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Thursday 18 September 2014

Diane Keaton: Beatty is like Bieber

Diane Keaton

Diane Keaton says Warren Beatty was "Justin Bieber pretty".

The 66-year-old actress began dating her Reds co-star Warren in 1979, but they split up shortly after the movie had been completed. Diane has recalled seeing the handsome actor for the first time in an interview with Ladies' Home Journal - comparing him to teen pop star Justin.

"He was very sexy, but a different kind of sexy. I mean, we're talking pretty. Like Justin Bieber pretty," she smiled.

Diane's most famous romance was with legendary director-and-actor Woody Allen. The pair dated for some time and even moved in together. Diane has remained close friends with the star, saying "I still love Woody."

While working on The Godfather Trilogy, Diane had an on-off romance with Al Pacino. She always had a soft spot for her co-star, saying she had a crush on him for "20 years".

Diane also spoke about why the high-profile relationships failed and why she is still currently single.

The star claims that many of her past partners demanded a lot of attention and affection.

"Managerial skills are necessary to handle men like that," she revealed. "I also don't think I have a lot of nurturing skills. I needed as much as they needed, and that's not a good mix."

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