She might be a towering and beautiful A-list movie star, but she's just as excited as everyone else about the new season of The Bachelor.
Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron stopped by 'unannounced' at The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday, and among other things she and DeGeneres talked about the recent 3-hour premiere of the hit ABC matchmaking show.
Charlize, 44, made minor waves on social media before the new year, when she shared a snap of herself on Instagram mooning over a poster for the show that displayed the hunky Peter Weber.
Strutting her stuff: Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron stopped by 'unannounced' at The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday
The fangirl moment caught the attention of fans everywhere, including Peter himself, who responded in kind with a cheeky photo of his own.
And while Theron specified to Ellen on Tuesday that 'I don't want to date him,' she did say she thoroughly enjoyed watching the premiere of the program, and even said 'I might have gone back to RE-watch some things!'
And when Ellen remarked how each year she swears she won't watch The Bachelor but always ends up getting 'sucked in,' Charlize simply told her, 'You need to give into it.'
Both Charlize and Ellen were also present at Sunday night's showy Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California, and they each enjoyed the spotlight — Ellen to receive the esteemed Carol Burnett Award, and Charlize to present the also prestigious Cecile B. DeMille Award to a 'hero' of hers, Tom Hanks.
Dishing: Among other things Charlize and Ellen talked about the recent 3-hour premiere of the hit ABC matchmaking show, and Charlize's feelings on the main man Peter Weber
On Ellen's talk show Tuesday, Charlize revealed just how nervous she was to present the award to Hanks.
'So much of my love for acting, or my interest even, in wanting to be an actor, is because of him,' she said.
In the Mad Max: Fury Road actress's presentation to the iconic actor on Sunday, she shared a darling anecdote of what it was like auditioning for Tom for one of her first roles, in his 1996 film That Thing You Do.