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Jason Derulo: I stay in for dates

Published 04/05/2015

Jason Derulo
Jason Derulo

Jason Derulo thinks a candle lit bath is the ideal way to end a date.

The American hitmaker and Jordin Sparks split last September after two years together, and since then he's been enjoying the single life.

Explaining how his ideal date would play out, Jason proves he's an old romantic at heart.

"There's a movie theatre near my place in Miami where you can have drinks while you're watching the movie, which I love. Or we could just do that at my house - I have a movie theatre! After that it'd be great to find a restaurant that neither of us has gone to before, so we could experience it for the first time together and order a bunch of things to try," he told British Cosmopolitan.

It's not all so PG though. He's famous for tracks including Talk Dirty and Wiggle, and the 25-year-old isn't shy about how he'd like his date to end.

"If the sun hadn't set we could go got a walk on the beach. In Miami, that's right by my house. After that we're probably a little tired, so we could go back to my place, maybe run a bath, have a little massage action with a couple of candles around the bath. The end it off with some nice dessert," he smiled.

Jordin appears to has found love again with new beau Sage the Gemini, but Jason remains single. He's not up for a full on relationship just yet, but is definitely enjoying the single scene.

"It's cool. I'm not necessarily trying to dive in and do something drastic right away. But it's been fun. I've been enjoying life for sure," he grinned.

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