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Friday 24 October 2014

Jennie Garth: I don't know my type

Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth doesn't "know her type" when it comes to men.

The actress split from her husband Peter Facinelli earlier this year. She has enjoyed a few short-lived romances since the break-up but admits she isn't sure what she is looking for.

Jennie has even endured a fling during which it became apparent that her beau was more into her old Beverly Hills, 90210 character Kelly Taylor.

"I don't know my type. I don't know what I'm looking for. I'm attracted to guys that I'm not normally attracted to right now, which is exciting for me," she told US Weekly before recalling the embarrassing experience. "I've had that happen. Where a guy was really just enamoured by Kelly Taylor. I found it kind of cute at first. But it went on and on."

Jennie also revealed that her former co-star Luke Perry is keen to set her up with a suitable partner.

Her friend is worried she isn't going after the right men.

"He keeps saying he wants to [set me up] because he doesn't approve of my choices so far," she laughed.

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