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Unlucky-In-Love Drew Barrymore Swears Off Men Post-Divorce!

Nov. 29 2018, Published 9:17 a.m. ET

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Unlucky in-love Drew Barrymore is done with men!

After three divorces and a string of failed romances, the 43-year-old Never Been Kissed star is telling pals she no longer needs a man in her life and is perfectly happy staying single.

"Drew's not interested in dating anymore," a source told RadarOnline.com. "When her married pals want to set her up, she says, 'No way.' It's not for her."

And forget about online dating!

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"She finds it demoralizing," revealed the source, who noted that "Drew doesn't need a man's affirmation anymore … She feels the best she's felt in years, eating whatever she wants and hanging out with her female friends. Life is good!"

Barrymore's third marriage, to art consultant Will Kopelman — dad of her daughters Olive, 6, and Frankie, 4 — ended in 2016 after four years.

She was previously wed to quirky comic Tom Green and bar owner Jeremy Thomasunions that lasted about a year apiece.

"Drew loves being a mom and is focusing on her daughters and her career," said the source.

Meanwhile, the single Santa Clarita Diet actress has been enjoying female friendships and all-girl retreats at the beach.

"She has way more fun hanging out with close girlfriends than spending her weekends with some guy," said the insider. "The urge to find someone new just isn't there."

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