Diane Keaton might not be looking for a love connection, but she knows what she likes.
During an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Monday, the Oscar-winning actress dished about her appearance in Justin Bieber‘s music video for “Ghost,” which has racked up 122 million views to date. Keaton, 76, plays Bieber’s grandmother in the video.
“It’s so weird,” said a laughing Keaton, while a clip from the video played in the background.
But Keaton told host Ellen DeGeneres she had “so much fun” shooting with Bieber. “He’s a great man,” Keaton said. “Gorgeous and genius.”
She continued: “It was one of the most pleasant experiences of my life.”
DeGeneres reminded the actress that she introduced her to Bieber during her talk show in November 2015, rolling a clip of an overwhelmed Keaton hugging Bieber and kissing him on the cheek.
“That was fun. I loved it,” Keaton said. “He’s totally adorable.”
Bieber isn’t the only guy who’s caught Keaton’s eye. DeGeneres poked fun at Keaton’s enthusiastic affection for men, calling her “a connoisseur of men.” She then played an Instagram video Keaton posted, in which the actress swoons over a series of famous men, including Reese Witherspoon’s 18-year-old son Deacon Phillippe.
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In the video, Keaton mistakes Phillippe for a baby-faced Leonardo DiCaprio, which DeGeneres corrects. “Whoops, but look at him: That’s gorgeous,” Keaton said. “How old is he now?”
“Too young for you,” DeGeneres quipped, to which Keaton playfully replied, “Maybe he’d like to know me.”
In an interview with InStyle magazine in July 2019, Keaton revealed she hasn’t been asked out in decades. “I haven’t been on a date in, I would say, 35 years,” she said at the time.
“I have a lot of male friends,” she added. “I have a lot of friends, but no dates. No mwah-mwah.”
Keaton told the magazine she sees herself as someone with protective walls up, “somebody who avoids more than anything else.”
But she added: “I’m fearless about what I like. … I’ve had a lot of independence, and nobody’s telling me what to do. I had a mother who encouraged that and helped me achieve the things I wanted to achieve. I’ve followed the paths I’ve wanted to follow. I like redoing houses, I like architecture, I like visuals, I like fashion, I like all of it.”
Contributing: Andrea Mandell