Superproducer Mark Ronson has laughed off his reputation as a ladies' man - insisting he is not the bed-hopping Lothario the media makes him out to be.
The Grammy Award winner has dated an endless string of beautiful women - including British model Daisy Lowe and actress Josephine De La Baume - since he found fame producing Amy Winehouse's Back To Black album.
Ronson, 33, is adamant his reputation has been exaggerated.
He tells Esquire magazine, "I’ve never been the kind of person out on the prowl bedding different girls every night. I went through a two-week phase, but it was really awful. The ‘man about town’ thing is so cliched; I’d hate to think that I was subscribing to any idea of what someone in my position should be like.
“There’s also the slight problem that the type of girl (I) go for would be way less likely to like me because I’m Mark Ronson. They’d much rather be talking to a Klaxon (hip British rockers) in the corner.”