(contactmusic.com) - Cameron Diaz has become the latest high-profile celebrity to criticise her super-skinny counterparts.
The 34-year-old actress told chat show legend Michael Parkinson that she finds the influence of super slim celebs "terrifying".
Her comments come in the midst of the debate about whether images of extremely skinny women should be in the public eye following the deaths of two underweight models.
Speaking to Parky, in comments to be aired on ITV1 this Saturday, Diaz said: "I think it'sвЂ¦tragic and sad. It's a sickness, something that's going on in someone's head where their perspective is off.
"We get ideals from images that we see and there certainly should be more responsibility put on those people who are putting those images out into the world. Let's be a little bit more responsible to what's realistic."
But hang on a second Diaz is hardly the biggest of girls, you may well think.
Defending herself, she added: "I'm a skinny girl, so all my life all I have ever wanted to be is curvaceous and voluptuous, have everything falling out everywhere."
Her fellow actresses Billie Piper and Kate Winslet have also weighed into the debate recently. Piper, the 24-year-old actress who appeared as Rose Tyler in Dr Who, said that she fears her younger sister could be negatively influenced by skinny images.
And Winslet argued that size zero (UK size four) actresses are "unbelievably disturbing".