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‘You See Everything.’ A Closer Look At Cameron Diaz’s Very First Nude Scene

Cameron Diaz’s “Sex Tape” hits theaters Friday, and the world will finally get what it’s been waiting on since her film debut in 1994: nudity.

She turns 42 in August. Diaz confirmed with Esquire (on whose August 2014 cover she got nearly naked) that this is her first time taking it all of on camera.

“I mean, you see everything.”

(Photo: Esquire)

(Photo: Esquire)

“The whole movie is lovemaking between the characters.”

Diaz admitted to People that there had to be a lot of trust between her and co-star Jason Segel because, um, they were shooting scenes together while they were both stark naked.

Diaz dons roller skates in the trailer for "Sex Tape." (Photo: YouTube)

Diaz dons roller skates in the trailer for “Sex Tape.” (Photo: YouTube)

“Our day was, ‘My ass is going to be in your face and your package is going to be in my face!’”

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

We doubt Segel complained about the view.

But Diaz had a hard time believing that making “Sex Tape” was actually work.

“I would stop in the middle of a scene and go, ‘Everybody hold on! Do you realize we’re getting paid to do this?’”

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

Diaz may have waited until she was 41 to take the plunge into nudity on camera, but she came dangerously close. A lot.

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

We’re talking REALLY close.

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr)

(Photo: Flickr/GQ Magazine)

Diaz was a guest on “Chelsea Lately” Thursday night, and dished about her best asset.

“If you’re seeing pictures of me, you’ve either seen the top of my butt, or the bottom of my butt. Now you get to see the top of my butt, and the bottom of my butt together. You see how it connects.”

“Sex Tape” premieres Friday, but the film’s already gotten lackluster reviews. Reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, while few, are negative.

“Yes, there are some laughs, but they’re not as big or as frequent as one might expect from a would-be ‘major’ comedy,” Reel Reviews posted.

Rotten Tomatoes calls Tom Long a “top critic,” and he said, “Sex is treated first as brainless imperative, then as acrobatic duty, then as desperate consequence – it’s never sexy in any way.”

Did they somehow miss Cameron Diaz being naked?