Jennifer Aniston says she is "not a big fan of dating," especially in Hollywood.
The 42-year-old actress, known for her role on the comedy series "Friends" and for numerous romantic comedy films, has often made celebrity news headlines due to her high-profile relationships with ex-husband Brad Pitt, actor Vince Vaughn and singer John Mayer.
Aniston told the UK magazine Red that trying to meet a partner in Hollywood is "ridiculous," adding: "You have to normalize it."
"I'm not a big fan of dating," she said. "I have dinner with male friends and it's instantly, 'That's the new man.' The phone is ringing off the hook from your publicist saying, 'Did you have dinner with so and so?' and it's 'Yes, I did and no, I'm not.' So you sort of just meet people."
Most recently, it was reported that Aniston and "Hangover" star Bradley Cooper have been reconnecting following his split from Renee Zellweger. He has said in 2009 that he and Aniston are friends.
Aniston, who launched her debut fragrance in London last year, also opened up about fitness and beauty, saying that she works out "every other day" and has a personal yoga instructor. She said she once used Botox, a cosmetic anti-wrinkle treatment, but hated its "hard effect" and now sticks to skin serums and utlizes a professional "facialist."
Aniston can be seen in the new comedy movie "Horrible Bosses" with Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx and Kevin Spacey on July 8. She also reunites with Paul Rudd, her co-star in "The Object of My Affection," in the comedy "Wanderlust," which is set for release on October 7.
Aniston is also trying her hand at directing. She is set to direct a short film about breast cancer for the Lifetime cable network, as are actress Demi Moore and singer Alicia Keys.