Rihanna Confirms She's Single, Says She Doesn't Have Time for 'Anything Serious' Right Now

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Rihanna is anti-boyfriend! At least for now, that is.

The "Work" singer confirmed her single status during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and in a sneak peek video from the episode airing on Thursday, she opens up about her dating life.

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"Is there someone that you want to be with right now?" DeGeneres bluntly asks the 27-year-old singer.

"I'm single right now," Rihanna confirms. "And it's not that I'm like, oh, pro single."

"Yes, I hate men," she teases. "I just think that I just have so much on my plate that I can't even find the time to entertain a steady relationship or anything serious. Or even a text. Right now it's just crazy."

Crazy, indeed!

The Barbados native, who released her latest album, Anti, last month, also revealed that she's going on tour. And even though rapper Drake collaborated with her for "Work" -- the first track off her eighth studio album -- he unfortunately will not be joining her on the tour.

"He's not touring with me," she says, adding, "He totally should. Maybe next time."

"I would love to go on tour with Drake actually," she continues. "That has to happen."

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Drake and RiRi together onstage for a full set? Count us in!

The highlight of Rihanna's interview with DeGeneres, however, is hands down the epic game of Never Have I Ever she played with George Clooney. When DeGeneres asks if either of the two have ever sent a nude selfie, guilty RiRi holds up the "I Have" sign and hilariously calls out Clooney.

"Yea right, George," she says, accusing him of lying. She then quoted lyrics from Yo Gotti's "Down in the DM" track -- which refers to the private messages users exchange on Twitter -- when Clooney jokes he may have sent some over e-mail or Instagram.

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