Kelly Clarkson wants to date an accountant.
The 'My Life Would Suck Without Youí singer is keen to find love with someone who isnít famous because it would help keep her grounded.
She said: 'I donít know if I could go out with a celebrity. Iíd rather have someone thatís, I donít know, an accountant. I donít know, a normal job. I love my job, but I like having my separate life. But you canít help who you fall in love with, so I donít know who I will end up with.'
The 27-year-old star is currently single, and admits she worries she will never find a special someone because of her punishing work schedule.
She said: 'Iím not dating anyone. I just had this conversation with my girlfriends out on the road, my back-up singers. Weíre all single, and all the men are married.
'I donít ever meet anyone because weíre constantly around married men. Unless I am going to date a guitar tech or roadie Iím not sure where I will meet the right guy.'
Kelly Ė who shot to fame after winning the first series of TV talent show 'American Idolí in 2002 Ė has also voiced her concerns about the validity of judge Paula Abdulís departure from the programme.
The singer remains unconvinced Paula has actually left, telling Sirius XMís The Morning Mash Up radio show: 'Are they trying to do that for drama? I totally think theyíre doing that for drama. I know those producers - theyíre doing that for drama. Sheís totally probably going to come back.'
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