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Britney Spears Talks Dating: ‘It’s Just Too Much, It’s Silly’

She’s good, thanks. Britney Spears opened up about her love life during a recent talk show appearance, noting that she’s so over dating right now because it’s just too much of a hassle.

“A lot of men are about games,” she said on The Jonathan Ross Show, according to the U.K. Express. “It’s just the mind game with guys, the calling back and texting, it’s just too much, it’s silly. Actually, I’m not looking for men right now, I’m really happy with myself. I’m not looking for anything, I’m fine with the way I am.”

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Britney Spears on ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’ Brian J Ritchie/Hotsauce

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Spears, 34, added that her requests in a relationship are pretty straightforward: “i like someone that’s just nice overall, just a nice guy really is groundbreaking in this world.”

The “Make Me …” singer was last linked to TV producer Charlie Ebersol, but the pair split after eight months of dating in June 2015.

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Britney Spears on ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’ Brian J Ritchie/Hotsauce

Prior to Ebersol, Spears most recently dated David Lucado for approximately one year (the couple parted ways in August 2014), Jason Trawick for four years (they called off their engagement in January 2013), and Adnan Ghalib, a paparazzo she had previously dated in 2008.

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Over the course of her very public life, Spears has also had two failed marriages — the first with childhood friend Jason Alexander, whom she married during a spontaneous Vegas wedding. The second was with former backup dancer Kevin Federline, with whom she shares two sons, Sean Preston, 11, and Jayden, 10.

On Thursday, September 29, the mom of two admitted that she was not a fan of her twenties, and much prefers to be 30, flirty and thriving.

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“I like my thirties way more than my twenties,” she said during an appearance on British talk show Lorraine. “My twenties were horrible! [Being] in my teens was fun, but I like my thirties. … You know who you really are.”

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