Yolanda and David Foster ended their marriage over a year ago, and during a new interview, the music producer opened up about his new life as a bachelor in Los Angeles. Following his ex-wife's exit from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Foster spoke to Vanity Fair magazine about his big life change.

While Foster has been linked to a few women, including Selma Blair and Christie Brinkley, since splitting from Yolanda, who has since returned to her former name of Yolanda Hadid (she was previously married to Mohamed Hadid, the father of her three children), he told the magazine, via Entertainment Tonight, that being single was something he hasn't experienced in ages.

Noting his past marriages, 67-year-old Foster admitted to bouncing from wife to wife and said he simply isn't used to being single.

David Foster was married to singer B.J. Cook from 1972 to 1981 and to Rebecca Dyer from 1982 to 1986. He then tied the knot with Linda Thompson, one of the ex-girlfriends of Elvis Presley, in 1990, before divorcing in 2005. As fans may recall, Foster and Thompson were seen on her son's reality show, "Princes of Malibu," during their marriage.

Yolanda and David Foster got married in 2011

After years of dating the former reality star, David Foster and yolanda hadid tied the knot and quickly began sharing moments from their personal lives with Bravo TV cameras for "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Foster joined the show a short time after they got married, and confirmed her divorce during the series' 6th season.

As for Foster's relationship with Hadid's ex-husband, Mohamed Hadid, who introduced him to his fourth wife, they have reportedly remained close and often have lunch together in Los Angeles.

"He’s turned out to be one of the best stepfathers to my daughters [Gigi and Bella Hadid]," the Beverly Hills real-estate mogul told the magazine. "It's a blessing."

David Foster also served as a stepfather to Yolanda Hadid's youngest child with Mohamed Hadid, Anwar, who recently made his debut as a model.