Chris Hemsworth and Margot Robbie's quiz show battle

Making a splash The 28-year-old director had made the bold choice of wearing very tiny shorts for a gym session

"Who are we going to run into?'" Little did he know.

Ellen starts off the amusing quiz by saying, "Whoever gets the most right is the best Australian - besides my wife Portia".

Chris Hemsworth and Margot Robbie are putting their Australiana knowledge to the test!

Questions included, naming an Olivia Newton-John song, do their best Crocodile Dundee impression, and name the birthplace of Nicole Kidman. "I'm scared because my husband is going to kill me for telling this story, but it's my favorite story ever", Robbie began the side-splitting tale. And "Who would you prefer, Chris or Liam?"

While the incident may have been mortifying for Ackerley, Robbie did get to talk to the former president and found out that he thought she was a "very talented" actress.

Robbie and husband Tom Ackerley at the Golden Globes in Los Angeles on January 7. Tom made a decision to wear his oldest, smallest shorts to work out in because, as Margot explains his thinking was, "Who are we going to run into?"

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All three were on treadmills at the gym.

In the end, Chris won, but as he said in his Instagram post, "I came away with the win and a jar of vegemite but we were both winners when we shared a delicious vegemite sandwich afterward". "In a gym that is tiny!"

The "starstruck" pair introduced themselves then everyone joined a stretching class where Ackerley was urged by the trainer to lunge deeper. "And he's dying, and I'm crying so much I'm about to crack a rib", she joked.

"Ellen looks over and says 'Boy those were the wrong shorts to wear today!"'

"We were like, "Oh, I don't really wanna work out, but I guess we could do something at the gym".

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