Madison Prewett Says She's Single Again After Recent Breakup: I Want to 'Find My Husband'
The Bachelor alum was last linked to NBA forward Michael Porter Jr.
Madison Prewett is looking for love!
"I definitely was in a relationship for about eight months or so," she said at the end of the video. "But it just didn't work out, it just wasn't the right time. Who knows what the future holds."
Prewett added that she's "been on a few dates" since the split.
Though she didn't name her ex or give any additional details, the reality star was last rumored to be dating Denver Nuggets player Michael Porter Jr. The NBA power forward and Prewett were seen cuddling up to one another in a pair of photos posted by the athlete's sister in October.
In one image, the pair gazed at one another while standing beside Bri Porter and her husband. Another photo showed the group standing together as Prewett and Porter, 22, held hands.
"My fav double date," Bri captioned the image, as Prewett replied, "Love you," in the comments section.
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Earlier in her Monday vlog, Prewett opened up about what she's looking for in a relationship going forward, emphasizing that she wants something serious.
"I fully thought, as a 25-year-old, I would be married, I would have two kids and I would have my own house and I would have a heck of a lot more things figured out," she said.
"I would love to find my husband. That is my No. 1, I'm so sorry, I'm just being honest, I'm just telling you guys. I would love to meet him this year, just meet him — we don't have to be engaged or anything," she continued before making a call for potential suitors to "send in your applications."
"I don't want to date very long, I don't want to be engaged very long … let's get married!" she teased. "If you want to send in your applications, honey, she's taking applications. You just submit it right under, you just send in your applications, tell me who you are, what you believe and all the good stuff."