Diane Keaton sat down with Dr. Oz this week where she gave an absolutely SHOCKING interview, and for once it had NOTHING to do with Woody Allen!
The Annie Hall actress spoke very openly about her struggles with bulimia in her 20s, and she revealed some jaw-dropping details on her eating disorder.
In fact she estimates she consumed as many as
Honestly, we could listen to Diane Keaton talk about tantric sex for DAYS, regardless if she's gettin' her slant on Ellen or not! LOLz!
While chatting it up with Ellen, Diane decided to pull some red wine from her purse. Things get a little giggly, a little sloppy, and she DOES start talking about orgasms and hours upon hours of tantric sex!
The best part of this interview (above) is how Ellen handles it — there's seriously no situation that she can't make hilarious!!
Check out the awkward talk and listen to Diane pontificate on Topher Grace and Robert De Niro being intimate with her in their new movie!!
Diane! Give us a call, we want to have a wine night with you!
If there's one person out there aging gracefully, it's Diane Keaton!
She looks so fab for her age!
That's why we're excited to hear that she's following up her memoir with a book about beauty, aging, and being a woman!
Even though she's totally someone who doesn't need plastic surgery, Diane Keaton has now gone on the record to say that you should "never say never" about getting work done!
Don't do it!
Here's what she said:
We wrote an article a few days ago on how Diane Keaton had a secret struggle with bulimia.
Now, Diane was on Ellen and decided to speak a little more about it — and how it was Woody Allen who urged her to get treatment.
We're so glad that's in the past for you, Diane!
Check out the video above!
Just like other people, we had no idea that Diane Keaton once had a drawn out battle with bulimia.
A five year battle.
She developed it after being told to lose weight at just 19 years old. She was offered a part on Broadway, but the one condition was that she needed to lose 10 pounds.
'I don't think it was called bulimia then. It was just this trick you could do. It's a horrible problem. Ugly and awful.'
She also says it was psychoanalysis that saved her. Talking it out and discussing it with a professional is what helped her get over the problem.
This happens WAY too often, even today! (especially today!)
We're just glad she's okay and was able to overcome it!
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Diane Keaton had a bit of an accident while shooting a sumo-wrestling scene for the new movie, Morning Glory, and fell on her head. But it’s not the first time she’s had trouble keeping her balance.
A year ago the 64-year-old actress suffered from a bout of vertigo, a condition which makes you dizzy and unbalanced.
Keaton joked about the incident on Leno on Friday:
"I did get hurt. I fell on my head like humpty dumpty and I cracked it…I got vertigo. They sent me to the hospital but I'm okay now. I can still talk."
She needs to not be falling on her head at this age! Her agent needs to make sure sumo-wrestling scenes aren’t written into her contract anymore!
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