Cameron Diaz On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Show: ‘I Love Porn!’ [Video]

Cameron Diaz visited ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Thursday night to promote her upcoming movie ‘Bad Teacher,’ in which she smokes pot, gets lathered up at a car wash in Daisy Dukes and chases her real-life ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake.

Cameron Diaz visited ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Thursday night to promote her upcoming movie ‘Bad Teacher,’ in which she smokes pot, gets lathered up at a car wash in Daisy Dukes and chases her real-life ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake. But it was her love of adult movies that kept Kimmel’s attention.

“I love porn!” she exclaimed. Cameron certainly seemed knowledgeable on the topic, as she commented on the hotel industry’s discretion used when guests order pornography. “You know what I love about hotels? How discreet they are,” she said. “They always give you that little thing at the bottom: ‘Your room will be charged the same as any other room, no titles will be used.'”

For her appearance on the show, Diaz was dressed like she was going to be a part of a circus. Her black trousers, braces and white vest top – which showed her black bra underneath – looked more suited to an acrobat than a movie star.

The movie star also showed off her very toned arm muscles, which have drawn comparisons with Madonna’s sculpted physique in recent weeks. The trailer for her latest movie shows her pictured smoking marijuana in a scene from the film in which she plays a raunchy educator looking for a man to take care of her.

Diaz also pairs up with her former boyfriend Justin Timberlake who plays another member of staff in the film due to be released in June this year. Check the trailer to the movie here. [via Huffington Post]

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