"I have one day off and I'm looking to change my romantic situation so I wouldn't mind meeting up with a hot Australian," News.com.au quoted her as saying.
"To prove their love to me, they need to send a video building something for me in a minute or less, and I'll pick a winner to marry," she said. The fun-loving singer, songwriter and now award winner - for Best New Talent at the MTV European Music Awards - is striking a more serious note with her new single.
'We R Who We R", which made its debut at No.1 here and the US this week, was written as a shout-out to gay teenagers bullied because of their sexuality. "Teen gay suicides has become an epidemic in America and I take that pretty personally. I was a misfit - and I am currently hated by lots of people - and I have many, many gay friends and fans so I wanted to write a pop anthem for all of them and the misfits," she said.