Meet The Beautiful Woman Who Says She's Too Good Looking To Find A Boyfriend (Photos)
Cherelle Neille believes she has been unable to find a boyfriend because she is too good-looking. The 26-year-old single mother from Manchester, claims her beautiful face is a curse - because potential boyfriends only see her as arm candy.
The shop assistant and aspiring actress says her dating life has been a disaster because of her looks and finds that men only want to parade her to their friends and take photos with her.
Cherelle also claims her looks can make men intimidated by her, with most assuming she doesn't have a nice personality.
The stunner has since given up on love - as she is sick of men objectifying her and simply wishes they would like her for her character rather than her appearance.
Former model Cherelle said: 'I feel as though plain Janes have it easier because men will actually get to know their personality as their looks are merely average. 'Whereas for me, it's always the wrong attention, they never want to know me as a person. 'Plain girls end up with the long lasting relationships and I'm the one kissing all the frogs. 'I am sick of people assuming I am nasty when I am really a lovely person. My looks attract the wrong guys and it has been really hard, now I am completely over men. 'They continually think just because I'm good looking, I am going to be rude or stuck up. They say to me "oh you think you are too good-looking don't you?" - which is ridiculous.'
Cherelle added: 'Whenever I am on a date, they only care about what I look like, they never even listen to what I am saying. 'My last boyfriend just paraded me around to his friends and only cared about having his photo taken with me. No man I've met so far is ever actually interested in having a conversation with me.'
She claims being attractive has not only impacted her love life, but also her friendships.
Cherelle says she has been having trouble with her dating life for years. With failed relationships and disastrous dates, she wishes her looks stop attracting the wrong attention.