Following her recent split with former Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, Kim Kardashian said that whatever she’s doing when it comes to dating and finding love clearly is “not working,” and she’s decided to remain single for a while.
During the 41-year-old reality star’s appearance Wednesday on “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” Kardashian said the next time she jumps into the dating pool, she will do things completely differently.
“I’m not looking,” the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star told the host. “I just want to chill for a minute. I think I need some time to myself and to focus, finish school, all that.”
“But I think my next route will — I feel like I have to do something, like go to different places,” the reality star added. “Clearly, it’s not working, whatever I’m doing. So, I don’t know. Maybe, like, a hospital and meet a doctor. A law firm.”
“I think it’s gonna be like, scientist, neuroscientist, biochemist, doctor, attorney,” the Kardashian continued. “That’s maybe what I envision in the future.”
However, sources told E! News last month that Kim was ready to start dating again. Another source close to the reality star told the outlet that she “has plenty of options” and “all of her friends are constantly trying to set her up.”
As The Daily Wire previously reported, Kardashian and Davidson called it quits in August, with sources stating that “no event caused” the breakup.
“Kim and Pete have decided to just be friends,” an insider close to Kardashian explained. “They have a lot of love and respect for each other, but found that the long distance and their demanding schedules made it really difficult to maintain a relationship.”
In November 2021, reports started surfacing that the two were dating following Kardashian’s divorce from 45-year-old rapper Kanye West after nearly seven years of marriage, E! News noted. Four months later, Davidson and Kardashian confirmed the rumors.
Kardashian shares four children with West.
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