While appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Tuesday, Kidman, Robbie and Theron -- who all star in the upcoming film "Bombshell -- participated in the daytime talk show's infamous game of "Who'd You Rather."
However, this time there was a twist: Kidman, Robbie and Ellen were tasked with choosing the men for Theron in a game titled "Who Would Charlize Rather?" And things got awkward fast!
"Don't feel sorry for her, we're going to find her somebody today," Ellen joked.
"I'm shocked," Theron said to Robbie and Kidman. "I thought I was in a relationship with both of you."
"They're married so they can't help you," Ellen quipped in reply. "Y'all probably know her better than I do because I really haven't hung out with her, but I'd like to think that we're best friends. So let's show two men and we'll narrow it down."
First two bachelors up? Drake and The Weeknd. Although Ellen suggested Drake, Theron said she thinks she is "too old" for "The Drake." Ultimately, Robbie and Kidman chose The Weekend.
The next round -- Milo Ventimiglia vs. The Weekend -- proved there was a glitch in the system as they realized Ventimiglia isn't single. "Guys, we should probably start with single men," Theron said. Ventimiglia was still chosen as the winner.
Things started to get a little awkward in round 3 as Trevor Noah was brought into the mix. Though Theron said the late-night host and fellow South African is "her brother," Ellen made the executive decision to choose Noah.
Jake Gyllenhaal was then thrown into the mix, which Ellen's audience seemed to be a huge fan of. However, they were even bigger fans of the next bachelor: Michael B. Jordan. Robbie, Kidman, Ellen and even Theron were all thrilled with the new addition as well.
"Oh yeah, okay," Theron said. "He's amazing, I love him."
"I don't think we're going to be able to top Michael," Ellen added.
The "Black Panther" star easily beat out the next contender, Harry Styles. "I literally could be his mother!" Theron joked.
However, the next round quickly became really awkward as Lenny Kravitz was put up against Jordan. Ellen seemingly forgot that Kidman dated Kravitz in the early 2000s.
"Have you ever dated him?" Ellen asked Theron, who replied, "No. I've never dated Lenny." The Oscar-winner then turned to Kidman and pointed out how she dated "The Hunger Games" star. "Okay! This is awkward! Move on!" Kidman joked.
After Kravtiz was, understandably, ousted, it was Jordan vs. Brad Pitt for the final round. And the winner was... Michael B. Jordan!
Theron, Robbie and Kidman star in the upcoming drama, "Bombshell," which follows the story of the many women who allegedly faced years of sexual harassment by Roger Ailes at Fox News. While Robbie's character is created for the film, Kidman plays Gretchen Carlson while Theron transforms into Megyn Kelly.
When asked by Ellen if she's spoken to Kelly, Theron said, "No. So we used a lot of source material in finding the story and also spoke to a lot of women who were part of the story."
"Some of them were still working at Fox. Some of them really didn't want their names out there," she continued. "So as a team we've just decided to really kind of protect our sources."
Theron added that Kelly is "fully aware" of the film and hopes she sees it.
Watch the brand new trailer for "Bombshell" below, which hits theaters December 20, 2019.
The ladies also played a game of "don't burst my bubly" to raise money in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition, Ellen released an exclusive new trailer for "Bombshell." Check it out: