Get ready ladies! While it may not be for certain, there is a large chance that Brad Pitt is searching for love online. While accepting the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Award at the 2020 Golden Globes, the 56-year-old "Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood" star poked fun at his alleged Tinder profile. "I've got to add this to my Tinder profile," Pitt joked while holding up his new accolade on stage. And after this joke, Pitt can be certain that his female fans will be swiping right in the hopes of matching with the star.
At 61-years-old, former fashion model and actress Sharon Stone is living her best life on Bumble -- or, at least, trying to. In December 2019, Stone revealed on Twitter that she was kicked off of the dating app after users reported her for impersonating herself. "I went on the @bumble dating [site] and they closed my account," she tweeted. "Some users reported that it couldn’t possibly be me! Hey @bumble, is being me exclusionary? Don’t shut me out of the hive."
Following his split from British singer Jessie J in December 2019, Channing Tatum was reportedly found looking for love once again on the celebrity dating app Raya, according to Us Weekly. The 39-year-old "Magic Mike" star was allegedly spotted with a profile set to D'Angelo's "Brown Sugar" that read: “And yes, I used to be a stripper. Sorry." However, as of Jan. 23, it has been reported that Tatum and Jessie J have rekindled their romance, leaving us all thinking that the star is back offline.
Ben Affleck made waves when it was reported that he had joined Raya in October 2019. According to Page Six, sources claimed that the "Batman" star was on the hunt to find "a real partner" and was "in a good space" to find love again following his split from “Saturday Night Live” producer Lindsay Shookus. But another source later claimed that the actor was "no longer on Raya." Following his short stint dating online, Affleck was reportedly spotted on an IRL date at Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles.
Even with her high profile on "Orange Is The New Black", Laverne Cox has turned to the help of Tinder for her dating life. In 2018, the actress revealed to People that she met her boyfriend Kyle Draper on Tinder, saying, "It’s really dumb luck that we met and clicked." She added, "I like to be in the moment and not think [about] the future, and [right now] I’m very grateful that I get to experience this." In June 2019, the actress and Draper called it quits, so there is the possibility that Cox has returned to the app to find love.
Take a moment to contain yourselves because there is still a chance that Niall Horan is looking for love online. In 2018, the former One Direction boy bander sparked rumours he had split from singer Hailee Steinfeld after reportedly being spotted by fans with a profile on Raya. A year later, romance rumours emerged between Horan and Selena Gomez; however, he confirmed to ET Canada that she is a "good friend." As of December 2019, Horan admitted on Hit90.9 Gold Coast that he is still "very much single." So, our fingers are crossed!
After calling it quits with her boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama after six years together in 2016, Demi Lovato turned to Raya. Appearing on the March 2018 cover of Billboard, the singer revealed that she was open to trying the app after Amy Schumer introduced it to her at a Hillary Clinton fundraiser in 2016. "I put myself out there, because I was ready to date," she said, revealing that she was open to a "male or female" connection.
Just as Martha Stewart has become the queen of the kitchen, the 78-year-old businesswomen has also become an OG on Match.com. Stewart joined the online dating service back in 2013 and has been very open about her experience on the site, which has reportedly included five dates over the years. In 2019, she told the Daily Mail about one particularly cringe-worthy experience where her date left a "$10" tip on a mega-pricey Italian dinner at the exclusive East Harlem restaurant Rao's, where the owner fronted the bill. Since then, Stewart has admitted that she would not mind finding a man with a "boat," "plane," or "helicopter."
As one of the biggest heartthrobs in Hollywood, fans would be surprised to learn that when Zac Efron joined Tinder, no one swiped right. In 2016, the actor hilariously told The Times, "Amazingly, when I signed up for Tinder, nobody swiped me! They thought it was fake... that never happened." As far as fans know, the 32-year-old is single, leaving us all hoping that if he does not get back together with Vanessa Hudgens, he will give Tinder one last shot.
Throughout the years, Chelsea Handler has shared her love for online dating. Speaking with ET in 2017, the television personality revealed she is not only on Tinder, but she is "on all those apps." Explaining that she likes to use dating apps while travelling, Handler said, "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 on Tinder [and] all that stuff. I’m a regular person.”