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Paris planning to stay single after splitting from Benji

Hilton is considering staying single after splitting from rocker Benji Madden,as she wants to "find" herself.

Written by ANI | Washington |
January 21, 2009 12:44:29 pm

Hotel heiress Paris Hilton is considering staying single after splitting from Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden,as she wants to “find” herself.

The Simple Life star and the guitarist have remained good friends since breaking up after nine months together in November last year.

Even though Paris has been single for two months,she is said to be unprepared for a new boyfriend.

“I’m not ready to move into another relationship. I think it’ll be good for me to be alone and find out who I am. One day I’ll find someone,but for now I don’t want to be with anyone,” ‘Contactmusic’ quoted her as telling ‘Heat’ magazine.

However,still,anyone wishing to prove that he really wants to be with her may prepare himself for a tough test.

‘’I’m always really hard to get with guys. There’s a process they have to go through. I’m very old-fashioned and I’ll make them have,like,a million dates before they get a kiss,” she said.

“People are surprised because they think I’ve been through so many men,but it’s not true. I don’t really talk to guys – apart from Benji,who I was with in the past year,” she added.

Meanwhile,some media reports suggest that Paris might have already found new love in ‘MySpace’ CEO Chris DeWolfe. They were spotted together at the Sundance Festival.

“They were grinding each other on the dance floor forever,before lying together on a banquette. Then the couple began sucking face (kissing) hard. They left out the back door,with her hand in his pants pocket,” a source told the ‘New York Daily News’.

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