Hilary Duff was rejected by seven men during a dating game.

The singer-and-actress - who recently admitted to using app Tinder in a bid to find love again following her split from husband Mike Comrie - hid her true identity from eight potential suitors when she played 'Too Much Information' on an Australian radio show.

In the game, Hilary - who has three-year-old son Luca with Mike - was connected to a call with the guys, who were told to hang up when they heard something they didn't like about her, and lost her first potential date when she was asked what she looks for in a guy.

She replied: ''Someone that can make me laugh, has a good personality. I like funny banter.''

The next two callers hung up when the 27-year-old beauty admitted she was a ''single mother'' and she was left with three eligible bachelors when two more quit the game when she said she wasn't interested in anyone who was ''straight unemployed''.

The former 'Lizzie McGuire' star was rejected by numbers six and seven when she admitted she lets two of her dogs share her bed, leaving just one guy, Tony.

The bachelor curiously asked: ''What do you do for a living? Not that, that matters, but what do you do?''

Hilary replied: ''Well we discussed that I'm a mum, but I'm an actress and I'm a singer.''

Show co-host Kyle Sandliands then told a stunned Tony: ''She's an international superstar! Hilary Duff, the singer and actress. Do you know Hilary Duff Tony?''

Kylie and co-host Jackie O then discussed with the 'Come Clean' admirer and the game winner that the US star should now take his number, but suggested she would never call Tony.

However, Hilary replied: ''Never say never, I went on Tinder.''