Amanda Seyfried Doesn't Date Famous People Anymore

October 4, 2011 By:
Amanda Seyfried Doesn't Date Famous People Anymore

Good news, average dudes of America. Amanda Seyfried wants you. Maybe. Possibly. Probably not. But the actress is opening up about what she looks for in a relationship, and she says she’s done dating celebrities. The whole Ryan Phillippe whirlwind must’ve scared her off for good.

Amanda talks candidly about her relationships in the British edition of Glamour. The 25 year-old says that her previous, long-term relationship with Dominic Cooper worked out because the tabloids weren’t as interested in their story.

"Dominic and I were together for such a long time, so the coverage was always positive," she explains. "But when you've just started seeing someone and that person is really famous, it's more of a story."

Enter Mr. Phillippe. The two dated before it was discovered that Ryan had fathered Alexis Knapp’s baby. Although, that reportedly happened before he hooked up with Seyfried.

"When I was with Ryan, people followed me so much more, and that's probably one of the reasons that I'm not looking to date someone who's famous now," Amanda explained.

Seyfried is currently dating real estate executive Andrew Joblon. And if there’s anyone that’s not popular these days, it’s someone in real estate. The two are rumored to have been dating for a little over a month.

Amanda says despite her breakup with Dominic Cooper, the two still remain friends.

"Dom is my favorite person in the whole world and one of my closest friends," the actress says. "I wouldn't ever want us to stop being open with each other. If you truly love someone, I think you should be able to tell them everything."

So what are Seyfried’s deal breakers? Poor hygiene, for one. But also “someone who treats his mother like sh-t” and “a guy who waxes his chest.”

She also revealed that she’s recently been in therapy. Apparently, she gets panic attacks because she’s always in the public eye. I knew those paparazzi flashes would end up giving someone a seizure.

"[Therapy] has been such a great tool, and my therapist told me that I passed with flying colors, but we'll see how things go. I still do get terribly nervous, and that's partly due to the fact I think too much and overanalyze things," Seyfried explains. "I'll start worrying about my parents or my dog, and I'll picture him opening the window of my apartment and falling out, even though I can't get that thing open myself."

Someone’s gotta tell this girl animals don’t have opposable thumbs to open windows. No wonder she’s going crazy.