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Add Cameron Diaz to the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Cameron Diaz poses during a ceremony honoring her with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
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"It will be cool to be under people's feet," Cameron Diaz joked today about her star. "It really is the place where people can understand exactly that actors are not really stars - they exist on the ground just like everybody else."

The native Californian first appeared on the Hollywood screen in a debut role in The Mask with Jim Carrey. Her next movie, My Sister's Keeper, will premiere this week.

The star is the 2386th on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame and can be found in front of the Egyptian Theater.