Actress Selma Blair has had to double back on comments she made last week about her friend, Cameron Diaz. Speaking at the Vanity Fair Pre-Oscar's party in Los Angeles, Selma was asked about a possible sequel to the 2002 hit comedy movie, "The Sweetest Thing," which both actresses starred in along with Christina Applegate. Selma admitted that she would have, "liked to do a sequel," but that Cameron is "done" with acting and wants to spend more time with her husband, Benji Madden of the band Good Charlotte. Selma went on to say that she doesn't know what it would take, "to bring her (Cameron) back."

Selma backtracks on her statements

Cameron retiring from Hollywood hit major news outlets and caused the internet to buzz.

So much so that #selma blair has had to backtrack on her comments in classic Hollywood fashion--Twitter. Selma tweeted on Monday, "‘BREAKING NEWS Guys please, I was making a joke in an interview." She goes on to admit that Cameron is not retiring from acting and that any information would be official if it came from Cameron's mouth. Selma says good-naturedly that, "I am NOW retiring from being Cameron Diaz’s spokesperson."

A collective sigh of relief could be heard across the internet Monday, that the popular actress isn't retiring and people are glad to know that Selma was joking. But Cameron's absence from our screens makes Selma's comment believable.

Where has Cameron been?

Selma's comments bring up the subject of Cameron being missing in action for the last few years. She hasn't made a movie since "Annie" which was released in 2014 and she really hasn't been making public appearances.

Ironically, 2014 was the year that Cameron met her husband #Benji Madden. They eventually married in 2015. Cameron could just be enjoying a quiet, married life. After all, She's been a non-stop working actress since 1994 when she first burst onto the scene in the movie, "The Mask," starring Jim Carrey. She has gone on to star in major movies such as, "There's Something About Mary," "Charlie's Angels," and she has been the voice of Princess Fiona in the "Shrek" franchise since its beginning. At one point, she was the highest paid actress in Hollywood.

In June 2017, Cameron spoke at her friend, Gwyneth Paltrow's 'Goop Wellness Summit' and alluded to why she disappeared from acting saying,"I can't really say who I am to myself." So it sounds like Cameron just needed some much-needed rest, which I'm sure her fans are happy about. If she decides to come back to acting, she'll be better than ever before.