These 5 celebrities can’t seem to track down the right guy for them. Some end up dating douche after douche and never seem to get anywhere romantically, while others have been through a divorce or long term relationship and are having difficulties finding someone new now that they’re open to dating again for the first time in years. Some blame the place they live for lacking the right kind of men, while others say that they are rarely flirted with and simply can’t manage to get a guy interested. Hopefully they’ll find the right guy someday, but for now these 5 ladies are still searching for the perfect man.
Emilia says other actors don’t flirt with her on set so she’s finding it hard to bag a man of her own: “A lot of people seem to think actors and actresses are all over each other during rehearsals but it’s simply not true. I don’t really know why no one has asked me out. I don’t think I’m particularly intimidating, do you?”
Teri says her singledom can get boring but she simply can’t find the right person anywhere: “There’s no guy in my life. I think this must be every single woman’s plight – where do you go to meet men? Men are not pounding down my door. Every woman I know who is single is having trouble finding the right guy. My life’s pretty full so I’m not walking around with a big empty feeling wondering where my boyfriend is, but I can’t say I’m immune to it either.”
Stephanie can’t seem to find the right guy and blames her location: ”I can’t find the right man here in Los Angeles. I think I should come to the UK, I’m very picky and I’d rather be single than settle. The qualities I look for in a guy I haven’t seen. I just want someone who’s nerdy, sweet and who doesn’t have an agenda. He has to be goofy and passionate about what he does.”
Rihanna thinks there is a man drought going on because she can’t find the right person: “I feel like it’s hard for everybody! I don’t think it has anything to do with being famous. There’s just a major drought out there. I just need to find the person who balances me out, because then things like my schedule won’t matter. I’ve done it before, so I know I can do it again.”
Jenny believes there are no real men in L.A. which makes finding someone she’s attracted to harder:”I’m single. I mean, I don’t know. It’s so hard out here in L.A. The guys are like chicks out here. There’s no real guy guys, so maybe importing from somewhere will be smart. Anyone not from L.A. I think.”