Cameron Diaz knows that nothing is more sacred than the bond between friends. The actress recently opened up about her longtime friend Drew Barrymore's recent split from her husband, Will Kopelman, on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM show. "Everybody pulls the wagons around, you know, our friends, whoever needs us in whatever point in time," she said. "Even if it's something that the public doesn't know about. Internally we're all going, like, 'OK, who needs us now?' And that really is, I think, a major part of the connectivity we need. We need to keep those things connected."
Cameron, who was a bridesmaid in Drew's wedding, actually has quite the friend group, with gal pals ranging from Gwyneth Paltrow to sister-in-law Nicole Richie. While she admitted that their industry can be tough at times, she said that her friends are what help her through it. "We've gone through a lot in life together. And that's another thing that's so beautiful about aging. As you get older, you start to lose people in your life, and when you lose people in your life, you have less of a purpose," she continued. "It's really, really important to stay engaged — how close we all are together and how much we rely on each other. We're like, 'OK, we need a girls' night or a girls' day or a getaway.' And everybody's like, 'Yes!' We find a date, and everyone makes it happen." For more on Drew, see what she had to say about her life postsplit.