Fazura: ‘I think I’m done with relationships’

Fazura said she is busy building her business empire, and is in no rush to start a new relationship with anyone. — Picture via Instagram.com/MissFazura
Fazura said she is busy building her business empire, and is in no rush to start a new relationship with anyone. — Picture via Instagram.com/MissFazura

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 29 — Nur Fazura Sharifuddin has opened up about her love life to Singapore’s The New Paper.

As her fans will recall, the popular Malaysian actress and host often expressed hope that she would soon find Mr Right during the first season of her hit reality show, “Facing Up to Fazura”.

But despite rumours that she is seeing Filipino actor Piolo Pascual, the 32-year-old Pekan-born lass insisted she is single, but didn’t exactly deny an attraction either.

She said: “There has been an interest in looking at that aspect of my life, especially with rumours about me and Piolo Pascual.

“Perhaps there is, I don’t know, fire between us, but we’re not together. Nothing more has been discussed beyond that. I think I’m done with relationships.”

She also said that she does not keep in touch with “Singapore Idol 2” winner Hady Mirza, whom she dated between 2006 and 2007, but was happy to hear that he had got married last year.

Fazura added, “No, but I wish we were friends and I wish him well. I’m mostly on speaking terms with my ex-boyfriends. I only found out he got married this year... because (“Singapore Idol” winner) Taufik Batisah told me. I’m very happy for him.”

When told by TNP that Hady’s wedding had surprised his fans, Fazura said: “Was it, really? That’s how I want my marriage to be. It’s good to keep things private.”

She said that she has been dating casually since her relationship with “Polis Evo” actor Shaheizy Sam ended last year.

She added that she is in no rush to start a new relationship, preferring to focus on her career and business empire, including fashion line House of Doll and new body mist range Mystical by Fazura.

“Why do we need to be in relationships? I felt like I didn’t get to pursue what I wanted when I was in relationships,” she said.

“I’m always associated with the guys I’m dating and not on my own merits. I’ve decided now I want to chase my dreams and not be tied to any man’s name. I think that is important for every woman.”

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