Looks like Lauren Goodger isn't fancying her chances of finding love in the new series of The Only Way Is Essex.
Lauren - who split up with fiance Mark Wright before he departed the show - has admitted she doesn't think any of the new blokes will compare to the Lothario.
But when asked if she thought she would be hooking up with any of the latest recruits, she said: "I don't think there is anyone. I haven't met anyone yet but I don't think there are no new Mark Wrights unfortunately."
And the newly brunette star admitted her latest image change was not a case of new hair, new man.
"I've been brunette before and it's just a bit of an image change. It's a new series and it's a new Lauren," she said on the red carpet of last night's National Television Awards.
But despite being "a new Lauren", she's still talking about her ex even though he won't appear in the new series of TOWIE.
The star admitted her and the Take Me Out: The Gossip host are "still very good friends" and still look out for each other.
"With me and Mark we've had so many ups and downs, we were together for so long - the famous 10 years - we're there for each other," she said. "We come together, we come from normal jobs, normal backgrounds and now our lives are different.
"Things have changed but we're still very good friends, which is nice. I'm happy and that's the way I want to keep it."
She also teased what we can expect to see from the fourth series of the 'reality soap', promising it would be very "girly".
"This year it is more about the girls - there's about 200 girls and about two guys. We're more of a unit now," she said.
"It's very fun and very girly. I've got a new role in it - obviously it's not all about my relationship anymore."
Thank goodness for that.
ALL THE BACKSTAGE GOSS FROM THE RED CARPET AT THE NTAs 2012:
It doesn't look like Janet Street Porter is a fan of her fellow Loose Woman Denise Welch. When we asked how she thought Denise was getting on in the Celebrity Big Brother house, she said, "I haven't watched any of it" before storming off. We sense a Loose Women feud... Meanwhile newly seperated Andrea McLean dodged all journalists, and poor Carol Voderman struggled with her dress as her straps were constantly falling down to the point where she gave up on them.
Tulisa didn't chat to any press on the red carpet, presumably to avoid any awkward questions about her recent split with bandmate Fazer.
Joey Essex proved he really is as dim as his on screen persona - when we asked him "who are you backing to win Celebrity Big Brother?", he replied "what do you mean?" Honestly, you couldn't make it up.
EastEnders' Shona McGarty and Matt Lapinskas (aka Whitney and Anthony) looked very loved up on the red carpet kissing and cuddling as they chatted to press.
Phillip Schofield said there was no bad feelings between Holly Willoughby and Christine Bleakley over Dancing On Ice and revealed the pair had been hitting the town together. His wife Steph looked very cute as she patiently waited for him to answer everyone's questions.
Weirdest celeb friendship of the evening went to Rita Simons (aka EastEnders' Roxy Mitchell) and The Apprentice winner Tom Pellereau who had a good old chin wag as they waited for pals. But then again, she is Lord Sugar's niece.
Kerry Katona was spotted chatting to and hugging her ex-manager Claire Powell - looks like the pair have buried the hatchet then. She also had a lot to say about CBB's Nicola McLean...
Lauren Goodger admitted she didn't think any of the new TOWIE cast would compare to her ex Mark Wright.
Fearne Cotton stole the night fashion-wise in her sparkly frock and scraped back pony tail. And she looked very loved up as she arrived with boyfriend Jesse Wood.
Alan Carr is our new best friend - when he spotted us taking a sneaky pic on our phone, he started posing and blowing kisses. Wonder what his boyfriend thought!
Jess Wright teased us about her rumoured relationship with Joey Essex, telling us to "wait and see" what happens between the pair. Meanwhile, he told us "I'm not really ready for a girlfriend". Awkward.
Dragons Den's Hilary DeVey was one of the last stars to arrive, turning up 15 minutes after the show had started in her Bentley. She had to be helped by two people to get her dress out of the car.
Gary Barlow may have picked up two gongs but he nearly missed getting them altogether as he was late for the ceremony after getting stuck in a traffic jam.