Justin Bieber 'not looking' for romance

Justin Bieber has said he's "not really looking" for a relationship and is happy being single.

FILE: Justin Bieber. Picture: Getty Images North America/AFP.

LOS ANGELES - Justin Bieber has said he's "not really looking" for a relationship and is happy being single.

The 22-year-old singer has dated the likes of Selena Gomez and Hailey Baldwin in the past, but has said he's currently "single" and isn't on the lookout for his next romantic partner.

Speaking on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, the _Sorry _hit maker said: "I am not dating anybody. Single. I'm not really looking either."

Ellen, 58, then asked the Canadian heartthrob if he had ever used dating apps such as Tinder to find himself a date whilst on his long tours, to which he said no.

And the blonde hunk also said he wouldn't even be curious to try out the app, as whilst he does find it lonely on tour he combats it by bringing his pet dog Todd with him.

Whilst Justin might not be concerned with finding himself a girlfriend just yet, he isn't ruling out the company of women all together as he is recently reported to have posted an advert on social media calling for eight women to party with him during his stay in Prague, Czech Republic, as part of the 'Purpose World Tour'.

The post read: "Eight pretty girls for a dinner and party with Justin B in Prague. It is not paid. If you're interested, message me quickly. I will let the chosen ones know the place and the time. You need to be there in one hour, behave well and speak English!"

The chosen girls, who are believed to include law student Anna, Denisa, a model named Michaela and a nursery school teacher Hanka, revealed Justin's plea was to allow other people to have a "pleasant experience", but they said a confidentiality agreement was in place forbidding his guests from speaking about the spontaneous evening.

Anna said: "You think that he chose the girls to enjoy the night with them, but he wanted to give someone else a pleasant experience. He talked to us as a normal person would. (sic)"