Cameron Diaz has been making the most of her trip to London, negotiating for a role in The Green Hornet, seeing some sights…and spending quality time with both Leonardo DiCaprio and Jude Law. On behalf of those who have fantasized on more than one occasion about being naked with both of them, Miss Diaz, we salute you.
Cameron recently ended a year-long relationship with model Paul Sculfor (who previously dated Jennifer Aniston, if you're getting your whiteboard ready for stirring round of Celebrity Shagging Flowcharts), and after flying in on Saturday spent some quality time with Leonardo DiCaprio, also recently single after breaking up with his girlfriend of two years, Bar Refaeli (who used to date surfer Kelly Slater, who used to date Cameron! Success), at the London club Maddox (which is the name of Aniston's "rival" Angelina Jolie's oldest son…okay, that's a stretch).
A bystander says the two, who costarred in 2002's Gangs of New York, "were laughing a lot and very touchy-feely and they ignored everyone else. They seemed very close and comfortable with each other’s company. Leo was pouring her glasses of champagne."
They, along with other friends, left the club around 3 a.m. for Leo's rented apartment. The next night Cameron was out on the town again, but without Leo, who stayed in to study his lines for the Christopher Nolan film Inception, according to the Mirror. Cameron went out to a nightclub called Boujis, where she ran into Jude, her costar in 2006's The Holiday. Discuss dating two guys at once
"They were having a whale of a time dancing," another clubgoer told the Daily Mail. Jude and Cameron had drinks in the club's VIP area but left separately, she with friends and he with a young lady. And that, friends, is what Cameron Diaz does on weekends. Your correspondent will add "hangs out with DiCaprio and Law on consecutive nights" to the list of Reasons To Be Jealous Of Cameron Diaz, right above "wore that awesome red dress in The Mask" and under "has own kung-fu–kicking action figure."
Via Celebitchy. Photo courtesy of Bauer-Griffin.