Anastacia has revealed she is still looking for the ''love of her life'' but is very focused on her career.
Anastacia is yet to ever find the ''love of her life''.
The 48-year-old star - who married her bodyguard Wayne Newton in 2007 before they split three years later - admits she has never found her true Mr. Right and prefers to focus on her career.
She said: ''My relationships have never been the true love of my life so far.
''Until I had enough time to realise the love that each one of us as human beings search for was already there for me, I just didn't quite absorb it that way.
''You have to know what your major priority is and mine is my career. I love my family, granted, but I mean, the bills gotta get paid.''
While the 'I'm Outta Love' hitmaker is concentrating on herself, she still gets chatted up by guys - but they are often already married and speak to her when she is shopping in home improvement stores.
She added to Now magazine: ''I go to Home Depot, the place where you buy nails and hammers.
''But a lot of the men in there chatting you up have wedding rings on and you're like, 'You ain't right, brother.' Guys will be guys - they're not dead because they're married. I'm fully aware of what the situation is now.''
Meanwhile, Anastacia previously revealed she is dating again but has no plans to get married.
She explained: ''I am dating. I don't want to be specific but I am enjoying it. I wouldn't marry again but I would totally commit and be someone's soulmate.
''I've done a lot of soul searching and it's my career that is the love of my life. I've spent a long time searching but I've had it with me, my whole life.''
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