Poor Cheryl Cole having Cameron Diaz's perfume free pit perched on her shoulder. It must have been a very testing red carpet experience altogether.
In actuality, precious few could get away with not wearing deodorant for two decades, I certainly couldn't, but Cameron Diaz can. Why does Cameron Diaz keep banging on about body related issues at the minute? She's got a book out about bodies. It's called The Body Book. It's about bodies.
Anyway, here's the world of antiperspirants according to Cameron: "I don't believe in antiperspirant. It's really bad for you. I haven't used it for almost 20 years. You're stinky, because you use antiperspirant. It keeps all the stink in."
That could totally be a tagline for some brand out there: "Wear *blank*, it keeps all the stink in!"
It's not just women she reckons could get away with no pit spritzing, men should also consider avoiding deodorant: "Let it go and just trim your armpit hair so it doesn't hold onto the scent." Smelly and scratchy... attractive.
Cameron didn't stop there, she's also aired her views on lady gardening: "I hear that there's a big fad these days of young women undergoing laser hair removal on all of their lady bits. I know you may think you'll be wearing the same style of shoes forever and the same style of jeans forever, but you won't. The idea that vaginas are preferable in a hairless state is a pretty recent phenomenon, and all fads change, people."
She later explained: "I would like to clear up what I said. I don't care what women do with it, but we should be informed about how their bodies work. It [pubic hair] is there for a reason and to laser it off is to lose it forever!" That's probably why people are doing it.
Herself and Katie Price should hook up for a chat about grooming; the latter's felt the urge to announce that she's "completely pruned." Indeed Katie is referring to clipping her nethers. I initially thought she was making reference to her sunbed use and the fact it can lead to resembling a dried plum. Easy mistake to make.