Khloe Kardashian is On the Rebound for a Cuddle Companion, Doesn’t Crave Sex

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In the February 2015 of Cosmopolitan UK, Khloé Kardashian opens up about being 30 and the single life, saying she craves “companionship”, not “sex”.

Fresh from her split from rapper French Montana(who she dated because she was lonely), and still in the midst of a divorce from husband Lamar Odom, we just hope that 2015 brings Khloé health and happiness, as well as her match made in heaven companion.

So, does Khloé have any idea who her next cuddle-buddy will be?

Khloé, the beautiful cover girl of the magazine, revealed what she’s looking for now that on-again, off-again relationship with French Montana is over: “I don’t crave sex. I talked about it more openly when I was married because it’s more comfortable. I crave companionship — I just want to cuddle.

She opened up about her marriage to Lamar, saying “I got married at 25 — I was young, but I loved it. 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.”

Their divorce, which was filed in December 2013 after a string of allegations that the basketball star was cheating and battling a drug problem, has yet to be finalized.

For Khloé, divorce meant she would have to hold off on starting a family. An aunt to sisters Kim and Kourtney’s children, Khloe said about being 30-years-old,

“By the time I hit that age I thought I would have kids and still be married. But because that’s not the way it went, you can’t sit in a ball and cry. I had a husband, so I think there’s an adjustment period, which I don’t want to rush.”

She added, “Dating is so weird. But I’m happy – I moved into my new house, which is the first time I’ve owned a home on my own. It’s a big step and my brother lives with me – I’m so happy about that.”

Also, fun fact! The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star bought Justin Bieber‘s house, saying “He had like this nook under the stairs which I didn’t need so I covered it up. When I ran into him he was like ‘What did you do with the nook? I used to go in there and play video games.’ When I told him it was gone he was so upset, I didn’t think this 20-year-old boy would even care!”

Read the entire interview when the February issue comes out on newsstands January 2, 2015.