The 35-year-old actress, who presented the award for Best Supporting Actor at the BAFTAs on Sunday, started flirting with the Beasts of No Nation actor and told the room full of A-listers how “nervous” he made her feel during her speech.
She said: “Sorry Idris Elba you’re making me a bit nervous, I’m just psychologically programmed to want chocolate on Valentine’s Day.”
The blonde beauty also got star struck by the amount of good looking actors nominated, and joked that she was excited about “consoling the four losers.”
She quipped: “Five really attractive men have been nominated and I really look forward to congratulating the winner, although I’m looking forward even more to consoling the four losers.”
The Pitch Perfect star also spoke of the lack of diversity at the Oscars labeling the prestigious ceremony “racist,” before praising the BAFTAs for being “diverse.”
Speaking on stage at The Royal Opera House, she said: “It’s so great to be here at this really serious event. I have never been invited to the Oscars because as you know they are racist. But the BAFTAs have diverse members and that’s what we call want to see in life isn’t it, diverse members. One day I hope to return here to win a BAFTA myself. I have already been practicing my transgendered face.”