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Video Saoirse Ronan Plays 'Who'd You Rather?'

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Saoirse Ronan Plays 'Who'd You Rather?'
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  • You're not dating anyone right now.
  • No.
  • I mean, I don't know how to date.
  • You don't know how to date?
  • How old are you?
  • 23.
  • 23.
  • I'm almost 24, though, guys.
  • OK, almost 24--
  • 23 and 3/4.
  • OK, and you haven't really dated yet?
  • Well, that makes me sound-- that makes me sound like
  • I've never--
  • Well, have you?
  • I don't date.
  • OK.
  • I'm not into the whole, let's go out for dinner.
  • Yeah, so--
  • See, I don't even know how to talk about it.
  • Yeah, well-- but what if somebody said,
  • let's go out to dinner.
  • I wouldn't know what to do.
  • You'd say "yes" or "no" is what you do.
  • Ask me out on a date.
  • No, I'm married.
  • I'm not going to ask you--
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • No, I know.
  • But it's not real.
  • It's not real.
  • I won't.
  • OK, I'll ask.
  • This is how uncomfortable I would make someone.
  • All right, I'll do it.
  • Hey, do you want to have dinner sometime?
  • No, you're married, Ellen.
  • You set that up.
  • I'm going to tell Portia.
  • All right, all right.
  • So let's find you someone.
  • Great.
  • Because at some point, you're going to have to date.
  • You're beautiful, and you're funny, and you're smart,
  • and you're--
  • Are you asking me on a date right now?
  • I am married.
  • Now stop it.
  • OK.
  • So we're going to find you somebody,
  • because you have to at least know what your type is.
  • Or at least, I have to know so I can help you.
  • So let's play Who'd You Rather?
  • And we're going to put up two faces.
  • And you're going to pick, OK?
  • Yeah.
  • And you have to be honest.
  • Will I look here or here?
  • No, here.
  • You can look straight ahead.
  • So let's put up the first two, and you're
  • going to honestly say.
  • Timothee or Colin?
  • I know both of those people.
  • They're both friends.
  • It doesn't matter if you know them.
  • Play the game.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • Colin's way older than Timmy.
  • Yes, he is.
  • Colin's way old-- so Timmy.
  • So Timmy, all right.
  • Timmy or Harry?
  • Oh, that's tough.
  • I know.
  • That is tough.
  • It's a fun game.
  • Harry's very good in Dunkirk, I have to say.
  • Yeah, he's very talented.
  • See, I don't know Harry Styles.
  • I don't know what he's like.
  • Well, he's-- let me tell you what--
  • You like him, don't you?
  • I like him and I know him.
  • And he's very funny and very smart as well.
  • Let me stick with Timmy, because even if it's just
  • a platonic relationship, I think we can have
  • a nice companionship together.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • You know what I mean?
  • Like, we're very compatible as companions.
  • And I don't know-- and Harry's on the road a lot, and--
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • --you know, it's very stressful being with someone on tour.
  • You're so bad at this game.
  • OK, really, you're not going to ever date.
  • Let's see, Timothee--
  • They're basically all--
  • --or Jamie?
  • Again, I don't know.
  • I love that you're all like, oh, you've got to pick Jamie.
  • Well, they're into Jamie.
  • Jamie's married.
  • Yes, he is.
  • This is a pretend game.
  • It's not really going to happen.
  • Do you want me to pick Jamie just so we change Timmy's?
  • Let's do that.
  • Let's pick Jamie, yeah.
  • OK, Jamie or Ed Sheeran?
  • See what happens?
  • Ed, again, is a pal.
  • Yeah, and isn't he great?
  • And he got-- he's great, but he's got--
  • And he's got a girlfriend.
  • Yeah, who's wonderful.
  • So I'm going to--
  • Yeah.
