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4 September 2012, 11:24
The N-Dubz star opens up about her private life as she reveals that she would give up fame for the right man.
Tulisa Contostavlos has revealed that men are "scared" of her making it difficult to find the right man.
The 'Young' singer is currently preparing to release her debut solo album, but admitted that she would trade her fame for the perfect boyfriend.
"There's nowhere for me to meet anyone. Men are scared of me and won't approach me. Even if I like someone and I'm fluttering my eyelashes, they still run a mile," she said.
"So I wouldn’t have dates if I didn’t approach people. That’s why I go for really tough lads because only they can handle it."
Tulisa, who is a judge on The X Factor, opens up about her private life in the new edition of Look magazine:
Tulisa said that if she could find the right man she would like to move to the countryside.
She told Look magazine: "Everything goes great in my career but my personal life has just been s**t. Fame and money - I don’t give a c**p about all that stuff.
"If you could put me in a little house in the countryside with a picket fence, a husband, dogs and a family where I can feel love and happiness, I would trade that in a second."
In an interview with Capital FM recently, the singer also opened up about reading the popular adult novel Fifty Shades Of Grey saying she found it "brilliant" but wasn't shocked by the content.