Given that this was before Tinder's verification time, Duff admitted that she had a hard time convincing suitors that it was actually here. '" Like a lot of the world, Zac Efron hasn't had the best time on Tinder—primarily because nobody believed he was real.
In an interview with The Times, confessed that, after be broke up with his then-girlfriend, Sami Miró, he downloaded Tinder and other dating apps to see what was out there.
The comedian revealed that he started using Tinder after finding little luck on Bumble, an app where the women can decide which men they chat with.
Though, she did tweet that she's never been on Bumble. It’s the modern-day singles bar.” magazine, the "Gossip Girl" star opened up about his diverse dating app behavior, including a Jewish dating site.
The world learned that Lindsay Lohan was on Tinder when she Instagrammed a hilarious screenshot of her matching with her brother, Mike, on the dating app. A megastar like Britney Spears might be the last person you'll expect to find on Tinder, but here she is. (Editor's note: Crawford is not Jewish.) "I was chatting to a friend about speed-dating and [Jewish dating site] JDate.com—and I'm not even Jewish," Crawford said.
No word yet if she's ever found Tinder love, but to match with her brother must mean that she's swiped a decent amount of people. The singer's account, hilariously created by Jimmy Fallon, sported a picture of her spritzing her perfume on herself and a simple bio with the phrase, "This better work, bitch." Though Spears didn't confirm if she used the app seriously after Fallon created it, she did open up to , the Bravo personality revealed that he's pro-dating apps as an effective way to meet singles (and hook ups) in the 21st century. "I have a bunch of different accounts that no one even knows about." Chelsea Handler is big on hookups, especially when she's traveling, and she touts dating apps like Tinder and Raya as the most effective way to find partners.
In an interview with "Entertainment Tonight," the comedian opened up about her dating routine and how she frequently opens up Tinder in a new city to see what matches she can find. “I like to hook up, so when I go to London or New York or if I'm out of town and I want, I'll do that … I’m a regular person.” , the model touted Tinder as a feminist platform that puts women in the driver's seat when finding their matches.
"I've always been passionate about connecting with people, so the opportunity to collaborate with the talented team at Tinder is so rewarding," Heatherton said.
"What I like most about Tinder is that it has given women the power to decide who has the ability to communicate with them.
In a radio interview, the singer revealed that she was a serious Tinder user, considering her on-the-go career.
"Uh, yes I am, Amy Schumer has been known to help fans on Tinder, but the comedian is actually big on dating apps herself.
(Though apparently Zac Efron didn’t take advantage of this when he joined, because people assumed his profile was a hoax.) Amy Schumer is the most recent star to come forward with her dating app experience, which she wrote about in her new book, “The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo.” Here’s how she and other celebrities fared: [This is what online dating is like when you’re not gorgeous or ugly, but average] Amy Schumer, 35 App: One “specifically aimed at creative people that attracted a lot of celebrity members,” Schumer wrote, though she didn’t name names. ) Why she signed up: In late December 2015, Schumer and her pal “Saturday Night Live” star Vanessa Bayer were hanging out and talking about the various guys they were texting.