Quantico actress has never been on a date

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PRIYANKA Chopra has "never" been on a date.

The 'Quantico' Indian actress has admitted she has never dated, although she has "always" been in relationships with people before, and she has revealed instead of dating she follows the system where after you meet someone you "court" before starting up a new romance with them.

Speaking about her love life to PEOPLE, the brunette beauty said: "I've never dated. I've always been in relationships. It's very different. You like someone, you court each other, you get into a relationship.

"You're answerable to each other. Whereas the nonanswerability of dating, my god, I don't know if I would ever be able to. I've never done it, so I don't know."

However, the 33-year-old has confessed she wants to remain a single woman until she is married because she needs to find the perfect man who will tick all of her boxes.

She explained: "I'll stay single until I'm married. I've always believed that.

"I want to be with somebody who has drive, but doesn't take himself too seriously. I don't like people who are caged within how life should be. Life is transient, and it's a journey, and I want to be with somebody who can see it."

Meanwhile, Priyanka - who was crowned Miss World in 2000 - has revealed she is more focused on her career at the moment, which has seen her dabble in the music industry and collaborate with Pitbull and on singles.

Speaking about her varied work life, she said: "It's just math. If you're not afraid of working hard, of being a candle that's burning on both ends, and you're still going, going, going ... then you can't be denied."

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