Katie McGlynn: I'm single
- Bang Showbiz
- 22 March 2021
Katie McGlynn is "10,000 per cent single" and doesn't want to "waste her time" in relationships
Katie McGlynn is "10,000 per cent single".
The former 'Coronation Street' star insists she isn't in a relationship at the moment because she hasn't "found the right person yet" and doesn't want to "waste her time".
Asked how she could be single, she said: "I don't know I just haven't found the right person yet. And don't see the point in wasting time with the wrong one."
And asked if she's had any offers of dates, she added: "Hahahaha a few but I don't trust online dating unfortunately, which doesn't really help matters in this current climate."
Katie was also quizzed by fans on what her favourite kind of date would be.
She wrote in an Instagram Q&A with fans: "Erm anything would be decent right now ngl. I'm a simple gal really. I love the outdoors so literally a pretty walk and picnic would be nice #cringe. (sic)"
Meanwhile, Katie previously called for social media users to "stop justifying negative comments" by starting them with a compliment – after she was trolled over her "wonky bosoms".
She wrote: "Me and my wonky bosoms having a whale of a time celebrating this year’s virtual television @bafta’s ... Last Friday I posted a photo on twitter after getting all glam for this year’s awards (so gutted we couldn’t do the proper ceremony as I’ve never been. But, covid...) and someone chose to give me the back handed compliment of “you look stunning BUT one breast is slightly higher than the other” and since then it’s had a lot of attention in the press ...
"So I just wanted to show off the wonky gals again to let you all know that having uneven breasts is perfectly normal, in fact, it’s actually much more common for women to have asymmetrical breasts... AND this may be a bit of a TMI moment but I was also on my period at the time of these photos, which every woman (and probably a lot of men) will know, plays havoc with their size
"The moral of the story is, stop justifying negative comments and messages by starting them with, you look stunning BUT... You’re amazing BUT... (sic)"