Lea Michele, The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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Lea Michele has to make some tough decisions.

The actress tells Ellen DeGeneres that she's single on Monday's episode, so the Ellen DeGeneres Show host decides to help the Scream Queens star out by playing a game of "Who'd You Rather." The game begins with some relatively tame options, but eventually Ellen provides Lea with some difficult choices—imagine having to choose between Scott Eastwood and Michael B. Jordan!

Ellen kicks it off with John Stamos and Taylor Lautner, which just so happen to be Lea's Scream Queens co-stars. Deciding that the Full House alum was a little too old for her, the actress settles for the Twilight hunk. As a result, she then has to choose between Lautner and Nick Jonas—she chose Jonas. 

Shaking it up a bit, Ellen forces Lea to choose between Jonas and Prince Harry. When she reveals her choice—the redheaded royal—she jokes, "I want to be a princess!" Pretty sound logic to us!

Lea sticks with Prince Harry when given the choice between him and Harry Styles, but as soon as the Finding Dory voice star throws Michael B. Jordan into the mix it all falls apart. Continuing to choose him round after round, it seems that Lea and Michael were born to be together—even when she throws Tom Hiddleston into the mix.

"He's got too much going on," jokes Lea, referring to the drama surrounding his last relationship with Taylor Swift. "I can't get with that." Lea also tells Ellen that he was spotted getting chummy with Priyanka Chopra at the Emmys, so she'd have to hold off on him for now.

"He loves her," she adds. "They were flirting."

Having turned down two of T.Swift's ex-boyfriends—Styles and Hiddleston—Lea finally chooses Calvin Harris. But is that her final choice? Watch the video to find out with whom Lea ultimately wants to be!

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