Even though they’ve been through a lot when it comes to relationships, these 5 stars are still open to finding love with someone new in the future. Going through destructive, sad or heartbreaking relationships in the past may have had these celebrities feeling as though love can be a negative experience, but they’ve now decided to remain more upbeat about their potential love prospects and are open to a whole new experience in the future. Some have recently gone through a hard divorce or breakup, but they’ve learned a lot about themselves along the way and are ready to start fresh.
Eva may have been through a failed marriage, but she’s staying optimistic: “Love did not work with that person (Parker). But it can work with another. The only thing I will say is I was very lucky to find Edu (Cruz).There’s a reason I fell in love and got married. I believed in it. Supposedly I should be angry, resentful and disillusioned about relationships. But I’m not.”
Even though her relationship with Ryan Reynolds has ended, Scarlett believes she can still find love and is open to it in the future: “Oh yes, definitely! Why shouldn’t I? Right now I don’t feel the need to date anyone, though. I enjoy being single too much.”
Rihanna believes you have to be happy on your own, but love is also important:”Being in love is definitely a big part of happiness, but you have to find joy on your own first. You can’t wait for a man to make you happy. If a man is the one thing missing from your life, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be unhappy. There’s so much else. I think people focus on love a lot. Often when you’re looking, that’s exactly when you don’t find it. I believe in love. Even if you don’t have someone in your life, there’s always that need to give love.”
Speaking on her sudden and fast divorce from Kris Humphries, Kim says that the experience changed her view of what is important but she is still a romantic: ”I learned so much, and the things I care about in my life have completely changed. I still believe in love. I’m in love with love. I thought this was it for me. It was a touchy period, really hard to go through, probably the toughest thing.”
Even though her divorce from Russell Brand made her very sad, she still believes love can happen at any time:”I still believe in love and marriage. I’ve just learned lessons along the way. I regret nothing. What was going on in my personal life was so overwhelming that I had to bend over to let those tears fall straight out of my eye sockets and not my false lashes just as I’m about to go up on that ramp and sing ‘Teenage Dream. I had to smack myself across the face and say, ‘These problems are my problems, they are not my audience’s problems, learn to separate that.’ ”