Sinead O'Connor

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Talk about being forward.

Sinéad O'Connor has always had an interesting way of making herself relevant, especially after being on hiatus for what seems like forever, and now we have another topic to add to our list: getting X-rated!

The "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer has been on the prowl for some sexual healing and took to her website and Twitter to state what she's looking for in potential suitors (and trust us, it's pretty raunchy).

But one rock star definitely wasn't feelin' it. Can you guess who?

It looks like O'Connor still hasn't found what she's looking for when it comes to U2's Adam Clayton.

"I did once ask [Irish politician] Alan Shatter to spank me ... Of course Alan turned me down. As sensibly, did [U2 member] Adam Clayton (the only do-able one in the band). I wonder if he'd known I would have let him in the tradesman's entrance would he have stopped to think about it for a millisecond," she wrote.

If you're thinking that that is no way for a priest to speak, you should really read some of her other gets way worse.

At one point we thought O'Connor found her dream man when she posted, "Search called off for now. Suitable man found. Hands down winner. No competition.. Thank you again to the sunday indo..That position has been filled by an extremely sweet, kind, very respectful, considerate but absolutely FILTHY minded, un-inhibited RUDE sex maniac named John. and no.. I don't mean John Waters."

But just as we were ready to cheer for the end of this dirty-minded lady's sexual frustration, we read, "Sadly the chosen winner of the quest for man has revealed pregnant girlfriend. Therefore the campaign is resumed for anyone who is interested in applying."

What a bummer!

Sinéad did mention that her dream man is Dave Chapelle...Dave?!

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