Scott Eastwood talks love life, going commando, and teaches Jimmy Kimmel How to smolder

Scott Eastwood loves the ladies, and the ladies love him.

The handsome 30-year-old actor recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Thursday, when he confirmed he was single, and also had no issue discussing his racy underwear habits. When DeGeneres gifted him with her signature boxers bearing the show's logo, Eastwood admitted that he had already put them to good use.

"I am wearing it," Eastwood said. "I've never been on your show before. I got here and I got off the plane and I didn't have any underwear, or wasn't wearing any underwear, but now I have underwear."

PICS: Celebrities In Their Underwear

"Long night in New York ..." he joked when asked why he chose to go commando on his flight.

Eastwood also had some fun with his fellow guest, Jimmy Kimmel, when the two walked around the Warner Bros. lot to play a live version of "Who'd You Rather?," in which random people were asked who they, ahem, preferred.

Not surprisingly, the Suicide Squad actor overwhelmingly got the vote, but not before teaching Kimmel a thing or two about giving a sexy smolder.

WATCH: Shia LaBeouf Says He Almost Got Scott Eastwood's Part in 'Suicide Squad'

ET spoke with 48-year-old Kimmel on Wednesday about his big gig hosting the Emmys this Sunday, when he revealed that nominee Tom Hiddleston was safe from any onstage quips about the British actor's recent highly publicized split from Taylor Swift.

"I think it's a little bit weird when somebody goes through a breakup and suddenly they're on camera and everyone's making fun of them," Kimmel exclusively explained to ET. "It's a strange thing -- one of the strangest things about Hollywood."

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