After splitting with soulmate James Placido, super-fit babe Jodie Marsh has openly admitted it wouldn’t be too bad if she dates other women.
She’s tired of men and it’s as simple as that. Strong women won’t need men that bad, not even when a lady is bisexual. Jodie Marsh was born on 23 December, 1978. She is an English media personality, bodybuilder and occasional glamour model.
She has featured topless in Lad’s Magazine and tabloid newspapers. Jodie has also appeared in her own reality show, Totally Jodie Marsh.
Last August, both lovebirds – James and Jodie – fell in love but couldn’t stay much longer, they divorced in April, 2016. James was Jodie’s personal trainer.
The TV personality has recently shared gossips with some friends about her pains and the instructors, no, marriage breakers gave her some interesting relationship advice.
“When I first broke up with James,” she said, “my friends’ first reaction was: ‘You should go out with a woman now!’
“There are a whole load of women my age who realize they are attracted to women after having a tough time with useless men.
“I’ve never been in a physical relationship with a woman before, but I’m open to it.
“The only man I’d ever consider now is Ed Sheeran, he’s so cute,” she added to Closer.
Although Jodie admitted that a few were after her for a relationship, the 37-year-old star said her wish is to have kids. But she doesn’t need a man for the job. The fitness icon said she wants a sperm donor.
In her words: “I’ll make a great mum.
“I’ve had a problem with stalkers in the past and I want to maintain my privacy as a famous person.
“I don’t want the father of my baby to have any part of my life – after all he just w**ked into a cup.
“I am not having anyone ponce off me and take my money!
“I don’t care what the sperm donor looks like – they just need to be fit and run marathons.”
In December 2006, Marsh announced her engagement to Brentwood DJ David Doyle, after dating for 11 days.
Eschewing the traditional engagement ring, Marsh instead tattooed Doyle’s full name on her hand and the couple appeared together in OK! magazine announcing their plan to marry in a fetish ceremony in a dungeon.
The relationship ended between late December and mid-January 2007 with Doyle blaming Marsh’s constant drinking and poor personal hygiene.
Marsh, however, claimed Doyle had been unfaithful.
In 2008, Marsh publicly began a relationship with a female hairdresser called Nina and photographs of the two on a number of dates were published in magazines and newspapers of the time.
In the November issue of the UK edition of Star magazine, Marsh gave a full interview about their relationship and recreated the iconic Vanity Fair front cover depicting Cindy Crawford shaving k.d. lang, a Canadian pop and country song-writer and occasional actress.