Ronda Rousey Is Ready To Dance The Night Away With Her Marine Suitor

He'd better behave, though.

Ronda Rousey's idea of an ideal date might be doing absolutely nothing, but she's not averse to getting fancied up for a big night out with the right guy -- as long as he's polite about it.

Rousey is the latest famous lady to field an invitation to a Marine Corps Ball, when U.S. Marine Jarrod Hashert asked her to be his date via a Facebook post that has since gone viral.

Her response? Sure! ...But with a few caveats.

"He’s cute. He’s gotta be a gentleman, though, I’m not a first date kind of girl,” Rousey told TMZ. And also: “He needs to find dates for my girls and then we’ll all go."

Unspoken subtext: These guys had better be on their best behavior, lest they get their military butts handed to them by Ronda Rousey and her girl squad.

Meanwhile, Rousey isn't the first celebrity civilian to end up at one of these fancy Marine balls. Here's the list of stars who have said "yes" in previous years:

  • Mila Kunis

    Mila Kunis kicked off the celebrities-at-balls trend when Sgt. Scott Moore invited her to the big dance back in 2010.

  • Kristin Cavallari
    E! Online/Lance Cpl. Jonathan Burkett

    The next year, our own "The Hills" star dazzled at a Marine Corps Ball in California on the arm of Lance Cpl. Jonathan Burkett.

  • Justin Timberlake

    Not only is JT the only dude on our list, but he was the most eloquent about what it was like to spend an evening surrounded by the servicemembers he called his heroes.

  • Kim Kardashian

    And finally, the reality TV star made Sgt. Martin Gardner's day and/or entire life when she joined him at the Marine Corps Ball in November 2012.