Actress Diane Keaton fears the only way she'd land a lover these days is if she paid him to romance her.
The former big screen sex siren, who previously dated Woody Allen, Warren Beatty and Al Pacino, insists her days of romancing Hollywood's eligible bachelors are over.
The Annie Hall star tells the new issue of More magazine, "I don’t think men even look at me anymore. If anything could work in that area, it would probably be if I paid him (suitor). Then I think we could work out an affable relationship.
"I’m totally for it! I pay for everything else."
But don't cry for Keaton - she doesn't miss having a man around: "It’s a huge part of life that’s missing, yeah, but I don’t miss it.
"I’m free to do what I want to try to do. I don’t have to worry that I’m not living up to some responsibility as a partner to somebody else."