Cher isn't heartbroken about splitting from former Hell's Angel Tim Medvetz, after a five year on/off relationship.
Cher isn't heartbroken about splitting from Tim Medvetz.
The 'Believe' singer started dating former Hell's Angel - who is 24 years her junior - in 2008 but ''isn't grieving '' since dumping him.
The 67-year-old star told Attitude Magazine: ''The one who does the breaking doesn't do the grieving.''
Cher claims one man she truly loved was Robert Camilletti, whom she dated in the 80s.
The press dubbed Robert ''bagel boy'' because he worked in a bagel store but Cher claimed the ''sex was great'' and he was perfect.
She added: ''There was drama in the end but it had nothing to do with him and me. It was just that the paparazzi ruined our lives completely.
''There were two of them that were following us and we got a restraining order against them.''
The iconic singer hasn't ruled out falling in love again and wants a man who is kind but not too smart, because they can end up being ''too into themselves.''
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