Megan Trainor has confessed she'd like to date another pop star as she believes it's too difficult to maintain a relationship with someone who doesn't understand the demands of her job.
Meghan Trainor wants to date a pop star.
The 'All About That Bass' hitmaker claims she's been struggling to find a boyfriend since becoming famous because men are ''intimidated'' by her blossoming career.
She said: ''Guys are scared of me, it's ridiculous.
''I guess it's because I'm a pop star now and they are intimidated. I'm finding it so hard to date.
However, despite believing her only shot at love is if she finds someone with a similar job, the 20-year-old beauty thinks all the good celebrity men are taken.
She told The Sun newspaper: ''All of the guy pop stars are either my friends or are already dating. It's not like a rock star lifestyle any more - everyone has a lover. I want someone funny and nice. I don't care about age or looks.''
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