Singer-songwriter Mollie King has revealed she would ''love'' to find Mr Right.
Mollie King would ''love'' to find Mr Right.
The 30-year-old singer - who previously dated British model David Gandy - has revealed that while she doesn't need to find a man to make herself feel complete, she remains eager to find true love.
Mollie shared: ''I don't feel like I need somebody, but I obviously would love somebody.
''I love being in love. I literally love being in love. I'm so romantic. I'm such a girly girl.''
The former Saturdays singer revealed she's taken inspiration from the characters in the popular TV series 'Sex And The City', who relished life after turning 30.
And, as a result, Mollie insisted she's not going to a start a new relationship for the sake of it.
Of the fictional show, Mollie told Women's Health magazine: ''They're all over 30 and having the time of their lives.
''I'm like, 'Okay, if Carrie Bradshaw can have that lifestyle, I've nothing to worry about.'''
Mollie is currently starring on the BBC show 'Strictly Come Dancing', which demands many hours of hard practice with her professional partner AJ Pritchard.
The blonde beauty's time on the programme has helped her to shape her enviable figure - but Mollie admits there are still parts of her body that she's not totally happy with.
She shared: ''There are bits that I would like to ... okay, pretty much every part of my body I'd like to improve.
''I would love to do more sport to get fit. I need to work on my obliques to try and nip in my tummy.
''But I do think you get to a point where you have to accept yourself and say: 'This is my figure, and I could work on it, but I'm never going to drastically change it.'''
Mollie confessed she'd like a bigger ''booty'', but she added: ''I'm never going to be Nicki Minaj.''
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