Diane Keaton used to put a clothes peg on her nose when she was younger because she hated its ''bulbous'' shape and was desperate to flatten it.
Diane Keaton used to put a clothes peg on her nose because it was too ''bulbous''.
The 68-year-old actress - who is strongly opposed to plastic surgery - wasn't happy with the shape of her nose from a young age and confessed she often used her own home remedies to try and change its shape.
Talking on US chat show 'The View', she explained: ''It's something every woman feels. I'm not the only woman who gets up in the morning and says to themselves ... gotta work on that nose.
''Well, I knew that when I was about 10 years old and I looked in the mirror and I said that's kind a bulbous - that kind of round thing there doesn't work, so I starting thinking and this is when I developed [the idea].
''I put a bobby pin on my nose and that wasn't good enough so then so I put clothes pins on my nose because it covered more surface area.''
Diane also stopped by 'The Tonight Show' with host Jimmy Fallon, where she played beer pong.
Jimmy jokingly shouted, ''You calm down you crazy wino!'', as the actress had started drinking before the game had even begun.