Michelle Rodriguez: “I Couldn’t Last Six Months With Somebody, I’m a Picky Little Bitch”

Michelle Rodriguez
Michelle Rodriguez opens up in Interview magazine Gregory Harris

Well, it’s a good thing Zac Efron moved on. Michelle Rodriguez opened up to Milla Jovovich during an interview with Interview magazine and said she couldn’t last in a longterm relationship, let alone imagine herself having kids right now.

“Look at me!,” Rodriguez, 36, whose flings include Efron and Cara Delevingne, exclaimed to Jovovich when she asked about women balancing work and home life. “I have absolutely nothing consistent in my life. But that's where serendipity comes in and I love that. One day I'm going to have to sacrifice that to bring life into the world. But the more I can hold off on that, the happier I'll be. It's scary for me. I'm a lone wolf…the thought of being in a long-lasting relationship? Psh, I couldn't last more than six months with somebody, let alone have a father figure around for a kid."

Michelle Rodriguez Interview

The idea of motherhood feels far-fetched for the Fast Furious actress, she admits, because she hasn’t accomplished everything she has set out to.

“Having kids — don't leave that s–t to me. I'll get a surrogate,” Rodriguez told Jovovich, now a mother of two. “I do what I want, when I want, how I want, and because of that, it has taken me so long to grow into an adult human being. I wouldn't want to sacrifice the last years that I have of being youthful in this business to have kids…It's been 15 years since I was the lead in my own feature, in Girlfight. So I haven't done what I came here to do…I don't want to sell myself short by having a kid and then regret not doing what I set out to do.”

Michelle Rodriguez Interview

As for choosing film roles — as well as lovers — the Avatar actress concludes: “I’m a picky little bitch. I hate everything. I say no to everything. That's my problem.”

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