. I have a little tiny one, but it is, nonetheless, juicy...Themore I work on my body at this age, the better it gets...I feel so much more attractive now. A thousand percent. I'm appreciating my skin and my wrinkles and all those things."

Terry RichardsonTerry RichardsonOn guys: "I've always loved men and boys," she says with a grin. "I don't get hung up on what boys do. I don't have a nagging nature. I feel like I can be a woman but also relate to a man. . . Who doesn't like the bad boy, until you grow up and realize bad boys are not the way to go? I'm done with that."

On her current relationship: "I grew up with the Dodgers, but now I'm a Yankees fan." Hello, A-Rod!

On working with her ex, Justin Timberlake, in the upcoming comedy "Bad Teacher" : "Justin and I have laughed together for years. He is the funniest guy; you've seen the stuff he does on SNL."

On agin
g: "The only way to stop it is if you die. But that's not a great alternative." She considers Helen Mirren a role model. "That woman is drop-dead sexy. She's not trying to turn back the hands of time, she is just taking care of herself."

For more, pick up the August issue of Harper's Bazaar or click here.

What's your take on Cameron Diaz? Do you think she seems down to earth, or do you feel she talks too much?