Love Is Just A Swipe Away! Celebrities Who Have Tried Online Dating: Photos
These celebs have been shooting their shot online!
From good experiences to embarrassing ones, see how stars like Chris Rock, Drew Barrymore, Adele, Ashton Kutcher, Ben Affleck, Matthew Perry and Lizzo took their chances of looking for love on dating apps.
Scroll through the gallery to see the stars who tried to find love online:
This comedian was not afraid to put himself out there! Rock was recently spotted on Raya OK! exclusively confirmed.
"A dad first don't worry 2 kids in college / Live music / a play / a game / love to travel," the funny man's bio allegedly reads. "Open to various types of relationships just be honest and we'll figure it out. Clarity is kindness. I can't wait to get off this app."
During a 2021 episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, the actress admitted to dabbling with online dating — but she wasn't super into it.
"I feel like I’m always swiping left because they are too young or I don’t know who they are," she confessed. “I dip in and out, every once in a while. And then I freak out and jump off."
The "Hello" vocalist admitted in the The Biography that she tried finding love online in the past. The main problem? Adele said she forgot to upload a picture of herself for any potential suitors.
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Before getting with Mila Kunis, the That 70's Show star was often spotted on Tinder in his single days. Kutcher later contemplated investing in dating apps like Grindr — which he made his now-wife try out.
“He was like, ‘So babe, you know, I got this thing that I’m thinking about. … You need to do me a favor and look at this app. Download [it].’ I was like, ‘No problem!'” the Black Swan star said during a 2015 interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. “I’m on this thing going, ‘What is this?!’ Like, swiping things left and right.’ I’m like, ‘This is amazing!'”
In October 2019, the Argo star admitted on Twitter that he had been active on Raya. His efforts for a relationship took a turn in 2021 when one of his matches publicly shared a video message he allegedly sent her with the entire world.
Selling Sunset star Emma Hernan also recently claimed on a new episode of the Netflix series that she matched with the handsome hunk on Raya right before Bennifer 2.0 began last year. However, The Tender Bar actor's rep quickly shut down the rumors, claiming in a statement: "Raya has confirmed that he has not been an active member for several years."
The Friends actor was not so lucky in love with his venture into the online dating world. After getting on Raya, Perry matched with then 19-year-old TikTok star Kate Haralson. She was later booted from the app after she shared the cringe worthy conservation she had with the then-51-year-old.
The "Good As Hell" vocalist revealed she tried swiping away on Raya but found it boring. However, she did use it to help a friend.
"I've done Raya. I tried to match with John Mayer — it didn't work," Lizzo said during an appearance on Busy Tonight. “My dancer wanted to have a hoe phase, so I decided to join her, and I went on one of the, you know, lower-echelon dating apps. No shade, but you don't have to get confirmed … So I hopped on it and I had a hoe phase for like a week and it was really fun."