Cameron Diaz expects to be cheated on.
Well, sort of, because in an interview with OK! Magazine, the 41 year old said everyone will eventually be on the receiving end of somebody cheating on them, and it's hard to avoid.
"Everybody has been cheated on," said Diaz.
"Everyone will be cheated on.....I can't fix that. I don't know how. I don't have any judgement on anybody. I don't know how to fix the problem."
All of Diaz's cheating talk has to do with her new film The Other Woman, where she plays a mistress and eventually meets her boyfriend's wife, played by Leslie Mann. The film is supposed to be released on April 25.
In the film, Diaz and Mann become friends and eventually seek revenge on the cheating husband, which is the main focus of the movie, and it was crucial to Diaz to not only cover the cheating parts but also cover the friendship between the two women.
Plus, she says people shouldn't fixate or worry about getting cheated on, because heartache and betrayal are just parts of life sometimes.
"My statement is that I am actually not interested in making movies about men cheating on women; it's not at all what I'm interested in," said the California native. "We are human beings, we are complicated."
"You cannot go through life without tallying up a few scars, you cannot go through life unscathed, it's just what it is. It's all meant to happen, take your lessons, figure it out, move on."
And although Diaz has been linked to some of the most famous men in Hollywood, she says her girlfriends are most important to her and she takes the bond with them very seriously.
"I exist for all my girlfriends," she says. "I am very, very, very fortunate; my friends are incredible and I am very lucky to have a lot of really solid, good friends--girlfriends and male friends--who I can just rely on."
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