Diane Keaton\u2019s career began in 1966 and since then she\u2019s become prolific both for her acting prowess and her iconic wardrobe. One of her most celebrated films is First Wives Club, of which she has plenty of strong feelings - and yes, even a favorite scene. The movie stars Keaton, 75, along with Goldie Hawn and Bette Midler as divorcees wronged by their husbands for younger women. The 1996 film offers some exhilarating scenes, one of which is actually a favorite of Keaton\u2019s new generations might call \u201ciconic,\u201d and though she loves the scene, Keaton isn\u2019t quite sure what that means. Diane Keaton shares her favorite scene from \u2018First Wives Club\u2019 Diane Keaton's favorite First Wives Club line is more of a whole scene \/ YouTube On June 11, Interview Magazine shared an interview featuring First Wives Club star Diane Keaton. In it, she received questions from 25 famous stars in their fields such as acting, music, and the like. One inquiry came from Ariana Grande, who first asked, \u201cWhat is your favorite line or scene from The First Wives Club?\u201d RELATED: Goldie Hawn Confirms A \u2018First Wives Club\u2019 Reunion With Bette Midler And Diane Keaton To this, Keaton revealed, \u201cIt\u2019s not a line, but performing the song \u201cYou Don\u2019t Own Me\u201d was so fun.\u201d The moment in question comes near the end of the film where each woman goes about finding closure in her own way. Keaton\u2019s Annie MacDuggan-Paradis rejects the advances of her estranged husband Aaron after fighting so hard to rekindle affections. Instead, she and the women perform the ballad \u201cYou Don\u2019t Own Me,\u201d originally recorded by Lesley Gore. What exactly does it mean to be iconic? FIRST WIVES CLUB, Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton, Bette Midler, 1996 Hearing this, Grande pressed, \u201cHow does it feel to be so iconic?\u201d At this, Keaton had answers and questions of her own. She began, \u201cI don\u2019t exactly understand what that means but it\u2019s very kind of you to say.\u201d Keaton then countered, \u201cCan you explain to me how I\u2019m iconic? What is that?\u201d To Keaton, it may be her favorite scene in First Wives Club, but thinking of it as \u201ciconic\u201d as modern viewers might call it is surreal, even unbelievable. \u201cI understand certain aspects of it, but it\u2019s hard for me to deal with that,\u201d she explained. \u201cI don\u2019t really see it that way. I live with myself and I\u2019m hardly iconic. I get up in the morning and it\u2019s me again. I\u2019m just another person saying, \u2018Gee, I\u2019d better feed the dog.\u2019\u201d Liam Neeson in The Good Mother still holds the title of her favorite on-screen lover \/ Everett Collection As for the famously single actress\u2019 favorite on-screen lover, she has one of those too. The question, \u201cAm I the best on-screen lover you\u2019ve ever had in your long list of leading men?\u201d was posed by her 1988 The Good Mother co-star Liam Neeson. To this, she assured, \u201cYes, of course. That goes without saying. And you're easy on the eyes. I don\u2019t think I\u2019ve seen you in 30 years, but yes, you\u2019re the best on-screen lover ever. No hesitation on that." As for her favorite on-screen kiss, however, that goes to Morgan Freeman in 2014\u2019s 5 Flights Up.