Cameron Diaz Brings Back THAT Hair Gel Scene In There’s Something About Mary In Wine Promo

Cameron Diaz recreated her iconic hair gel scene in the classic romantic comedy There’s Something About Mary on Tuesday in a promo clip for her wine brand Avaline.

The actress, 49, took to Instagram with the clip in which she got together for dinner with comedian Benito Skinner, who had gone to her house with boxes of her wine brand in tow.

Diaz is seen in a green robe when the doorbell rings, and is heard in a voiceover saying, ‘Ooh they’re here, I like gays.’

The latest: Cameron Diaz, 49, recreated her iconic hair gel scene in the classic romantic comedy There’s Something About Mary on Tuesday in a promo clip for her wine brand Avaline

When she opened the door, there were two incarnations of Skinner standing outside her door—one in a white T-shirt and black pants, another in the red skirt Diaz wore in the 1998 hit comedy, black boots, and strands of hair that were stiff. stood upright, holding a box of her brand of wine in each hand.

Diaz gave the couple a pensive look before shrugging, leaning forward and transforming into her There’s Something About Mary persona, complete with a large gelled strand of hair, beaming and taking on multiple poses.

She and Skinner, both dressed in red dresses with upright hair, broke open cans of Avaline and toasted to end the clip.

Diaz captioned the Instagram clip: ‘@bennydrama7 bringing @avaline cans wasn’t the weirdest part of our dinner,’ with a laughing emoji, while Skinner wrote in the comment section ‘CHEERS TWIN!!!’ added.

Diaz starred in the 1998 hit movie for directors Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly

Diaz starred in the 1998 hit movie for directors Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly

She played the titular role of Mary, who is ravaged by a collection of various suitors, played by (L-R) Ben Stiller, Matt Dillon, Chris Elliott and Lee Evans

She played the titular role of Mary, who is ravaged by a collection of various suitors, played by (L-R) Ben Stiller, Matt Dillon, Chris Elliott and Lee Evans

Diaz, who shares daughter Raddix, two, with musician husband Benji Madden, 43, starred in the 1998 film for directors Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly alongside an ensemble cast including Ben Stiller, Matt Dillon, Chris Elliott, Lee Evans, Sarah Silverman, Keith David and the late Markie Post.

She played the titular role of Mary, who is ravaged by a collection of various suitors, some of whom misrepresent themselves. The film hit theaters in July 1998 and grossed more than $369 million worldwide, making the actress an A-list headliner.

She went on to appear in high profile films such as Any Given Sunday, Vanilla Sky, Charlie’s Angels and Shrek.

Diaz and her confidante Katherine Power launched their wine brand in 2020, which is produced with organic grapes.

In the clip, Diaz is seen in a green robe when the doorbell rings, and can be heard in a voiceover saying, 'Ooh they're here, I like gays'

In the clip, Diaz is seen in a green robe when the doorbell rings, and can be heard in a voiceover saying, ‘Ooh they’re here, I like gays’

When she opened the door, two incarnations of Skinner were standing at her door — one in a white T-shirt and black pants, another in the red skirt that Diaz wore in the hit 1998 comedy.

When she opened the door, two incarnations of Skinner were standing at her door — one in a white T-shirt and black pants, another in the red skirt that Diaz wore in the hit 1998 comedy.

Diaz gave the couple a thoughtful look before shrugging, leaning forward, and turning into her.  There's something about Mary persona

Diaz gave the couple a thoughtful look before shrugging, leaning forward, and turning into her. There’s something about Mary persona

Speaking on the brand’s blog, Diaz explained how the business venture came about.

“When I was in my twenties, I had a really unique experience where I got to taste great wine,” she said. “Having the chance to hear from experts and drink delicious wine gave me a whole new appreciation for it.

Fast forward to a few years ago, my good friend Katherine Power and I caught up over a glass – as the wine started flowing, so did our conversation. We had one of those moments where we thought, ‘God, we love wine – what’s in it? Can we really drink this? How can we drink more of it?’

She added: ‘We started asking questions about our wine; which is crazy because I’ve never done that before. I basically just assumed they were fermented grapes.’

Diaz said that in her initial research for the brand, she “assumed that all wine was made from organic grapes.

“It never occurred to me that wine could be made from anything other than a nice grape, but then we realized that there is actually commercial farming in every category and no exception with wine.”

Diaz was seen with a large gelled lock of hair, beaming and taking multiple poses

Diaz was seen with a large gelled lock of hair, beaming and taking multiple poses

She and Skinner, both dressed in red dresses with upright hair, broke open cans of Avaline and toasted to end the clip

She and Skinner, both dressed in red dresses with upright hair, broke open cans of Avaline and toasted to end the clip

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