Drew's first option was One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles, a choice the actress found literally laughable."No, he's like 2!" she scoffed, before passing on John Mayer, Lenny Kravitz, Jake Gyllenhaal and more of Hollywood's high-profile bachelors.The "Santa Clarita Diet" star joined Thursday's "Ellen," and shared what she's observed about the online dating world since splitting from husband Will Kopelman last year. Drew admitted that after a pal told her about trying a "three-month no-swiping thing," she realized she "didn't even know what that meant."After clarifying the difference between swiping right and left on a dating app – the latter is a "pass" – Ellen unveiled her own version for Drew to try.The actress was presented photos of a variety of male celebrities, and ended up being more selective than Ellen expected.The series, produced by comedienne Ellen Degeneres, is based on a U. The two will play married real estate agents on the Netflix series penned by Better Off Ted writer Victor Fresco. While Drew's professional life is booming, her personal life has gone through a rough patch leading to her split from Will, her husband for nearly four years.
At the end of each episode, the 'daters' will reveal if they are interested in seeing their partners again. First Dates is the latest small screen project for Drew - last month (Mar16), it was announced she and Justified star Timothy Olyphant will star in a new comedy, titled Santa Clarita Diet.
I'm not being lascivious."She also swiped right on "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington, saying she finds the actor "pretty hot."Adding, "Jon Snow, are you kidding me?!
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Drew also dismissed Prince Harry as a "not realistic" option, and even turned down Brad Pitt despite acknowledging him as "such a lovely guy."Ellen appeared incredulous over Drew's precise taste.
"Even I would have chosen four of these guys," the host joked.