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Gabrielle Union and Cameron Diaz share a love of bathroom humor

 

Gabrielle Union’s Vanilla Puddin’ wine tastes like, well, vanilla, said Chelsea Handler, who had the soon to be basketball wife on her nighttime talk show Tuesday night.

The two ladies chatted candidly while drinking. Yes, Union and Dwyane Wade have set a wedding date and most likely will serve this chardonnay (in a screw cap, for easy access) at the ceremony.

As per a release, Union’s 2012 white was created with Napa Valley’s JaM Cellars and “has characteristics of pears, light French oak, and white chocolate with dollops of vanilla.” Bottles go on sale for $16.99 on Feb. 12, just in time for Valentine’s Day, at www.Vanilla PuddinWine.com.

We also heard more intimate information about the power couple — but not of a sexual nature.

Union, 41, told Handler that that she eats a lot of fiber and not only uses uses the bathroom three times a day but leaves the door open and does not light a match.

Wade knew that all about his fiancee’s bodily functions from the get-go. “There was none of that, ‘I don't fart, I don't poop.’ I'm gonna be in there [the ladies’ room]!” giggled the Being Mary Jane star.

How au naturelle, this TMI trend.

While promoting Hunger Games 2 in November, Jennifer Lawrence revealed to David Letterman that a nasty stomach illness landed her in the ER. And Cameron Diaz, chatting up her Body Book with Dr. Phil earlier this month, detailed how she cleanses her system each morning. She didn’t stop there; in the latest issue of Self, Diaz railed against fast food; in particular, Taco Bell. “What I've learned is that just 'cause you can chew it and swallow it and poop it out doesn't mean it's food,” she said of the Mexican chain.

Tell us how you really feel, ladies. Or actually, please don’t.

Spotted

Seen working up a serious sweat: Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima at Barry's Bootcamp in Miami Beach, taking trainer Derek DeGrazio's so called Butt and Legs toning class. Despite the pain, Lima was overheard saying she wanted to come back and do it again.

A water view

Nice digs if you can get them: DJ David Guetta reportedly just bought a penthouse at Paraiso Bay in Edgewater, located at 600 NE 31 St. Living there will make his commute to Winter Music Conference so much easier. The electronica king will appear at a VIP event at the still under construction site Friday evening, along with soon to be neighbors, tennis star Aranxta Vicario Sanchez and NBA champion Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs.

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