Gemma Collins ruled out finding a new man for the rest of 2020 as she opened up about her love life on the most recent episode of her podcast.
The former TOWIE star, 39, discussed how people have found love during lockdown.
But The GC admitted that she's slamming the brakes on her lovelife this year – which rules out her getting back with James Argent who she has been in an on-off relationship with.
She said said: "Personally guys I haven’t found love in lockdown, it’s definitely off my agenda until next year.
"I am not interested, it is put on hold and I just think you know what, yeah, i'd like to think that love is happening for people in lockdown but i just don’t see how it's going to work!"
The star also told how she feared potential matches on a dating app might not actually look like their pictures.
She added: "There's lots of cat-fishing out there, so many people edit their pictures so much these days you don't recognise them in person when you meet up with them!
"So for me I'm not thinking about love in lockdown. The only person I'm loving is myself."
Her comments on her love life comes weeks after she was seen with James at Circolo Popolare in London for a slap-up meal – three months after their last split.
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It was claimed that Arg had fallen back in love with Gemma's sweet 'candy'.
A source told The Sun: "Arg confessed he’s so in love with her and wants to be with her forever."
The pair first started dating back in 2012 after meeting on TOWIE and have had several high-profile bust ups in the past.
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Gemma said she was "absolutely heartbroken" over their most recent split as she shared screenshots of their text messages.
She had supported Arg through his drug issues, after he admitted to relying on cocaine for seven years and had almost died twice from overdoses.
He managed to get clean with the help of Gemma and close friends like Mark Wright, spending time in rehabilitation facilities.
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