The Australian presenter and singer, who currently lives in California, said that she has been asked out by a lot of "Botoxed" guys in Hollywood but has now decided to stay single.
Monk wrote in her column for The Daily Telegraph: "Love isn't easy in Tinseltown. And I've pulled out some amazing acting skills just to avoid offending some of the most powerful men in Hollywood who've tried to bust a move. Honestly, I deserve an Oscar for my acting ability when on dates. People here are very ambitious and won't take no as an answer.
"Am I ready to get married? Of course, I'm hanging for a best friend to enjoy this ride with, it makes everything a bonus, but just not to the next Charlie Sheen and there's plenty of those on the LA dating scene!"
Monk said that she struggled with dating when she was younger because so many men had a "preconceived idea" that she was a "sex symbol", but said that she now "laughs" at those "suckers" because her main "assets" are her "loyalty and humour" rather than her image.
"To be frank some men in Hollywood ask you on dates because you fit their image," she said. "Most of the time they want the perfect blonde trophy girlfriend and when you don't turn out to be that, they can become very controlling, because I'm a free spirit. You can imagine just how long those relationships don't last."
Monk, who has previously dated Good Charlotte singer Benji Madden and was more recently linked to Aussie radio star Kyle Sandilands, revealed that she has been proposed to six times just after a few dinner dates with men, and admitted that some boyfriends have offered her "millions" to stop working, but she said that she wants to "support" herself and "stay single" for now.
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