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Olivia Wilde's Boyfriend Isn't Bradley Cooper… It's Her Dog

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Olivia Wilde has it all: she’s beautiful, successful, and a vegetarian. Not only does she star in blockbusters like “Tron: Legacy” and hit TV shows like “House MD,” she also takes the time to participate in charities and was a big advocate for Haiti relief after the earthquake.

Naturally, there are very few men out there who wouldn’t love to be Wilde’s boyfriend. The good news (for men everywhere except one in particular) is that she is now single, after splitting from her husband Tao Ruspoli earlier this year. The bad news is that Olivia says she has one true love… and that’s her dog.

“I’m not dating anyone,” Wilde said in response to questions about her love life. In reference to her dog, Paco (whom you may have seen in Old Navy commercials), Wilde cooed, “He is my only boyfriend. He’s the only one that I need.”

Since her divorce, Wilde has been rumored to be dating Justin Timberlake and Bradley Cooper, but she claims both are just “guy friends.” In fact, Wilde doubts that she would even be able to keep up with all the guys she’s been romantically linked to. “I find it hilarious,” said Wilde. “I don’t know why they just think that I can have the energy to be dating all of these people.”

For now, Wilde seems content to be single (sorry guys). The exception, of course, being Paco: over the weekend, Wilde couldn’t help but profess her love for her furry friend on Twitter: “Ok I know I’m not supposed to tweet sexy photos (damn you Wiener!) but here is my and my (only!) boyfriend in bed,” Wilde tweeted, with a link to her and Paco snuggled up. Aww!

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