Diane Keaton is 'sexually frustrated'

Actress Diane Keaton says she is sexually frustrated and confessed to having a \"special feeling\" about singer Justin Bieber\'s shirtless body.

Published: 18th June 2016 11:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th June 2016 11:22 AM   |  A+A-


LOS ANGELES: Actress Diane Keaton says she is sexually frustrated and confessed to having a "special feeling" about singer Justin Bieber's shirtless body.

"I am sexually frustrated," Keaton said in an episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", reports femalefirst.co.uk.

To which the show's host Ellen DeGeneres asked: "Do you know what that feels like to feel sexually frustrated?"

"I know what it feels like, and it's not good," said the "The Godfather Part II" star.

The 58-year-old presenter then reminded the actress that she has had a "rich" love life and that she can't expect to be so frisky at her age.

A confused 70-year-old said: "What do you mean, rich?"

DeGeneres then listed off all of the men she's dated to remind her how she was once very sexually active and explained: "you've had many lovers..."

Diane replied: "So many, oh my goodness. Those were the days where I wasn't sexually frustrated."

The veteran movie star then played a game of "Would You Rather" and when asked to choose between Bieber and Leto, she couldn't decide but confessed to having a "special feeling" about the "Sorry" hitmaker's shirtless body.

She said: "Well here's where I have a problem - I don't like to judge. I'd rather take them both.

"That's a nice body, and he's displaying it... and his hair, plus the nose. Don't ever overlook a nose. For example, Mr. Leto has a very thin nose. I like a thin nose, but Mr. Bieber has a fatter nose, and I like that, too."

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