So if your spouse's picture pops up, you know what that means.
If you ever wanted to date a celebrity, your big break is finally here — as long as you’re willing to settle for a lookalike.
One common auction is for the chance to attend a film premier with the celebrity.
Examples include Scarlett Johansson, Kristin Davis and Colin Firth. In September, The Chronicle of Philanthropy profiled how the for-profit dating site accepts donations to partnered charities when one user wants to send a message to another user.
If you've always dreamed of going on a date with Lorde, there's a new smartphone dating app that can help.
Badoo is offering people the chance to date their celebrity crush by filtering results using new facial recognition technology.
If you've ever wanted to date a celebrity, now's your chance — sort of.
So don't go telling your friends you have a Justin Bieber-lookalike boyfriend just yet!
Via the New York Post: “Past relationships are usually mired in emotion and there’s typically a good reason why the relationship is over,” she said.
“Most healthy people would prefer to leave the history of the ex in the past.” Amazingly, this arguably isn’t even the weirdest dating app news of the day.
What if we told you about an app that can help find people who look like your celebrity crushes? And if that hasn't caught your attention, definitely will. Once you find the pic, it will take you to their dating profile.
All you gotta do is upload the star's photo along with an age range and a zip code and an army of lookalikes will appear. If you think your spouse is cheating - just plug in their pic and you just might catch him or her. Well, the app says it pulls faces from various dating websites, including Tinder, and Plenty of Fish.