Is Cameron Diaz a lady in the streets and a freak in the sheets?

In Glamour U.K.'s May 2014 issue, the single star said she believes that "all women have been sexually attracted to another woman at some point." When the actress and her Other Woman co-star Leslie Mann appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Monday, she was asked if she had ever acted on that attraction. "Have you, yourself, ever swam in the lady pond?" host Andy Cohen wondered.

"Interesting!" Diaz said, laughing. "What is the lady pond?"

"Have you ever been with a lady?" Cohen asked.

"Yes, I have been with a lady. Yeah," Diaz said. The TV host then asked, "More than once?"

"You didn't ask explicitly how I was with a lady," Diaz told Cohen, "but I have been with a lady."

The actress—who dated New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez from 2010 to 2011—was also asked about the "best and worst thing about dating a baseball player." The 41-year-old blond laughed and said, "I think schedule and schedule!" (Diaz never mentioned Rodriguez by name, FYI.)

For her third and final question in the Plead the Fifth segment, Diaz was asked to name one movie she regrets starring in. "I don't think I have any regrets," the movie star replied. "Is that an answer?"

Later in the episode, a fan called in to ask Diaz which movie fans quote the most. "I don't know if there's any one that people really quote. People don't quote necessarily," she explained. "But I'm always surprised, people will say to me…if they say that they like this movie, it's not that they like it, it's that it's their favorite movie, is The Sweetest Thing. For whatever reason, that movie, it's either one or the other, love it or hate it. People come up to me and they're like, 'I love that movie.'"

"We actually got a lot of questions from people wanting to know about 'The Penis Song,'" Cohen said.

"How could you not sing it? Once you've heard it, it's in there – that's what she said!" Diaz laughed, referring to the ode she sang with Christina Applegate and Selma Blair in the 2002 hit. "It was one of those things that I thought if anything was going to last out of that movie, it was going to be that."

(E! and Watch What Happens Live are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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