Charlize Theron says her worst date was when a 'handsome' guy asked her to 'make out with his nose'
Theron even revealed that she gave him a little peck on the nose, but he said, “no. makeout with my nose” while her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live
‘Bombshell’ actress Charlize Theron was once asked by a guy to make out with his nose!
One of the most talented actresses of Hollywood and the ever-gorgeous Charlize Theron appeared on tonight’s episode of ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’
In a little tete-a-tete with the host, she revealed that she loves watching ‘The Bachelor’ for its unpredictability while sharing a few extremely interesting details from her own dating experience.
Recollecting her ‘worst date’, Theron said that she once got asked out by a ‘handsome’ boy in her 20s. They went out on a date and he offered to drive her home.
She said, as he pulled over, she prepared herself for a kiss. Everything was going fine as they indulged in some lip-locking, until “he pulled away and whispered, ‘make out’ with my nose”. The actress couldn’t help but laugh hysterically, leaving the host and the viewers in splits.
Theron even revealed that she gave him a little peck on the nose, but he said, “no. makeout with my nose”. Well, it seems like she had her share of unpredictable ‘The Bachelor’ moment with this.
However, life has changed drastically for Theron as a mother of two. While she slept through her first Oscar nomination for ‘Monster’ sixteen years ago, she was dealing with two pee sheets toilet training her four-year-old when she was nominated for Oscars 2020 under the Best Actress category for ‘Bombshell’.
However, she did not win the award and it didn’t go so well with her children. She said, “They were super sad and angry” about her losing.
While August asked her, “will you even win this time?” tired of her mother only being nominated, Jackson, called all of it “such a waste of time”.
Charlize Theron was last seen in the American biographical drama film ‘Bombshell’ alongside Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie. She plays Megyn Kelly in the movie, a popular anchor/commentator at Fox.