Unlike her soon-to-be ex, don't expect Camille Grammer to be rushing back down the wedding aisle anytime soon.
Camille told George Lopez on Tuesday's Lopez Tonight, "I don't want to get married again; I need time... I'm not dating anybody."
Camille said when she does start fishing for love, she's looking for "somebody normal... a nice guy... somebody intelligent."
Asked about last week's explosive interview with Howard Stern -- in which she implied Kelsey likes to cross-dress -- Camille said she "doesn't regret anything she said.
"I just regret that people don't take it as a joke," Camille said. "They take it as a serious thing, we were just being funny and having a good time."
Camille, asked about her successful stint on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, said she never wanted to appear on the Bravo franchise.
"Kelsey wanted me to do the show,” she said. "Now looking back I think he had a motive -- to keep me in California while he was busy rehearsing his show (the Broadway production of La Cage aux Folles)."
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Formerly Camille Donatacci, the Cheers star’s third wife filed for divorce in the summer of 2010, saying she and Kelsey had "irreconcilable differences."
The couple was married for 14 years and have two kids, Mason and Jude.
Kelsey has since announced his engagement to a 29-year-old flight attendant named Kayte Walsh. Walsh became pregnant with Grammer's child, but miscarried.
Kelsey recently told David Letterman he hoped to marry Walsh "sometime in February."