If you've ever been swiping listlessly on Tinder , half-hoping that Ryan Gosling would magically show up in your feed, then you're in luck—this could be a reality very soon. While it might seem as if public verification would be the last thing a celeb is looking for in pursuits of the heart, the reasoning behind the upgrade actually makes a lot of sense. Tinder CEO Sean Rad explained to The Hollywood Reporter that when famous people are on Tinder, prospective hook-ups take one look at their photos and assume the profiles are fake obviously. Also, since a Facebook account is a requirement for joining the app, the new verification program will allow said high-profile Tinder users to modify their Facebook names, since many celebs with Facebook profiles use fake names for the sake of privacy.
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People Aren't Using Tinder To Date Or Hook Up, Science Says
What is Tinder? It's a free mobile dating app that matches you with singles in your area. Tinder basically launched the location-based dating app craze back in , and it's still the most popular dating app in the US. For that reason alone, if you're single, Tinder is definitely worth using. Bumble , Hinge , and CoffeeMeetsBagel are some examples.
But as we spend so much time on our phones, rather than looking around us, it makes sense that she, along with many other celebrities have turned to online dating apps for help in their love life. Shows that they are only human, just like the rest of us. However, after separating from her famous hockey playing husband Mike Comrie in , Duff craved a non-famous name and decided to join Tinder in an attempt to attract a normal bloke. At the beginning of the music video, Duff says:.
Celebrities truly are just like us. And just like us, they sometimes end up on a dating app, hoping to meet someone new. Unlike us, they often end up on Raya , the super exclusive and celebrities-only dating app.