Emily Ratajkowski says she’s willing to date 'anyone' who wants to 'take her to dinner'

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By Kim Novak

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Emily Ratajkowski is taking a novel approach to dating - as she's joked that she was previously willing to give any guy who took her to dinner a chance.

The model, 32, took to TikTok to share a video of herself lipsyncing, telling her followers in overlay text: "Newly single me deciding to date anyone who wanted to take me to dinner".

The words she was miming to also said: "F**k it, let's do it. Let's do it. F**k it, let's do it. Let's do it, let's go b***h. Let's go you ugly motherf**kers."

She added in the caption: "grateful this period of the healing process has passed."

While we think she's kidding on that one, Emily recently opened up about her thoughts on getting divorced young, admitting she thinks it's "chic".

Her post came after it was announced that Joe Jonas, 34, and Sophie Turner, 27, were divorcing after four years of marriage and two children together.

Emily, who herself split last year from her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, the father of her son, spoke about her own experience of getting married young but deciding to separate.

She shared the clip on social media, captioning it: "Personally I find it chic to be divorced by the age of 30."

She explained: "So it seems that a lot of ladies are getting divorced before they turn 30, and as someone who got married at 26 and has been separated for a little over a year [at] 32, I have to tell you I don't think there's anything better.

"Being in your 20s is the trenches, there is nothing better than being in your thirties, still being hot, [*having boundaries], maybe having a little bit of your own money, figuring out what you want to do with your life – everything, and having tried that married fantasy and realizing that it's maybe not all it's cracked up to be and you've got your whole life still ahead of you."

Reassuring anyone who is going through a similar situation, she added: "So for all those people who are stressed or feeling stressed about that, about being divorced, like, it's good - congratulations. Congratulations."

While many people could see where Emily was coming from, her bold stance did spark some backlash from those who pointed out that not everyone has the privilege of just being able to walk away when things aren't working out.

One wrote on Twitter: "Emily Ratajkowski (who has a personal net worth of at least 8 million dollars) is glamorizing divorce and says marriage is a 'fantasy'. Completely out of touch and delusional. Sadly, women look up to her."

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Emily split from Sebastian Bear-McClard last year. Credit: Kevin Mazur/VF20/WireImage

Others hit back at this stance, writing: "a women speaking against societies rules and traditions to put mental health and happiness first is not out of touch or delusional. figuring out what you want in life at a young age is so important no matter who disagrees. good for her."

TikTok viewers also added: "Truer words have never been spoken!" and "LOUDER FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK."

Another commented: "Currently ending a 14 yr relationship at 31 and this is very validating, thank you."

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Sophie and Joe called time on their marriage this month. Credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

It comes after Sophie and Joe announced their divorce and the actress was met with some pretty misogynistic reactions, which were not applied to her Jonas Brothers ex.

The couple first began dating in 2016 before getting engaged in 2017 and tied the knot in a surprise Las Vegas ceremony in 2019, followed by a more intimate celebration in France.

They sadly confirmed their split in a shared statement posted on social media, telling fans: "Statement from the two of us: After four wonderful years of marriage we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage.

"There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this is a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children."

Featured image credit: Dia Dipasupil/FilmMagic

Emily Ratajkowski says she’s willing to date 'anyone' who wants to 'take her to dinner'

vt-author-image

By Kim Novak

Article saved!Article saved!

Emily Ratajkowski is taking a novel approach to dating - as she's joked that she was previously willing to give any guy who took her to dinner a chance.

The model, 32, took to TikTok to share a video of herself lipsyncing, telling her followers in overlay text: "Newly single me deciding to date anyone who wanted to take me to dinner".

The words she was miming to also said: "F**k it, let's do it. Let's do it. F**k it, let's do it. Let's do it, let's go b***h. Let's go you ugly motherf**kers."

She added in the caption: "grateful this period of the healing process has passed."

While we think she's kidding on that one, Emily recently opened up about her thoughts on getting divorced young, admitting she thinks it's "chic".

Her post came after it was announced that Joe Jonas, 34, and Sophie Turner, 27, were divorcing after four years of marriage and two children together.

Emily, who herself split last year from her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, the father of her son, spoke about her own experience of getting married young but deciding to separate.

She shared the clip on social media, captioning it: "Personally I find it chic to be divorced by the age of 30."

She explained: "So it seems that a lot of ladies are getting divorced before they turn 30, and as someone who got married at 26 and has been separated for a little over a year [at] 32, I have to tell you I don't think there's anything better.

"Being in your 20s is the trenches, there is nothing better than being in your thirties, still being hot, [*having boundaries], maybe having a little bit of your own money, figuring out what you want to do with your life – everything, and having tried that married fantasy and realizing that it's maybe not all it's cracked up to be and you've got your whole life still ahead of you."

Reassuring anyone who is going through a similar situation, she added: "So for all those people who are stressed or feeling stressed about that, about being divorced, like, it's good - congratulations. Congratulations."

While many people could see where Emily was coming from, her bold stance did spark some backlash from those who pointed out that not everyone has the privilege of just being able to walk away when things aren't working out.

One wrote on Twitter: "Emily Ratajkowski (who has a personal net worth of at least 8 million dollars) is glamorizing divorce and says marriage is a 'fantasy'. Completely out of touch and delusional. Sadly, women look up to her."

wp-image-1263228484 size-full
Emily split from Sebastian Bear-McClard last year. Credit: Kevin Mazur/VF20/WireImage

Others hit back at this stance, writing: "a women speaking against societies rules and traditions to put mental health and happiness first is not out of touch or delusional. figuring out what you want in life at a young age is so important no matter who disagrees. good for her."

TikTok viewers also added: "Truer words have never been spoken!" and "LOUDER FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK."

Another commented: "Currently ending a 14 yr relationship at 31 and this is very validating, thank you."

wp-image-1263228485 size-full
Sophie and Joe called time on their marriage this month. Credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

It comes after Sophie and Joe announced their divorce and the actress was met with some pretty misogynistic reactions, which were not applied to her Jonas Brothers ex.

The couple first began dating in 2016 before getting engaged in 2017 and tied the knot in a surprise Las Vegas ceremony in 2019, followed by a more intimate celebration in France.

They sadly confirmed their split in a shared statement posted on social media, telling fans: "Statement from the two of us: After four wonderful years of marriage we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage.

"There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this is a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children."

Featured image credit: Dia Dipasupil/FilmMagic