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Blonde bombshell Cameron Diaz is currently basking in the limelight thanks to her starring role in Nick Cassavetes' romantic comedy "The Other Woman," a so-far box office success that opened last Friday. Though this film has been eviscerated by critics for its woozy sexual politics, clearly audiences are happy to see Diaz again. (We'll see how the second weekends holds.) So with a potential hit on her hands, what's her next best move? Signature line: "I don't need a blackboard or a classroom to set an example." -"Bad Teacher"Career peaks. Diaz, 41, has been kicking around in mainstream comedies and dramas, and even indies, for two decades after cutting her teeth in the 1994 comic fantasy "The Mask" opposite Jim Carrey. Her true breakout, the Farrelly Brothers' raunch-fest "There's Something About Mary," followed in 1998. But she's delivered plenty of roles to remember. All frazzled hair and frittered nerves, Diaz »
- Ryan Lattanzio
Front, back, and side to side — check out these gorgeous Golden Globe hairstyles! The girls came out to play at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan 12. See our top ten best hairstyles below and Vote on your fave!
With all the amazing hairstyles at the 2014 Golden Globes, it was difficult to narrow it down but we are showing you our 10 most amazing! From ages 23 to 44 — we have cut out the rest to focus on the best! It turns out, the way to up the hair ante is none other than…a gorgeous updo! Beverly Hills was bumping with buns and faux-bobs on Jan. 12. Tells us what you think of these chic celebs!
Best Golden Globe Hairstyles — The Bun Babes
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