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Chloe Grace Moretz: 'I haven't got much to offer a boyfriend that he hasn't already seen'

Published 23/04/2016

Chloe Grace Moretz
Chloe Grace Moretz

Chloe Grace Moretz thinks she is the biggest "dork" ever.

Young actress Chloe Grace Moretz is convinced she's at a disadvantage when it comes to dating, because potential suitors already know what she looks like in a bathing suit.

The 19 year old got her first break in Hollywood after starring as Chelsea Lutz in 2005 scary movie The Amityville Horror and since then her star has continued to rise, as she has landed coveted roles in big screen hits such as The 5th Wave, Kick-A**, Laggies, Let Me In, If I Stay and The Equalizer.

But even though her career keeps going from strength to strength, Chloe fears her personal life is being adversely affected by increasing fame - she is deeply uncomfortable with the fact some of the wooers she'll come across in the future will already know intimate details about her.

"You already know what I look like in a bathing suit," she told InStyle magazine of suitors. "You know what I look like in a sex scene. You know what I look like when I say 'I love you' to someone. You've already seen it all."

And the home schooled former child star doesn't believe she's much of a fun date anyway, because she has always considered herself to be an outsider "dork".

Chloe insists she can only dream of being cool enough to be asked to join a fellow celebrity's inner circle of friends.

"No one really puts herself in the shoes of the girl that’s not in the squad - and that was always me," she said when asked if she'd like to be part of Taylor Swift's girlfriend group. "I didn’t go to school. I had all brothers. I was a dork."

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