In her recent interview with “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, she was asked about the weirdest thing she saw and if there are also Hollywood stars who are using dating apps.
The “50 First Date” star did not drop any names but mentioned that there are plenty of celebrities on Raya and described it as “looking through UsWeekly.”
According to its website, Raya is an exclusive, members-only app for “dating, networking, and making new friends.”
It is also the unofficial site for high-profile personalities, including tech industry insiders, athletes, business executives, and more.
Following her split with husband Will Kopelman, the “Charlie’s Angels” actress admitted that he turned to dating apps as encouraged by her friends.
Barrymore confessed that she “got stood up” and described it as a “car wreck.”
“I got stood up. I didn’t match with anyone and my friends gave me this sort of bloated sense of false confidence. They were like, “You should try it. You will do great.” It was a car wreck,” she recalled.
Despite her bad experience, the blonde beauty shared that it’s out of the ordinary, but she “definitely had fun.”
“So, I thought online dating my satiate that desire. Yeah, no, it was a real wakeup call,” she added.
To recall, Barrymore and the “Devil Wears Prada” actor broke up after four years of marriage. Back then, she admitted that it was hard to accept that their relationship did not last and that her “whole life was falling apart.”
Now, ex-couples are great co-parents to two kids, namely Olive and Frankie.
Aside from the Golden Globe winner, some celebrities admitted to using online dating to find their match, including Hollywood hottie Channing Tatum.
As Us Weekly cited, the “Magic Mike” star was spotted on Raya, after his break up with “Bang Bang” hitmaker, Jessey J in 2019.
According to the outlet, Tatum’s profile reads “And yes, I used to be a stripper. Sorry,” while his profile song is from crooner D’Angelo, titled “Brown Sugar.”
Meanwhile, the “Total Recall” star Sharon Stone also mentioned that she attempted to use Bumble.
Unfortunately, her profile got suspended, as many users thought it was fake.
“I went on the @bumble dating [site], and they closed my account. Some users reported that it couldn’t possibly be me!” she tweeted. “Hey @bumble, is being me exclusionary? Don’t shut me out of the hive.”
The dating app took action and immediately restored her account.
Feature image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.
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