  • Let's go to Ed.
  • OK, we're going with Ed.
  • All right, let's go to Ed.
  • Daniel Radcliffe.
  • Oh, well, this is different now.
  • Oh.
  • Well, because when I was young, I grew up with Harry Potter,
  • and so--
  • So him.
  • Daniel-- Harry Potter was who I thought I'd end up with.
  • OK, so we'll go to Daniel.
  • Harry Potter specifically, not Daniel Radcliffe.
  • Oh.
  • You would pick Harry?
  • I've had a-- yeah, I would pick Harry Potter
  • over Daniel Radcliffe.
  • He'd have to stay in character the whole time.
  • Yeah.
  • OK.
  • Maybe he does.
  • We don't know him.
  • All right, so Daniel or Kendrick Lamar?
  • Oh, I love Kendrick.
  • All right, Kendrick?
  • I love Kendrick.
  • OK, Kendrick Lamar or Drake?
  • Drake.
  • Drake.
  • Now look.
  • Oh, that's Zack from Saved by the Bell.
  • Yeah.
  • Zack!
  • You're going to go to Zack from Drake?
  • Yeah, yeah.
  • Wow, OK.
  • Orlando Bloom.
  • I think you're going to stay with--
  • Zack.
  • I'm calling him Zack.
  • I know, it's-- there's Zack or Zac.
  • Which Zack now?
  • I reckon Zac Efron would be fun on a night out.
  • And he can sing and dance and stuff.
  • So I think, again, he would be a fun companion to have.
  • Right.
  • So Zac Efron.
  • So you really, really think these things through.
  • OK, so Zac or Jake Gyllenhaal?
  • Jake Gyllenhaal.
  • We'll go with Jake Gyllenhaal.
  • Wow, that was quick.
  • You just said how--
  • Well, because it's fun to mix it up a bit.
  • You said how fun Zac--
  • This game has gone on for so long.
  • Well, we're not bored yet.
  • OK, so Jake or Chris Martin?
  • Chris Martin.
  • Chris Martin is a wonderful performer.
  • Yes.
  • And he's a great performer.
  • I think him and the band work very well together.
  • He'd write a song about me.
  • Yeah.
  • If things went well, I like the idea
  • that he'd write a song, so Chris, probably.
  • OK.
  • Christopher.
  • I feel like I'm talking to a 70-year-old woman.
  • I feel like--
  • I'm literally-- I say all the time I'm like a 45-year-old--
  • You are.
  • I almost said 45, but--
  • Yeah, you went up.
  • I went up from there.
  • Chris or Chance?
  • (SINGING) All night.
  • I've been drinking all night.
  • I've been drinking.
  • Probably-- just because I love that song.
  • Yeah.
  • All right, Chance or Bruno?
  • Bruno, definitely.
  • All right.
  • Just that fast, Bruno.
  • There's a few that are instant for me, for sure.
  • Yeah, I understand.
  • Bruno or--
  • Like a gut reaction.
  • Oh, it's--
  • Oh, I ended with Bruno?
  • It was like that.
  • [APPLAUSE]
  • That was a long game.
  • All right.
  • That was very long.
  • All right, Bruno, come on out.
  • No, but what if we had him ready?
  • That would--
  • Imagine if you had all of them backstage.
  • Yeah, and they were waiting to see.
  • Just waiting to see who got picked.
  • Yep, just lined up.
  • We have a camera just panning.
  • That'd be so awful.
  • Yeah.
  • No, he's not here, but he will be.
  • I'm going to-- but he's got a girlfriend also.
  • Again, companionship is fine.
  • Even just a friendship I'm fine with.
  • Even if we just like email, we have a correspondence.
  • OK, well, we'll get that happening.
  • They're all aw'ing me.
  • I know.
  • They're like taking pity on me in the audience.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • They're not taking pity.
  • They don't understand you.
  • The "aw" was, aw, who is she?
  • What is going on in her head?
  • What decade does she live in?
  • Lady Bird is a fantastic movie.
  • You should go see it.
  • It's in theaters now.

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"Lady Bird" star Saoirse Ronan isn't a big fan of dating apps, so Ellen decided to play matchmaker herself with a round of "Who'd You Rather?"

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