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Fabio Oprah WInfrey Interview VIDEO: Model Talks Love, Marriage on 'Oprah: Where Are They Now?' [VIDEO]

On the upcoming episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?, famous male model Fabio opens up about his life -- admitting he'd give up everything to find love. The episode, which airs Sunday, Aug. 18 on OWN, the Italian fashion model is candid about a former girlfriend he wishes he'd never have let go.

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Fabio opens up about his life and why he never married on "Oprah: Where Are They Now?"airing Aug. 18, 2013. (Photo : Harpo Inc.)

On the upcoming episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?, famous male model Fabio opens up about his life -- admitting he'd give up everything to find love.

The episode, which airs Sunday, Aug. 18 on OWN, the Italian fashion model is candid about a former girlfriend he wishes he'd never have let go.

"Unfortunately you know I had this amazing woman when I was younger and she left a print on me and she probably gave me unconditional love she really made me feel the real love true love," he said.

Reflecting on his mistakes, Fabio added: "I was stupid at that time I was immature and you know and I thought there would be eventually other good apple."

"Because you know that's the biggest lesson you know God taught me. When you have love in your life you have happiness, you have everything. When you don't have love you can have all the money in the world and you're nothing.

Now at 54, the model -- who has appeared on hundreds of romance novels -- is hoping to find true love again.

"I'm ready now to find the one and uh and get married and have kids. And matter of fact right now would not even waste my time just to have an affair you know I already had a lot of those," Fabio said.

Watch the preview of the episode:

The episode also features Erin Brockovich, who was the real life single mom with no formal education who brought a billion-dollar power company to its knees while working as a file clerk in a law office. She skyrocketed to fame when the film about her life starring Julia Roberts became a hit. Erin’s first television appearance was on the Oprah Show in 2000.

"Today, we catch up with her to see how sudden fame came at a price and how the change affected her family. She talks about her struggle with alcohol and her determination to be a rockin grandmother," the official press release reads.

Then, Diff’rent Strokes star Todd Bridges opens up about his life. He was one of the most famous young actors of the 70’s and 80’s, but his wild and dangerous behavior, numerous arrests and stints in and out of rehab made him a poster child for young stars gone bad. Now, as the sole surviving member of the fictional “Diff’rent Strokes” Drummond family, Todd talks about how he dealt with those losses and about the most important role of his life, being a father.

Oprah: Where Are They Now? airs Sunday, Aug. 18at 8p.m. EST on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

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