Lucy Hale is still single, but finds it ''kinda nice'', because she's free to have fun doing her ''own thing''.
Lucy Hale is still single, but finds it ''kinda nice''.
The 29-year-old actress has admitted she isn't in the market for a partner right now, because she's having enough fun doing her ''own thing'', but says she isn't planning on staying single forever as she'd love to experience a fairytale romance some day.
When asked if she wants to find love, the former 'Pretty Little Liars' star said: ''Yeah, I want that [fairytale romance]. I'm not [dating] right now, but you know, it's kinda nice doing my own thing.''
Lucy is a fan of reality series 'The Bachelor', and has said that if she found herself looking for love in a situation like that, she'd likely be too shy to step forward and get herself noticed by the hunky singleton.
Asked by People magazine what kind of 'Bachelor' contestant she thinks she'd be, Lucy said: ''I feel like I would get extremely shy. I would be the girl that just sits in the background and just watches the stuff going down. I would love to just sit in the corner and watch the other girls go crazy. I mean, I'm a little crazy too but not that crazy.''
The 'Truth or Dare' star won't be turning to dating apps to find love in the future though, as she previously slammed social media as a ''disease'', and said she was forced to delete her social networking sites because it was affecting her health.
She said: ''It's almost like a disease. We're all so addicted to it, and to what other people are saying.
''Honestly, I know it sounds cheesy to say that social media was affecting my happiness, but it really was. It was important for me to disconnect from that, to put down my phone occasionally and live the life around me.
''It's everyone on their best days, posting a picture they've probably taken a hundred times and put a million filters on.
''I'm not saying that I'm not looking for validation, because I'm not, but it's nice to be at an age and time in my life where that's not the most important thing, because for a long time, it was. It's not anymore; I broke free.'''
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