05 June 2009

A-list Hollywood actress Cameron Diaz has been talking about her plastic surgery past and future desires in a new interview with Marie Claire magazine. According to Diaz, she has undergone nose reshaping surgery in the past as she has broken her nose more than four times. The 36-year-old, known for her ultra-slim figure, also expressed a yearning for a shapelier body.She said: "I'd love a bigger butt, more meat on my bones... I'd love to be more voluptuous. It's just not my body type." Diaz first began her career as a model before achieving her acting breakthrough alongside Jim Carrey in 1994's The Mask. Since then, she has gone on to star in several acclaimed films, including Being John Malkovich, Shrek and Gangs of New York. Later this month, she's slated to appear in My Sister's keeper, a film based on the book by Jodi Picoult. In the same interview with Marie Claire, Diaz also talked about how she feels grateful not to have achieved sudden fame, unlike the younger stars of today. She said: "I had the good fortune of becoming famous once I had already lived a life, travelled a lot, stood in line, had to ask people to help me, had to find a way to make something work, pay the rent, scrape by." Diaz's climb to fame is in marked contrast to other stars who found the limelight while still in their teens - for example, Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus (aka Hannah Montana), both of whom have been subject to boob job speculation.