Diane Keaton tries to find a lover on 'Ellen': 'I feel a special feeling for Justin Bieber'

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Why does she have to choose? Diane Keaton stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show for Friday's episode where she played "Who'd You Rather?" to help her "find a new lover."

But it became clear very early on that the Oscar winner was not interested in picking. She wanted them all!

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"I don't like to judge, I'd rather take them both," she said when presented with pictures of Justin Bieber and Jared Leto. "Each man has something special about him. When I look at Justin, I feel a special feeling for him. For example, that's a nice body and he's displaying it."

The 70-year-old actress, who has never been married, was then faced with one of her exes and Godfather co-star, Al Pacino.

"He once enjoyed being around me, but only on occasion, so not often," she said. "So I say 'yes' to Mr. Pacino."

And though Pacino definitely had an interest, Keaton insisted that there was nothing going on between her and her Something's Gotta Give co-star Jack Nicholson.

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"No, no, no Jack never had an interest in me," she said. "He loved me in the movie and I loved him back in the movie. In real life he didn't love me."

Though she claimed that she "liked them all," Keaton did settle on one winner – a shirtless Zac Efron.

"Zac Efron...oh, that's the one. I have to say, wow," she quipped.

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