Duffy on the lookout for boyfriend

Welsh singer Duffy is sick of the single life - and is desperately searching for a boyfriend.

The 'Stepping Stone' singer admits her hectic schedule does not give her time to focus on romance, but she remains hopeful she will eventually be able to snare herself a man.

"I'm stone cold single at the moment, and it's not much fun I can tell you," she said.

"I have been travelling and working so much over the last few years that I haven't had time to sleep, never mind have a boyfriend."

Duffy now says she may have to try internet dating to find herself a potential mate.

"It looks like I'm going to have to sign up to that internet dating website, Mysinglefriend.com," she said. "I've got a couple of months off work now, so once I've caught up on my sleep I'm going to spend some time looking for a new man.

"At the moment all I have is my two cats for company. I sound like a right old woman."

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