Diane Keaton referred to as herself “disgusting” and “silly” throughout Friday’s episode of “The View.”
Whereas selling “E-book Membership: The Subsequent Chapter” with co-stars Mary Steenburgen, Candice Bergen and Jane Fonda, the Instagram video the place she danced to “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus was introduced up.
Instantly Keaton expressed that she didn’t wish to discuss, saying, “Not me.”
Nevertheless, when the clip of her dancing was performed, she quipped within the background, “That’s me! Disgusting!”
“That’s so silly I can’t stand it. Take a look at that, that’s a loopy particular person,” she continued.
The “Father of the Bride” actress, 77, then lifted a champagne flute, took a sip and proclaimed, “I’m gonna drink as much as that one.”
Keaton didn’t suppose it was so loopy when she initially posted the video, writing on the time, “TO MILEY YOUR INCREDIBLE SONG GAVE ME A REASON TO DANCE IN MY OWN BACKYARD!”
Throughout her look, the actress additionally appeared bewildered by the stay viewers.
When co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin started to ask her a query about having “enjoyable at any age,” Keaton minimize her off Griffin and mentioned, “I had no enjoyable at any age.”
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She then regarded across the room describing it as “scary.”
“I imply there’s lots of people I’m taking a look at proper now,” Keaton continued. “Take a look at them. They’re wonderful. They’re your individuals. Look, oh my god. Why am I right here?”
The Oscar winner clearly didn’t wish to be there.
Keaton has embraced her kooky persona since starring in 1977’s “Annie Corridor” and is likely one of the few film stars who has by no means married.
Earlier this 12 months, she shared that it’s “extremely unlikely” she’s going to ever be in one other relationship and hasn’t dated in years, regardless of having high-profile romances with Warren Beatty, Al Pacino and Woody Allen.
“I don’t date,” Keaton mentioned in an interview for AARP Journal. “I don’t keep in mind anybody calling me, going, ‘That is So-and-So, I’d wish to take you out.’ They don’t occur. After all not.”
Keaton turned a single mom in her 50s when she adopted her daughter, Dexter, 27, and her son, Duke, 22.
Now that she’s an empty-nester, Keaton has discovered companionship with a four-legged pal, her canine Reggie.
“Canines are irresistible,” she defined. “They’re simply idiots. Reggie is an enormous jerk, and she or he’s hilarious.”