Rihanna believes there is a ''major drought'' of men, and admits she would like to start a family one day when she meets the right person.
Rihanna believes there is ''major drought'' of men.
The single 'We Found Love' hitmaker - who has recently been linked to Ashton Kutcher and ex-boyfriend Chris Brown - admits she is struggling to find a man, but realises the problem is not unique to her.
She said: ''I feel like it's hard for everybody! I don't think it has anything to do with being famous. There's just a major drought out there.
''I guess I'm challenging, because my job seems to affect every relationship I have or try to have. Even with people I think should get it.
''That seems to be a big factor; it's always an issue. But I just need to find the person who balances me out, because then things like my schedule won't matter. I've done it before, so I know I can do it again.''
The 24-year-old 'Battleship' actress would like to start a family at some point in the future, although she has no idea when that will be.
She told Elle magazine: ''It could be tomorrow. It could be 20 years from now. I just feel like when the time is right, God will send me a little angel.
But first, of course, I have to find a man. I mean, there's a very important missing piece to the puzzle here!''