March 2, 2012 at 8:20 PM ET
Though she's been collaborating -- and hooking up -- with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, Rihanna is still very much a single lady -- and she isn't particularly happy about it.
During an appearance on the UK's "Jonathan Ross Show," the "We Found Love" singer, 24, told the host she thinks single life is "so overrated."
"I have such incredible experiences in my life," Rihanna told Ross. "But...you want to share your life with someone. That's what I'm missing right now."
The busy star admitted she's not making a huge effort to put herself out there, but added that she'd be thrilled if the right guy came along. Her type? "Somebody cool, fun, [and] funny," she shared.
During the interview, Rihanna also dished about a recent encounter that left her starstruck: meeting Adele during the Grammy Awards. "I love her," Rihanna exclaimed. "I'm a big fan ... Her last album, "21," spoke to me so much."
In fact, Rihanna says the soul singer's heartbreaking lyrics struck too much of a chord with her -- and eventually, she had to give herself a break from the album of the year. "I feel like everyone in the world identified with , to the point that I had to stop listening because it was depressing me so much. If you identify with it, sometimes you don't want to hear about it."
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