We all know that Iman was David Bowie's greatest love, but he also had a memorable romance with Susan Sarandon.
The "Thelma and Louise" star and the late musician were linked after they starred together in 1983's "The Hunger."
The actress is notoriously-private about her personal life, but she talked a little bit about Bowie during her appearance on "Watch What Happens Live" on Thursday night.
When a caller asked if she would describe her love affair with the rock icon, the 69-year-old star replied, "Absolutely not."
"I didn’t know you had a love affair with David Bowie," host Andy Cohen pressed his guest. "Oh, god, where have you been?" Sarandon jokingly responded.
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When Cohen asked about the kind of man Bowie was, Susan only had good things to say about him.
"Oh, brilliant, gracious, funny, private but really smart. I loved the way that he just kept changing up. He didn’t stick to one thing," she said. "Pretty brave. I mean, when I knew him, he was pretty stable, as opposed to early days maybe. By ‘The Hunger,’ he was very productive. Found a great love in Iman."
To keep the conversation light, Cohen followed up by asking if she "ever [smoked] it up with David Bowie" to which she replied, "Yeah." Then, she gave Cohen a high-five!
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