Seyfried stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday to promote A Million Ways to Die in the West, and while there, she opened up about her low-key love life with the Going the Distance actor. "We do everything together," the 28-year-old actress said. Seyfried then clarified, "But, we don't do much."
"We walk my dog. We make these smoothies in the morning—they're called 'Greenies.' He got me into that. Super healthy," Seyfried shared. "And then we watch The Bachelor and The Bachelorette." Wait, really?! "In fact, it's kinda a big week next week. Anybody a fan of Andi?" the star asked the audience. "Me too," she said, referring to Andi Dorfman. "It's about to blow your mind. I'm so excited about it."
Seyfried realizes many contestants are just looking to be on TV. "It got nuts. It's the most unnatural setting of all time for humans," she said. "It's a train wreck. And there's some great people on it and there's some not so great people." She added, "I feel really guilty about it sometimes, but then other times you really want them to be happy and find love. Maybe not so much the last season, but..."
Ellen DeGeneres agreed, saying, "The last season, the Juan Pablo guy, he lost me."
"I think you speak for everybody," Seyfried said.
This weekend, Seyfried's "best friend" Rachel McDowall will marry The Bachelorette's Constantine Tzortzis. "He's from Atlanta—well, Cumming, and we're all heading to coming," she said. "We're coming to Cumming."