Instead of thanking all the little people she walked on to get here, Cameron Diaz decided to be more down to earth. The movie star told the crowd, "It will be cool to be under people's feet."
Cammie showed up in her usual eclectic style, wearing a white, lace cocktail-length dress, red belt and red pumps. She continued her speech by saying, "It really is the place where people can understand exactly that actors are not really stars - they don't exist in the sky, they exist on the ground just like everybody else."
Nick Cassavetes, Cameron's director for My Sister's Keeper was also present, as well as Curtis Hanson, who directed Diaz in In Her Shoes.
And maintaining a low profile with casual outfits and matching shades, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes were there as well. The real star, Suri Cruise, appears to have stayed at home. She's still pissed she doesn't have a star yet.