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Rodriguez can't do long romances

Michelle Rodriguez has said she can't imagine settling down in a long-term relationship because she's "a lone wolf".

The Fast And Furious star, 36, who dated model Cara Delevingne, 22, last year, said she would hold off having a family.

She told Interview magazine: "Look at me! I have absolutely nothing consistent in my life. But that's where serendipity comes in and I love that.

"One day I'm going to have to sacrifice that to bring life into the world. But the more I can hold off on that, the happier I'll be."

Michelle told actress Milla Jovovich, who interviewed her for the mag: "I'm a lone wolf. I run by myself on most things."

She added: "The thought of being in a long-lasting relationship? Psh, I couldn't last more than six months with somebody, let alone have a father figure around for a kid."

Michelle, who had a romance with Zac Efron after splitting from Cara, said she would one day like to have a child to have "unconditional love" in her life, but added: "I think that's selfish of me."

She told Milla, who is expecting her second child: "I cherish what you do - having kids - but don't leave that s*** to me. I'll get a surrogate."

Michelle, who posed in a racy photo shoot for the February issue of the mag, added: " I do what I want, when I want, how I want."

The Fast And Furious actress said she hadn't reached where she wanted to in her career, and that her problem was " I hate everything. I say no to everything".

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