Diane Keaton thinks her ex-boyfriends were all "mesmerising people."
The 68-year-old actress, who previously dated Woody Allen, Al Pacino and Warren Beatty, admits they helped her feel more confident.
She told People magazine: "I really appreciated them, are you kidding? They were absolutely mesmerising people. Sometimes they made me feel better about myself.
"Warren was really good at feeding you ideas about yourself that were just, you know, not possible. That I was so talented, so.... I remember thinking he's lying, but I'm just going to go with it.
"I remember Woody looking at me, we were sitting on a park bench, and he said, 'I wonder if I'd think you were attractive if I didn't know you.' I laughed because, hello! You jerk, how dare you say that to me? But it was funny."
The actress admits she has no desire to go under the knife in a bid to preserve her looks. She said: "When I grew up (plastic surgery) was the thing you would never do. That was horrible - you weren't authentic.
"Now I don't believe that for a second, but there's a point where you can't do it anymore because you become, like, a freak. People do the face-lift or the filler, and if you're too old you need to do both and you've created a new face. I haven't done anything."