The fourth time was apparently a charm for Tiffany "New York" Pollard.

"I am not going to let this man slip away and he doesn't want to let go, either," Pollard told the New York Daily News in a Monday report about the suitor she selects at the conclusion of I Love New York's second season.

I Love New York 2 premieres Monday night on VH1, and Pollard's not afraid to say that this will be the last time she looks for love via a reality dating show.

"Oh, we are so done," she told the Daily News.  "I am not doing this again."

I Love New York's first season winner Patrick "Tango" Hunter asked for Pollard's hand in marriage during the finale, but withdrew his proposal to her during I Love New York's reunion special after he watched the season unfold on television and didn't like some of the comments she made about him or his mother.

"I can't stand Tango," Pollard told the Daily News.  "I haven't spoken to him since the reunion show and just, oh God, I feel like I have a bone to pick with him.  I still get so angry, even when I talk about him in interviews, I get so mad.  It was just terrible what he did."

Unable to find love in the first season of her own series, Pollard also has the dubious honor of being spurned by Flava Flav on the first (and only) two season of VH1's Flavor of Love.

"I hope all is well with him and all that good stuff," Pollard told the Daily News about Flav, adding she hasn't spoken to him in quite a while either.

Pollard was willing to give love one more try in-front of the cameras, and it apparently paid off.  Her mother Sister Patterson had a hand in selecting five of the contestants who will attempt to woo her daughter during I Love New York 2, and in addition, five of the 20 contestants who will appear were chosen by fans via a website designed solely for that purpose.

"I was impressed with the choices that the fans picked because those guys were just right up my alley," Pollard told the Daily News. "And my mom did a great job, but her guys are so strait-laced."

Pollard added the way to her heart is for the bachelors to act like "the cameras aren't there" and she's "hooked," and it's just as easy to fall out of her good graces if "the cameras come in the room and you want to give all this energy and have an opinion all of the sudden."

While Pollard is sure she won't be returning for another season of I Love New York, she said her adoring public hasn't heard the last from her once the show's second season comes to a close.
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"My fans can expect to see me again," she told the Daily News. "There's always a possibility."