Kenny Chesney still believes in love after his brief marriage to Renee Zellweger and hopes the lessons he has learned from the doomed union will help him find happiness.
The country singer wed the Oscar-winning actress in May 2005 after a whirlwind romance and despite them splitting four months later, Kenny still believes in love and hopes the doomed union will help him find happiness in the future.
He said: "I think everybody learns, I Hope. I recorded a song one time, called I 'Done A Lot of Things Different.' Of course I would have done things different, in my personal life.
"Do I still believe in falling in love? Sure. Do I think it exists? Yep. Have I felt it? Yes, and who wouldn't want to feel that again."
The brief marriage also hasn't put Kenny off the idea of having a family and the 43-year-old singer revealed he is looking forward to having kids in the future.
Asked on 'In The Spotlight with Robin Roberts' if he wants children, he said: "Oh, of course, No Doubt about it. I really don't envision, you know, everything in my life revolving around sound check and catering at 5 o'clock... I don't want that."
Kenny previously revealed he believed his marriage to Renee had failed because he "panicked".
He said: "I panicked. I look at my life as a box... So everything that I put in - learn how to play guitar, put that in the box. The friends I made. I put that in the box, and my career grew. That box I built grew into this wonderful house. And you protect everything and all the relationships and all the people that helped you build that house."