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Kellie Pickler Gives Young Women Dating Advice

June 22, 2009 (4:37 am) GMT
"Never settle - like, don't settle for some loser guy who treats you like s**t," says Kellie Pickler when sharing her dating advice for young women.

Young country music singer has some dating advice for young women who are looking for the love of their lives. In an exclusive interview with OK! Magazine she shares, "Never settle - like, don't settle for some loser guy who treats you like s**t; go find a man. Somebody who knows how to fix things. Not someone worried about breaking a nail." She then adds, "I can't date someone who wears more makeup than I do!".

In the same interview, Kellie also opens up about the goals she wants to achieve in the next five years. "I would love to cross over into television and film... and I have to meet ," the former "" contestant reveals, adding "Of course I would love to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry. It would be such a huge honor."

"I also need to go skydiving and scuba diving. I'll be the first one to do something crazy," she tells OK! Magazine, before then recalling, "I've always kinda been a tomboy. My grandmother would try to dress me up in a pretty dress but I'd come home with the fabric ripped, holes in my panty hose and gum in my hair. I was not a lady. I would fall out of trees and climb on the roof."

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