The former 'Friends' actress - who has in recent years had a string of unsuccessful relationships with several famous men, including actor Vice Vaughn and musician John Mayer - admits the initial feeling of falling for someone is still her favourite thing, and she hasn't given up on finding the right man.
She said: "I love the feeling of having butterflies in my stomach. Love is the greatest challenge for all of us. You can't control love, you don't even choose it. On the contrary, I think love chooses you, you need to be open to love. I am, I think it should be spontaneous."
The 41-year-old actress insists she isn't affected by media speculation about her love life, and insists she actually enjoys reading rumours about herself in magazines.
She added in an interview in Britain's OK! magazine: "I love reading about what my love life is like! I've been dealing with speculation about virtually every aspect of my personal life for years. I've grown indifferent to all stories. So much gets written that it begins to turn off the public and people stop believing all the c**p."
Jennifer does her best to live "as quietly" as she can, and credits yoga with helping her "both physically and emotionally".