Gerard Butler was rated an "11" out of 10 for his bedroom skills by "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville, but apparently the affair wasn't as memorable to the actor.
TMZ caught up with Butler after Glanville's interview aired (see video below) and asked the "300" actor for advice since he was rated so highly. Butler only had one thing to say, "Who's Brandi Glanville?"
Glanville, who was previously married to Eddie Cibrian, said on Bravo's talk show "Watch What Happens Live" that Butler was the most famous person she had hooked up with. She went on to say that the pair had "a little week of fun... over the summer."
Glanville has already defended herself over the actor's comment, telling RumorFix.com that the actor called her and told her he had made the comment to TMZ to keep his privacy.
"He called me last night and told me he said it," Glanville told the entertainment site. "He is upset because he is a private person. I don't lie so I don't really care."
She also told Andy Cohen that they needed to get Butler on his show to get the real truth, "I think we need to get GB on with u to play plead the 5th!! Get to the truth."
Butler, 42, recently opened up about a potentially fatal surfing accident he sustained while filming his upcoming surfer movie "Of Men and Mavericks" in Northern California.
Butler began his on-screen career in the late 1990s after previously working as a lawyer in his native Scotland. His breakout roles came in 2004, when he played the villain in the musical film "The Phantom of the Opera" and in 2006, when he starred in the fantasy action blockbuster "300."
Meanwhile, Glanville rung in the New Year marrying her friend, martial arts manager Darin Harvey. The pair told fans on Twitter that there was no pre-nuptial agreement and they plan to annul the marriage.
Glanville, 39, who has worked as a runway and print model for over 17 years, has two sons, Mason, 8, and Jake, 4, with Cibrian, who married country singer LeAnn Rimes in April.
The reality star opened up about her ex-husband on her first episode of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which aired in September.
Glanville and Rimes have had bad blood since Rimes and Cibrian went public with their romance back in 2009. The couple fell in love on the set of their Lifetime film "Northern Lights." At the time Cibrian was still married to Glanville while Rimes was married to Dean Sheremet. Rimes and Sheremet divorced in June 2010.
Watch Gerard Butler's TMZ comment and Brandi Glanville's clip from "Watch What Happens Live" below.