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Reese Witherspoon bra, Sheer audacity! Reese Witherspoon boldly distracts attention from Cameron Diaz in see-through blouse. We've all had days where we just want to hide away, or simply hang out with our close friends without bearing the scrutiny of others.

And it seems that's just how Cameron Diaz was feeling last night when she enjoyed a meal with girl chum Reese Witherspoon, 35, in LA.

Perhaps the 39-year-old wasn't at her radiant best, had bad skin or didn't want to be pressed on her new relationship with P Diddy.But whatever the reason for the Bad Teacher star's shyness, her friend Reese was prepared to distract all attention away from her.

Gamely charging out of the door, the normally camera shy mother-of-two beamed as her friend could be spied in the eaterie.

It helped that Reese was wearing a sheer cobalt blue blouse that exposed her black bra and quite an audacious flash of cleavage.

The pair have been close for a while, and were photographed hugging at the MTV Movie Awards in June this year.

As two of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood, they've got plenty to talk about.

Reese, who teamed her eye-catching blouse with all black, had ditched her $4000 python Chloe bag after being implored to do so by PETA.

She made the moved after being sent a documentary, which was hosted by her Walk The Line co-star Joaquin Phoenix, by the organisation.

A spokeswoman for the charity said: After hearing about it, PETA immediately rushed its video exposé of the exotic-skins industry to Reese.

'Hosted by her Walk the Line co-star Joaquin Phoenix, the video describes how snakes and other reptiles are often skinned alive and how they suffer slow, painful deaths for the sake of fashion.

'Thankfully, Reese has just informed PETA that she will no longer carry the bag.'

And it seems there are no hard feelings between the group and the Legally Blonde star, who they had previously named the world's sexiest vegetarian.

PETA senior vice president Lisa Lange added: 'We've long known Reese to be a kind person, so we're pleased—and not surprised—that she is hanging up her python bag for good.

'We hope Reese's honest mistake will serve as a reminder for all of us to be extra-certain that what we're buying is mock crock or fake snake.'

Exactly how the star got the item still remains a mystery, as she could not have purchased the item in California, where it has been illegal to sell the material there since 1970.


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