The actress charms the comedian and his audience during first-ever appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
Sandra Bullock and Jimmy Kimmel have been Hollywood stars for decades, but their careers collided for the first time on Sunday night when she made her "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" debut and taught the late-night host how to describe himself in German.
Little-known fact about the Oscar winner: She's fluent in German after splitting her childhood growing up in Washington, D.C., and Germany.
"Does it make me more fascinating to you now?" the "Oceans 8" star asked the comedian.
"In a way, it makes me feel like you've been hiding something," Kimmel responded.
The late-night host asked if Bullock would say something in German for the audience, but the actress suggested that she teach him something instead.
"Ich bin ein Arschloch," Bullock said, which Kimmel mimicked. The whole exchange was bleeped out, so it was easy to tell Bullock had something up her sleeve.
"Does that mean I'm an asshole?" Kimmel asked. And yes, yes it does.
Since the rare Sunday episode was airing after Game 2 of the NBA finals, Bullock also talked about her time as a cheerleader in high school. However, despite cheering them on, the Oscar winner doesn't know very much about basketball.
"I had no idea what I was cheering about," Bullock said. "I was not well versed in basketball terminology, but I had spirit." The actress explained that she was at the bottom of the pyramid, but admitted that she had to look to the head cheerleader in order to get the correct cues of what was going on, so she knew when to act excited.
See more from Bullock's first-ever "Jimmy Kimmel Live" visit below.
"Oceans 8" hits theaters this Friday.