Matthew Perry “couldn’t be more single” a year after his engagement to Molly Hurwitz ended.
The “Friends” alum told Andy Cohen on Monday that he’s “out [of dating apps] Always.”
Perry doesn’t think technology is “the way to meet people,” adding, “I’m not sure how…but that’s not the way to do it.”
Asked during the “Andy Cohen Live” appearance if he looks for sober roommates amid his addiction struggles, the 53-year-old actor clarified, “That would be good. But it is not a necessity.
“I wouldn’t want to be with someone who drank so much that you couldn’t recognize him,” he continued. “That wouldn’t be good. … But I don’t have any rules about it.”
The Golden Globe nominee has had many high-profile relationships over the years with Julia Roberts, Lizzy Caplan, and more A-listers.
Most recently, Perry dated Hurwitz and proposed to the 31-year-old talent manager in November 2020.
“I decided to get engaged,” the “Odd Couple” alum told People after taking a knee. “Luckily, I was dating the best woman on the face of the planet right now.”
By June of the following year, the former couple ended their engagement.
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In an interview with Diane Sawyer on Friday, Perry explained why he has broken up with so many “funny, smart, wonderful” women over the years.
“It was a combination of feeling like I wasn’t enough, feeling like I was needed, feeling like I didn’t matter,” the Emmy nominee said. “I was in relationships that were going really well and… it scared me.”
Perry noted that while he was briefly on dating apps, he “quickly stopped” and called them “stupid.”