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Sinead O'Connor announces tour, returns to online dating scene

Sinead O'Connor performs at the Highline Ballroom on February 23, 2012 in New York City. Getty

(CBS News) Sinead O'Connor has two things on the brain: music and men.

The Irish singer-songwriter announced a North American set to kick off May 12 in Milwaukee, Wis. behind her new album, "How About I Be Me (And You Be You)."

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Meanwhile, O'Connor hasn't forgotten about her quest to find love. After splitting from her short-term husband, Barry Herridge, earlier this year, O'Connor has returned to online dating.

In a recent blog post, the 45-year-old singer wrote: "This is to let you all know before anyone else does that I have now officially joined the dating site known as (or pof) under the username of VeryCareful1 and invite anyone interested to view my profile. Although I am living in Dublin I am of course also very much indeed interested in meeting nice gentlemen from other countries."

Her "About Me" section explains what kind of man she hopes to meet: "Safe, kind, sweet, nice and VERY snuggly fellas required to snuggle safe, kind, sweet, nice and VERY snuggly woman who has repeatedly proven incapable of wife or girlfriend-dom, nevertheless wants to be held now and then as all women do ... No one under 38 please. No freaks. No sex-hunters. No fans. No songwriters wanting me to do their songs. No musicians looking for jobs. Am not here for the beer."

O'Connor was in the U.S. in February to perform a few gigs. After losing her voice, she was forced to cancel a couple of national TV appearances. In March, doctors advised the singer to rest, as she has been suffering "severe exhaustion."

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