Karen Hauer has declared she will never date another dancer following the collapse of her marriage to Strictly Come Dancing professional Kevin Clifton.

The 39-year-old Venezuelan Strictly pro was married to former fellow show dance pro 38-year-old Kevin between 2015 and 2018 – and was previously married to former dance partner Matthew Hauer.

Her first marriage ended in 2009, and in October last year Karen split from 37-year-old opera singer David Webb following a two year romance.

Karen says she is now ready to find new love once again – but is making it clear she will not be waltzing towards any other dancers.

Karen Hauer has described her ideal man – following her divorce from Kevin Clifton and split from David Webb

She told The Sun on Sunday: “I’m not dating any more dancers, absolutely not, no way.

“I married two of them already. I think I’m done in that area now, I’m moving on.”

Indeed, Karen now sounds like she has quite a specific idea of the type of man she wants to settle down with – and he would look different form her dark haired past lovers.

Karen was married to Kevin between 2015 and 2018

She said: “My ideal man would have blond hair, blue eyes, tattoos and a good body, pretty much the opposite to my exes. You always want to go the complete opposite.”

Describing her ideal man further, she added: “They definitely need to work out.

“They need to know themselves, be nice and know what they want, because I know myself now.”

Back in February, Karen opened up about the pain she endured while divorcing Kevin.

She said: “Obviously, other things happen, there are other factors that happened, that really hurt us both. But I thought... I would have never let go of it. I wouldn’t have never, never let go of it.

“I would have liked to have fought for it. It took me a year after we separated to actually let go of him."

While in March she opened up about feeling lonely after the collapse of her romance with David – which ended in October last year.

She said: “I'm living alone now and it's hard. It's so hard.

Karen and opera singer David split last year after a two year romance

“You wake up to see yourself in the mirror and you have to put up with yourself, you know, 24 hours a day.

"And you're like, 'Oh my God, I didn't know I didn't like myself sometimes, I'm annoying!'

"But to be able to go out and expend the energy and kind of, you know, communicate with people at a different level, it feels good. And it feels nice and it feels like you're actually giving back to the community."