The Kardashian opens up about her split from French Montana—plus, what she's really after in a relationship

By Kylie Gilbert
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Last night on Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons, Khloé Kardashian opened up about her failed relationship with French Montana. "It's nothing against French. I just think I don't want a boyfriend," she explained. "I jumped into something because I was just, like, lonely and destructive. But now I'm like, I just want to be alone." (Apparently, the rapper was also a little too klingy, calling her "5,000 times a day.")

Thanks to her latest interview with Cosmopolitan UK, we now know what this Kardashian sister is really after: kuddles. "I don't crave sex. I talked about it more openly when I was married because it's more comfortable," she says. "I crave companionship-I just want to cuddle. I do like it when you save certain things for your marriage. I don't think you should treat every guy you're dating like your husband. It doesn't make it special," she said.

And maybe she's onto something. Science does show that couples who cuddle report higher levels of satisfaction with their sex lives, and their relationships on the whole (in fact, the happiest couples sleep less than one inch apart). Don't already have an S.O. for a good New Years snuggle? You can always download Cuddlr for a 'no pressure' cuddle with a stranger near you!


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