Taylor Swift opened up about dating, admitting in a recent interview that she has yet to find a "perfect fit."
With a notorious dating history that includes ex-boyfriends such as Jake Gyllenhaal and Harry Styles, Swift said she has learned to overlook "deal-breakers."
"What I've learned about 'deal-breakers' is this, if you have enough natural chemistry with someone, you overlook every single thing that you said would break the deal," the singer imparted while speaking to Glamour U.K.
The 23-year-old also offered her take on cheating being a "deal-breaker."
"I've seen my friends take someone back after they've cheated because they fit perfectly," Swift added. "But I don't know, because I've never had a perfect fit with someone."
Despite her storied past with love, Swift refused to swear off of dating fellow celebrities in the future.
"You can't say, 'I'm never gonna date a high-profile person in the arts! But whoever I date, famous or not, whether I ever date again! – all chaos will break loose," said the "Red" singer.
In the meantime, the Grammy Award-winning singer is still searching for someone special in her life.
"Right now is easy because I'm single and happy, and it's very relaxing," she told Glamour.
Gwyneth Paltrow also recently discussed relationship deal-breakers while promoting her latest movie, "Thanks for Sharing."
The actress has been married to Coldplay singer Chris Martin for 10 years and emphasized the importance of honesty in her marriage.
Also while discussing the sex addiction covered in "Thanks for Sharing," Paltrow said that she would like to be forgiving if her husband were to ever suffer from a sexual addiction.
"I'm an extremely open-minded person, so I think that if it was something I knew I was getting myself into, I wouldn't let it deter me from exploring the relationship," she told Refinery29.com.
Also starring Mark Ruffalo, "Thanks for Sharing" features a couple dealing with sexual addiction, and the film caused Paltrow to think about her own relationship.
"I think that if the idea of being committed to someone is important to you, you begin to value certain parts of your social life over another," the actress continued. "No couple is the same, and as such, every couple takes on different challenges. I would like to think that I would be forgiving/forgiven, but I can't give an honest answer as I haven't really experienced that."