Julia Fox (Photo: Getty Images)

Julia Fox could care less about all the talk surrounding her whirlwind relationship with Kanye West.

The No Sudden Move actor discussed the mass attention over her romance in the newest episode of her Spotify podcast, Forbidden Fruits. In conversation with co-host Niki Takesh, Fox reflected on evolving from being an “attention seeker” in her youth to caring less at her current age of 31.

“It’s funny cause I’m getting all of this attention, but I really couldn’t care,” she said. “People are like ‘Oh, you’re only in it for the fame, you’re in it for the clout, you’re in it for the money.’ Honey, I’ve dated billionaires my entire adult life, let’s keep it real.”

She added that she only cares about creating art and “putting things into the world.”

“Watch my movie, read my book,” the actress quipped. “That is more thrilling to me now than eyes on me. I couldn’t care less.”

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The budding relationship between the Uncut Gems actor and the Ye rapper has been the talk of the internet, with Fox offering her details of their attention-grabbing dates on her podcast and in diaristic pieces for Interview magazine. During Friday’s episode, the actor also gave details of the dinner she had with West, Madonna, and several other stars.

“There was a lot going on. Madonna was there. I was actually supposed to be at dinner for just Madonna and I … and all of these other celebs crashed,” she said.

It turns out that Fox and Madonna may be collaborating on a project very soon, as the superstar is considering Fox to play Debi Mazar, one of the pop icon’s longtime friends, in the singer’s work-in-progress film about her life. The “Like a Prayer” singer also hinted at the casting when she shared several photos from the dinner, including one of herself and the actor lounging on a sofa.

“Went to dinner with Julia to talk about my movie and some other folks showed up…………………😎🎥🎬,” the singer wrote.

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This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US