Jennifer Lawrence - who recently split with Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin - has revealed that her ideal man would be
Jennifer Lawrence - who recently split with Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin - has revealed that her ideal man would be "consistent". FREDERIC J BROWN

Are you Jennifer Lawrence's ideal man?

JENNIFER Lawrence's ideal man is "consistent".

The 'Hunger Games' star - who recently split with Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin - has revealed what her ideal partner would be like.

She told French magazine, Madame Figaro: "Someone who is capable of being consistent. Otherwise, I might as well stay single!"

It was recently reported that the 24-year-old actress dumped Chris because of his close friendship with Gwyneth Paltrow, his ex-wife and mother to his two children, Apple, 10, and Moses, eight.

A source said: "Everyone jumped the gun with this romance. It is hard for her to understand the feelings between Chris and Gwyneth."

Another insider added: "She broke it off with Chris. She was tired of the spotlight on their relationship and she also thought that Chris and Gwyneth were a little too close for comfort. It was an odd situation for her.

"It was kind of serious but also not really in a sense. It was really just [Jennifer] having fun and living in the moment, enjoying time with someone she likes, but [Chris and Gwyneth's] close relationship got to her in the end and she felt like it wasn't worth it."

But others claim that the 37-year-old singer - who "consciously uncoupled" from his wife earlier this year - was just too "intense" for Jennifer.

A source said: "Chris wanted to spend all his free time with Jen - there was a discrepancy between how they viewed their relationship, she's so easy going and he's quite intense.

"Jennifer said Chris is an all or nothing kind of guy, so she chose nothing. She broke up with him late last week. He was completely blindsided, he was really sad about it."



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