Regina Hall Dishes On Her 'Worst Date'

SMH. Is the dating world really this bad?

Regina Hall recently sat down with guest host Lamorne Morris on Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk about her new film “Me Time,” hosting the Oscars, and what it’s like living as a single woman.

During the interview, Morris asked the actress about the "worst date" she’s ever been on. Quickly, the star dished on how it all went down when a friend set her up on a blind date.

Within moments of the first (and only) date with the mystery man, Hall explained that they got into a heated discussion over money. “He said that if he gets married, he doesn’t want his wife to work,” the actress recalls.

Not understanding that logic, she countered with a few questions. One of them was, “What if I want to get a job and I wanna buy you an expensive watch or a car?” 

He proposed a $500 limit on gifts to each other “because extra money should go to the kids.” He even had specifics on the limit for kids—just two. 

It’s the specificity for us. SMH, it’s just too much. 

During the conversation, the “Honk For Jesus” star also mentioned that she has an outlandish amount of unsolicited pictures from gentleman callers in her DMs. Now, we know the dating world is interesting these days, but Hall’s stories don’t make us optimistic, given she’s the whole package and more.

ICYMI: The comedy icon has mastered keeping her personal life private over the years. She told Essence, “I just feel like relationships are sacred until you’re in a space where you are really certain and knowing. Until you see and know what that part of your life is, inviting the public in [is off limits], but I understand people’s curiosity.”

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