Diane Keaton is her own harshest critic as she calls herself ‘disgusting’ and ‘stupid’ after watching a clip of herself dancing to Miley Cyrus on The View
Diane Keaton could barely stand the sight of herself when she joined her Book Club: The Next Chapter costars on The View on Friday.
The 77-year-old Oscar winner was chatting about the new comedy with Jane Fonda, Mary Steenburgen and Candice Bergen when to the hosts decide to focus on Keaton.
She signaled how the segment was going to go when she interject ‘No, not me’ as soon as co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin said her name.
As the host tried to praise her as an ‘Instagram star,’ Keaton continued muttering over her, before the show played an Instagram video she posted in January that showed her dancing with joy in her gorgeous backyard to Miley Cyrus’ Flowers.
‘Miley Cyrus is amazing,’ the actress said adoringly, but her tone changed as she spoke about herself. ‘Disgusting!’
Can’t handle it: Diane Keaton, 77, was so embarrassed to see a clip of herself dancing to Miley Cyrus’ Flowers on The View on Friday that she called herself ‘disgusting’ and ‘stupid’
Letting loose: The charming clip showed her dancing with abandon in her backyard while her gorgeous Golden Retriever Reggie walked through tall grasses behind her
In the jubilant clip, Keaton could be seen dancing in an all-black ensemble with a gray hat while her gorgeous Golden Retriever Reggie walked through tall grasses behind her.
She wrote, ‘To Miley,’ on the video, and captioned it, ‘@mileycyrus YOUR INCREDIBLE SONG GAVE ME A REASON TO DANCE IN MY OWN BACKYARD!’
She seemed to be loving it in the moment, based on her ear-to-ear grin, but she appeared to be embarrassed to watch herself dancing on national television in front of an audience.
‘That’s so stupid I can’t stand it. Look at that, that’s a crazy person,’ Keaton shouted out as the clip continued.
The Book Club star had flutes of sparkling wine on their individual café style tables, and the Annie Hall star lifted hers up to try to drown out her embarrassment.
‘I’m gonna drink up to that one,’ she said as the threw back the glass.
Keaton was also awkward earlier in the segment, when Griffin again tried to engage her.
As she was about to ask her about having ‘fun at any age,’ the actress jumped in: ‘I had no fun at any age.’
That got a hearty laugh from the audience, but then she looked out to the crowd and called it ‘scary.’
Too much: ‘That’s so stupid I can’t stand it. Look at that, that’s a crazy person,’ Keaton shouted out as the clip continued
Needed a drink: She took a sip of her sparkling wine to help her get through the clip
Not having a good time: Keaton was also awkward earlier in the segment, when Griffin again tried to engage her. As she was about to ask her about having ‘fun at any age,’ the actress jumped in: ‘I had no fun at any age’
‘I mean there’s a lot of people I’m looking at right now,’ she said, uncomfortably. ‘Look at them. They’re amazing. They’re your people. Look, oh my God. Why am I here?’
In an interview from earlier this month with the New York Times, Keaton appeared to admit that she wasn’t much of a fan of Book Club: The Next Chapter, which has a disappointing 44 percent rotten rating from the most high-profile critics surveyed by Rotten Tomatoes.
‘The movie’s fine,’ said. ‘I did what I could, you know, sort of.’
The interview also turned to her love of Miley Cyrus, and she said she had been ‘lucky to encounter [her] and to get to know [her] a little bit.’
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