MODELS, actresses and all around hotties make up Dublin's most eligible bachelorettes.
With an incredible amount of stunning women in the capital inexplicably single, The Dubliner magazine has compiled a list of the top 20 singletons making waves on our screens, catwalks and airwaves.
Fade Street star Louise Johnston has landed the title as the Most Eligible Woman in Dublin.
The Clonskeagh native (23) bravely agreed to have her dips into the dating pool filmed for the RTE show.
And following her in second place is the newly single Grainne Seoige, whose split from husband Stephen Cullinane hit the headlines last year, after 11 years together.
Everyone from Mairead Farrell, RTE star Claire Byrne and X Factor sensation Mary Byrne earns a place on the list.
Although the Ballyfermot Belter may seem like an odd addition, she is very much single and her fame has made her hot commodity on the singles market.
Farrell (30) split from her husband of three years, Eamon Fitzpatrick, but has become the poster girl for the break-up diet and looking better than ever since beginning her new life. Compton model Vivienne Connolly's split from husband Mark Dunne also provided countless gossip fodder, and the catwalk queen is often considered to be Ireland's yummiest mummy.
But a new generation of models, who are fast becoming household names, are still single and regularly have their relationships played out in the headlines with Daniella Moyles, Rozanna Purcell and former Miss Ireland Blathnaid McKenna and TV presenter Michelle Doherty all listed.
Although she was linked to rugby star Tommy Bowe, Purcell has consistently denied the claims and says that she is too busy for a boyfriend. Xpose presenter Aisling O'Loughlin is also on the list, joining supermodel mum Alison Canavan and actress Aoibhinn McGinnity. And rounding off the top 20 is cover girl Louise's new BFF Cici Cavanagh, who has been soaking up the single life for the last number of months.