Video games may be the new Tinder.
"As the world was shutting down, I thought, ‘I should start playing video games again.' It just made sense. This is the time," Sarah told Ellen DeGeneres. "So I went to GameStop, it was still open, I got a console and a couple games and I got really into this one. It's not the latest one, but I love it: Call of Duty: World War II."
The comedian continued, "So this guy who I knew, peripherally, we had mutual friends and stuff, we knew each other a bit, he direct messaged me on Twitter, he goes, ‘I'll play with you online. We're both quarantining, you know.' So every night at 7:05...I'd put my headset on and kill Nazis with this guy.""
Sarah added that they're officially "boyfriend and girlfriend."
The Wreck-It Ralph actress confirmed that the mystery guy visited her in New York City where she currently lives. He then moved to New York where apparently they "make sweet love. " Of course, like anyone fresh in a relationship, the 49-year-old actress said she didn't want to "jinx it by talking about it on Ellen," but she just couldn't help herself.
"He's been very patient because I think I was single for a good amount of time and what I realized is I love being alone, I need to be alone and I was afraid to give up any of that," Sarah admitted. She later said she has a nighttime routine which she loves, but now there's just a man sitting there with her as she eats her "big bowl of grape nuts" and watches repeat episodes of Law & Order.
Sounds like the Emmy award winner is truly living her dream.