Drew Barrymore has been working very hard on her two children, her acting career, a makeup empire and now a daytime talk show.
So it's no wonder the Charlie's Angels actress feels that she simply does not have time for any men in her life.
The 45-year-old star told Jane Fonda on Wednesday during the Drew Barrymore Show that she has pretty much sworn off the opposite sex.
No time for romance: Drew Barrymore said on her talk show on Wednesday that she has had no romance in the past five years because she cannot open up
Jane, 82, has said recently that she has stopped dating too.
The 9 to 5 star insisted she has 'closed up shop' and is just not interested in romance after marriages to Roger Vadim, Tom Hayden and Ted Turner.
But when Drew said she is not up for romance, Jane shot back: 'You're too young to swear off anything, you have to say open to anything, I am too old so it's very easy to swear off men.'
'Your argument was so good you were talking about your life... is so full,' noted the wedding Singer star.
Jane won't date either: But when Drew said she is not up for romance, Jane shot back: 'You're too young to swear off anything, you have to say open to anything, I am too old so it's very easy to swear off men'
Jane said: 'Who has time?'
Drew added, 'Yes this is what I am getting at.'
Fonda said Drew could squeeze a little affair in: 'I am all for it!'
Drew said: 'I'm not closed for business. But I have been exactly in that mentality for the past five years, thinking I just don't have the bandwidth, I don't know if I'm willing to open [up,] I just can't fit it in.'
Her last love: The star and Will Kopelman attend the Los Angeles premiere of Blended in 2014
Close couple: Barrymore and Justin Long Grey Gardens premiere in 2009 in NYC
Another love: The former Playboy cover girl in 2006 with musician Fabrizio Morettisonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
One of her husbands: She was wed to comedian Tom Green