So there you have it. Diaz hasn't retired from acting, and Blair has retired from speaking on Diaz's behalf.
Well, we've been without it since 2014 when she last starred in a film, but are just now being made aware of it. News. "I felt the need to make myself whole".
It's been more than three years since Cameron Diaz appeared on the big screen, and it might be much more than just a break. I would have liked to do a sequel but Cameron's retired from acting.
The actress last appeared as Miss Hannigan in the rebooted version of Annie almost four years ago.
So how about that sequel now?
And Selma can understand why Cameron would be happy to walk away from Hollywood, having been in the spotlight since her breakthrough appearance in "The Mask", when she was just 21. As for Blair, soon after her interview hit, she took to social media to clarify her comments.
In 2013, Diaz released a bestselling book, The Body Book, and in 2016 her follow-up The Longevity Book: The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time. She also voiced Princess Fiona in all four films of Dreamworks' hugely successful Shrek franchise.
The 45-year-old hasn't herself said she's done with acting, but her pal Selma Blair (who she co-star in The Sweetest Thing with) pretty much spilled the beans.
Diaz married Good Charlotte guitarist Benji Madden in January 2015.
When pressed further, Blair added, "I mean, she doesn't need to make any more films". Earlier today, she tweeted that she had, in fact, been joking, and that Diaz was not going anywhere. She recalled how the constant travel and life on film sets affected her.
An insider told Us Weekly, "She would love more than anything to be a mum".