Sandra Bullock: Magic Mike XXL trailer makes me 'ovulate'

SANDRA Bullock says watching the trailers for 'Magic Mike XXL' makes her "ovulate".

The 50-year-old actress has admitted seeing hunky actors Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello and Adam Rodriguez take their clothes off in the trailer for their upcoming 'Magic Mike' sequel gets her hot under the collar.

She shared: "It's just you see the trailers, and I know they're sort of winking at you, but then I ovulate. You don't know what I'm talking about?"

The 'Gravity' star opened up during an interview on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' and confessed that despite being a proud independent woman, she can't help but find herself aroused when she catches a glimpse of the teaser trailers. 

She explained: "Well it's weird, you think you're a strong woman. I can think for myself. I've got my own business. I'm a mom. [Then] it just happens." 

Ellen - who is married to the actress Portia de Rossi - admits that she too can appreciate that the stars of the movie are "handsome".

However, Sandra then insists that it's more than that, saying: "It's the hmmm hmmm. You know, that thing ... There's something that just happens."

The 57-year-old chat show host then tells a visibly worked up Sandra - who has an adopted son named Louis - to "settle down".

Topics:  entertainment magic mike movie sandra bullock

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Council spending $50k to entice tourists to South Burnett

Mayor Keith Campbell.

Money will be split across three portfolios

Sewing haven reopens in more convenient place

SEW HAPPY TO BE HERE: Alisellou Designs and 95 Needles owner Sylvia Berkett (centre) with Bernina representative Joy Harvey and staff member Shirley Ikin at the store grand opening on March 20.

Successful sewing shop opens after outgrowing previous store.

Seeing a GP not always an option

Kylie Douma was refused entry in the hospital emergency department after no local GP was available to see her.

What to do with a lack of GPs.

Local Partners