Jennie Garth Admits She Loves The Bad Boys

1x1.trans Jennie Garth Admits She Loves The Bad Boys

1x1.trans Jennie Garth Admits She Loves The Bad Boys

Former “90210, Beverly Hills” star Jennie Garth admits she has a thing for naughty guys.

The “Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country” star, who shed over 30 pounds after the divorce from her husband Peter Facinelli after 11 years of marriage, feels she needs a little time alone before jumping into the dating scene.

Garth, 40, told “The Jeff Probst Show” yesterday “I only like guys that are not nice. What is wrong with us girls? It’s not like I want somebody to treat me badly. I want somebody who looks like they could treat me badly, but then really treats me good.”

Jennie was briefly linked with “The Antonio Treatment” star Antonio Ballatore, photographer Noah Abrams, and most recently with property expert Jason Clarke last month.

Jennie Garth insists, “I would rather lick the bottom of my shoe than go on a date. The minute I think I’m ready to start dating, then I realize, ‘Oh no you’re not.’ I just don’t know how to date.”

She also talked about her weight loss (apparently from the painful heartbreak diet) and says she feels much healthier and happier than she did before.

The actress stated, “Every time I saw myself in the mirror, I was just sad. I was going through this, whatever I was going through, and I think a lot of women can relate to that. You stop focusing on yourself.

“I’m all about focusing on my kids, but I realized that I was using that as sort of a mask or an escape, so that I didn’t have to focus on myself. And so now, [I'm] turning and looking at myself and thinking, ‘What do I need for myself today?’ or ‘How can I keep myself healthy?'”

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