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It's payback time! Hugh Grant opened up about his relationship with Elizabeth Hurley on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live last month, and on Tuesday, it was his ex-girlfriend's turn to dish on their romance. Hurley played Plead the Fifth, where she was allowed to veto only one of Andy Cohen's three questions.

"I know that you saw your friend Hugh Grant on the show, and you saw him play Plead the Fifth, and you might know that when he did, we asked him what he thought the reason that your relationship did not work out was," Cohen told The Royals star. "I would like to know why you think it didn't work out."

"Oh, well..." Hurley began as fellow guest Tony Danza squirmed in his seat. "Well, he remains my best friend to this day, but…I mean, I'd say this if I were sitting here, but he used to really annoy me, actually. I mean, I love him, but he's very annoying," the actress revealed. "Did he annoy you when he was here?"

Cohen said he wasn't annoyed by Grant, but noted that viewers "thought he was very cranky."

"He is! My friends used to call him Grumplestiltskin," Hurley said with a devilish grin. "He is grumpy." Cohen found Grant's grumpiness "fairly charming," to which Hurley replied, "I do, too. But not 24/7."

For his second question, Cohen asked, "Tell us, on a scale of 1 to 10, how good was Hugh Grant in the sack?" The actress, 49, laughed at his boldness, asking, "Oh, really?! Ten! I was with him for 13 years."

Hurley then played "Shag, Marry, Kill" with the royal family, telling Cohen, "That's tricky for me, but I would say I would marry Prince Charles, misbehave with Prince Harry...I'd have to kill Prince William!"

During Watch What Happens Live's after-show, a viewer called in to see if Hurley ever "swam in the lady pond." After getting some clarification, she laughed and replied, "Oh! That's a terrible question to ask me. You know, I haven't, but just before the show we were watching The Newlyweds in the dressing room and it was all lesbians. We were riveted! Riveted! But, no, I've never swum in the lady pond."

(E! and Bravo are both members of the NBCUniversal family.)

E!'s new scripted series The Royals premieres this Sunday, March 15 at 10 p.m.! Follow The Royals on Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates!