"The Graham Norton Show" in the U.K. is starting to earn a worldwide reputation for classic moments of celebrity spontaneity. 


Earlier this month, Will Smith was on the program and randomly performed the iconic theme song for his breakout television show, "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air." 


"That is the thing that I am most known for," he said. "As long as they are screaming Will, I'm cool … It is so funny that so many people recognize that theme song."


Now, we get word that Cameron Diaz and Sir David Attenborough shared a bit of flirtatious chemistry this week during an interview to air May 25. According to IMDB, the 39-year-old actress was seated next to the 86-year-old television personality and naturalist when she revealed her love for his work. 


"I am so excited to meet you because I wanted to be a zoologist," she said. "I thought I would be one for my entire life and I did end up studying animals, but human animals. As an actor that's what I do, but I find so many surprises when I watch your shows."


Attenborough replied, "I could teach you all sorts of things. You should see the outtakes." Diaz then responded playfully, "Perhaps we could have a private viewing!"


Attenborough's new stunning series, "Kingdom of Plants," airs this weekend on Sky 3D. You can check out a trailer for the series below. 



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Cameron Diaz flirts with Sir David Attenborough
The actress and the legendary naturalist share a moment while appearing on 'The Graham Norton Show.'