Lisa Snowdon is looking for a boyfriend and she believes she could find her 'Mr. Right' in one of the supermarkets she shops at.
LISA SNOWDON wants to date a supermarket worker.
The radio presenter - who was previously in a five year on/off relationship with George Clooney - admits her love life is in a dire state at the moment and she thinks it's time to spread her romantic search to food stores because that's where she spends all her time.
The Capital FM DJ exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''My love life is really rubbish at the moment.
''I think I might my find my ideal man in Whole Foods or a supermarket because that's where I always am, looking for food.
''Maybe it'll be one of the managers. It will be like, 'Ding-Dong aisle three - found him!' ''
Although she is actively on the hunt for her 'Mr. Right', Lisa admits she only has herself to blame for her romantic woes because she is so picky when it comes to men.
She added: ''I don't really help my dating situation by being very, very choosey and also not going out.
''Everybody always wants to know about my love life, but it's a sorry situation because I don't help myself. I'm literally so fussy.
''I've waited this long I might as well keep holding out and wait for someone fabulous.''
The sexy brunette - who is supporting the P&G Capital Clean Up which saw 1,700 volunteers clean up London ahead of the 2012 Olympic Games (www.pgcapitalcleanup.com) - does have a celebrity crush.
She said: ''I quite like Ryan Gosling but then everybody does.
''He's a taken man though, he's with Eva Mendes. But I can't help it, he's just so cute!''
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