Caroline Flack may be dating again but it doesn't mean she's looking for love.
The Love Island host has moved on from her heartbreaking split from Andrew Brady and has said she dated more than ever in the last year.
Caroline, 39, said that she's been open to meeting different people and has been saying yes to those that may not have been her type.
She's been fitting in dates around her busy work schedule but has insisted she's only looking for fun and doesn't want to dive into something serious.
Cazza – who has been linked with Danny Cipriani and her personal trainer Bradley Simmonds – added: "Dating doesn't mean sleeping with loads of people, by the way."
Speaking to Fabulous mag , the TV beauty said: "I’ve been on more dates this year than I have in my whole life. I'm not a dater – I've always been with one person and then heartbroken and: ‘Oh, I’m never going to meet anyone again'."
"It’s more that I've said yes to a drink with a lot of people this year – people I wouldn't have said yes to before. People that in the past I might have said: ‘Ah, he’s not my type'," she explained.
With her failed relationship firmly in the past Caroline said that dating has been "eye-opening and refreshing" but the main thing was having fun with it and not taking herself too seriously.
Caroline has been linked to a number of men in the last few months including her personal trainer Bradley Simmonds.
Caroline was also linked to rugby star Danny Cipriani.
The pair were rumoured to have enjoyed a 'two night hotel tyrst' back in April, before Caroline called things off.
Danny, a fly-half for England, has dated a string of famous women, including Kelly Brook, Katie Price and Kirsty Gallacher.
While Caroline's other ex, Andrew Brady jetted off to Australia in the wake of their break-up to start a new life Down Under.
After landing in Sydney in January, Andrew, 28, was spotted turning to an online group for backpackers to try and land himself a job.
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