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Single Celebrities in London: Best Bars, Clubs & Restaurants For Snaring A Celeb

By Nina Koo-Seen-Lin (10 Apr 12)
Tags: Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan, David Guetta, Black Eyed Peas, Pixie Lott, Scarlett Johansson, Leonardo Di Caprio, Princess Eugene, paris hilton, Kim Kardashian, j lo, Alexa Chung, Arctic Monkey Alex Turner, Tom Hiddleston, Heidi Klum, Craig Revel Horwood, Seal, London bars, london restaurants, london clubs, celebrity spotting, celebrity clubbing, made in chelsea, russell brand, katy perry, danni minogue, kris smith,

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They've got the looks. They've got the money. They've got the fame. Yet they have they got the love? This spring, romance seems to have been waning for the rich and famous and there's been many lost loves, heartbreaks and severe cases of the Bridget Jones blues.

We've been left reeling over Heidi Klum and Seal, and but not a bit surprised that Russell Brand and Katy Perry split (although our eyes are still popping that Miss Perry has morphed into Smurfette). Now we're asking ourselves: if Ronan Keating has split from his wife; if Danni Minogue has broken up with Kris Smith; and Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has parted ways with his partner; is it possible I may be able to live out my teenage dream of becoming the next Mrs. Keating, Mr. Minogue or Mr. Revel-Horwood?

Nothing is impossible, but you're going to have to snap them up and snap them up fast. But where to look? With all the great bars, clubs and restaurants in London, it's possible you might just find your fantasy famous partner.

We all love a bit of posh nowadays. Even if you don't watch the Made In Chelsea TV show, you know the names; Caggie, Spencer, Hugo, and Gabilicious. At least one of them (whether you like it or not) is on your lust list. Admit it! I'll go first: Proudlock is the totty I'd go for. South Kensington is the usual haunt for the cast and crew (they're forever filming). Reserving a table at Coquine, a restaurant and lounge on the Brompton Road, could mean you bump into the buxom blonde blogger Ceska or outrageous Ollie with his lustrous locks. If you have a sweet tooth, why not try and bag the heir to the McVitie's fortune, Jamie. You'll most likely find him in Public, one of Chelsea's best clubs. His motto in life is “I hate to miss out and I can't say no. This could lead to trouble."

If you want touch of class with your bit of posh then head on over to a members club where the highbrow actors are hanging out at the moment. War Horse and Thor actor, Tom Hiddleston, has been spotted at The Arts Club on Mayfair's Dover Street, while Alexa Chung has frequented Shoreditch House a fair few times since her split from Arctic Monkey Alex Turner.

A few Hollywood hotties are back on the dating radar too. If they ever come to London, be sure to seek them out. All you have to do is follow the aura of awesomeness and dazzling white smiles. Paris Hilton has been seen in Merah club in Fitzrovia and Gilgamesh restaurant in Camden. Hopefully she'll recommend these places to the newly single ladies, Kim Kardashian and J.Lo. Play your cards right boys and you might get your hands on some delicious booty!

There are many bars and clubs in London where fans and famous people come together. If any of your visits to the venues mentioned above fail, just get your glad rags on and head to Soho. There's always some star strolling around on their way to The Kingly Club or Punk; or even Cirque du Soir just across Regent's Street in Mayfair (popular with Lady Gaga, Lindsay Lohan, David Guetta, Black Eyed Peas, Pixie Lott, Scarlett Johansson Leonardo Di Caprio, and Princess Eugene).

Guys and girls take note. There's never been a better time to wine and dine in London, because there are more single stars on the streets of London than there are in the night sky.

Image courtesy of Flickr user Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer.

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