Diane Keaton may be admired by all, including fellow celebrities, but the actress revealed other aren’t all her friends to Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night.
After receiving the AFI Life Achievement Award, A-list guests showed up to honour the 71-year-old actress. Keaton said she appreciated all the support, but those co-stars aren’t her close friends.
That’s when Keaton listed off her film buddies who came out to honour her at the AFI event: “Some are important, you know? Like Meryl Streep! That’s an important person.”
Kimmel asked the question we were all thinking,”Is she not your friend, Meryl?”
“I love her,” Keaton responded. “But I don’t see her very often. She doesn’t call. But I love her!”
The “Annie Hall” actress continued to list off fellow stars, Sarah Silverman “was funny,” Reese Witherspoon, whom Keaton met when the younger actress was only 14, “Great looking. Great talent,” but neither are her friends.
Keaton then confessed, “I don’t really have any friends.”
While she was thankful for all the love and support, Keaton revealed she “wanted more men to come,” to the AFI ceremony, though some past lovers like, Woody Allen and Warren Beatty, did show up.
Steve Martin and Martin Short were also in attendance, and Keaton does consider the pair close pals, but Allen is who she says she was most excited to see, as he gave her “everything” after casting her as Annie Hall.