Chris Evans wants a girlfriend who isn't afraid to argue with him.
The 'Avengers' actor is single but would love to meet a woman who isn't impressed by his celebrity status.
He told Details magazine: "I like ... girls who give me a hard time bust my chops a little. I like girls who aren't so la-di-da. L.A. is so la-di-da. I like wet hair and sweatpants. I like sneakers and ponytails."
However, Chris, 30, warned potential love interests that he does have an emotional side.
He said: "I weep at everything," he admits. "I emote. I love things so much. I just never want to dilute that.
"I love acting," he says. "It's my playground, it lets me explore. But my happiness in this world - my level of peace - is never going to be dictated by acting." Despite his huge success in 'Captain America: The First Avenger', Chris insists he doesn't have lots of female fans and says he still maintains a good level of privacy.
He explained to Prestige magazine: "It's not like 'Twilight' where there are 50 girls waiting outside my apartment and I'll never be alone again. It's not like that. I still have an incredible amount of independence and privacy, which is such a blessing. It really couldn't have worked out any better."
Tulisa Contostavlos insists intimate footage of her which was leaked onto the internet was not a sex tape.
The 'X Factor' judge is seen performing a sex act on ex-boyfriend Justin Edwards in the video and she admits she was devastated when it appeared online because she didn't really know what she was doing at the time.
The 23-year-old pop beauty said: "I would hardly call it a sex tape. Number one, there was no sex involved. Number two, a 19-year-old who's just starting to learn and her boyfriend pulls out a camera, doesn't really class as a sex tape.
"Everyone does it. Such a big deal has been made out of it that I feel like a bloody alien."
Tulisa - who claims Justin was responsible for leaking the tape, something he denies - was terrified her career would be over once it came out but was surprised at the support she received.
Speaking to Alan Carr on his Channel 4 show 'Chatty Man', the 'Young' singer said: "It was my worst nightmare. I had a bit of a nervous breakdown. "I'm thinking, 'Oh God, my career could be over - the whole UK thinks I'm a slapper.' But I have been surprised by how nice everyone has been.
Johansson thinks her striking good looks are a "by-product of being curvy".
The 'Avengers Assemble' actress - who plays spy Black Widow the superhero movie - finds her own sexuality "boring" and she tries not to think about it. When asked how she feels about her looks, the blonde beauty - who has been dating advertising creative director Nate Taylor for six months - said: "I think that's just a by-product of being curvy. I never think about it, except when I get constant questions in interviews about sexuality. I really have nothing to say about any of that stuff because it's so boring."
Scarlett had to wear a skin-tight catsuit to portray Black Widow role in the Marvel film - in which she stars alongside Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans - but she preferred to explore her character's "dark past" than her alter-ego's sexual power. She added to the Daily Mirror newspaper: "A lot of the time these superheroine characters are relying on their sexuality and being posy and sexy as opposed to being a badass.
"Those characters are so silly and I don't have anything to contribute to that. But my character, Black Widow, has this dark past, so why not celebrate that?
"When I met with Marvel they agreed that there's not really been a good female superhero movie and they wanted to get away from that overly sexy superheroine thing."