Cameron Diaz says singing was in Annie was worst moment of her career

Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz

Hollywood superstar Cameron Diaz has described singing in new movie 'Annie' as "the most terrifying thing I've done in a movie".

Cameron Diaz feels more comfortable taking her clothes off on camera than singing.

The 42-year-old actress sings in new movie musical 'Annie' - which also stars Oscar winner Jamie Foxx, 46 - and she admits singing on set fills her with dread.

Cameron revealed: "It was the most terrifying thing I've done in a movie."

Cameron compared her singing trauma to taking her clothes off in the comedy sitcom 'Sex Tape', in which she appeared alongside Jason Segel.

A scene in the film sees Cameron wearing a pair of roller skates trying to have sex with her husband.

She added: "I am comfortable just being who I am."

By contrast, Cameron's 'Sex Tape' co-star Jason recently revealed that his mother hated his nude scene in 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'.

Jason, 34, played Peter Bretter in the 2008 rom-com and explained that has his mother failed to laugh when she first watched the scene where Jason gets naked in front of co-star Kristen Bell.

He told the Guardian newspaper: "Poor mum, I really misjudged that. I thought we had this connection. I thought she would find the surprise of it funny. But she really did not."


  • 3 stars
  • 2014
  • US
  • 118 min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Will Gluck
  • Cast: Jamie Foxx, QuvenzhanĂ© Wallis, Rose Byrne
  • UK release: 26 December 2014

Annie (Wallis) leads a group of multi-racial foster kids in Harlem; when grumpy magnate Will Stacks (Foxx) saves her from being run over, he's persuaded to become her guardian. Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild) has real screen presence, but it's largely forgettable.


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