She desires to “Get it Tonight.”

Erika Jayne is more interested in “having seriously excellent sex” than acquiring back into the relationship scene right after splitting from 82-year-outdated Tom Girardi.

The “Pretty Mess” singer, 50, confirmed to pal Lisa Rinna in a new “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Year 12 teaser that she’s “had some sex” but hasn’t been on any dates.

“I’m again in the relationship pool, but I’m much much more fascinated in owning seriously great sex with good persons — and probably some not so great men and women,” Jayne claims in the video, which was unveiled by Bravo on Wednesday.

In the clip, Rinna asks about a big bouquet of roses on the desk, to which Jayne coyly replies that she has a “secret admirer.”

Erika Jayne and Lisa Rinna talking on "RHOBH"
Rinna encourages her close friend to get back again out there.

Rinna — who’s been married to Harry Hamlin because 1997 — encourages her good friend to get out and have some entertaining due to the fact Jayne has been married pretty much continuously because she was 20 years outdated.

“I’ve been married for all of my adult lifestyle,” Jayne suggests.

Erika Jayne pouring coffee on "RHOBH"
Jayne casually mentions that she has a key admirer.

Jayne was married to Thomas Zizzo for 5 yrs from 1991 to 1996. The exes share an grownup son, Tommy Zizzo Jr.

Shortly immediately after the divorce, Jayne was doing work as a cocktail waitress at Chasen’s in Los Angeles when she satisfied Girardi. The couple moved in a couple months later and wed in 1999.

Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi talking at an event
The performer is in the midst of divorcing estranged partner Tom Girardi.

Jayne filed for divorce from Girardi in November 2020 just after 21 years of relationship. One month later, the estranged couple was sued by Edelson Pc for allegedly embezzling settlement resources meant for the victims of Lion Air Flight 610.

The actuality star — who denied the charges in opposition to her — was dismissed from the fraud lawsuit in January, but she is now going through a $50 million racketeering lawsuit and a $2.1 million “aiding and abetting” lawsuit.