EXCLUSIVE: Lady Gaga's Ex Taylor Kinney on Dating After Split: 'I Don't Think I Have a Type'

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When it comes to dating, Taylor Kinney isn't into any specific type of person.

The Chicago Fire star opened up to ET at the NBC Summer Press day in Los Angeles about adjusting to life after he and Lady Gaga ended their engagement last year, following five years together.

"My dating life is through Chicago Fire,, the 35-year-old actor quipped. "I live vicariously through my character."

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Fair enough!

But Kinney added that when he does get back out there, he's not sure what his dream girl will look like.

"I don't think I have a type. I think it's more of an energy," he explained. "I think of compatibility as the intangibles of something, and someone that you meet and connect with, and someone you can laugh with, and maybe share a [simililar] sense of humor, then things go from there."

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As for what to expect at Firehouse 51 this season, Kinney teased one episode that will take place in its entirety at the station.

"The episode coming up is a bottle episode in that we shot it all in one place," he revealed. "Everything takes place at Firehouse 51, and there's a bit of a predicament outside, and gang members."

"They take us hostage for the most part," he added. "We don't have outside communication, so we can't get cops to come and everybody is kind of forced to either hide or try to negotiate or do whatever they can to survive the situation."

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Sounds like a very intense episode!

Watch the video below for a look back at Kinney and Gaga's relationship.

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