Online Dating with Celebrities: Top 5 stars who used digital dating

Last Modified: 9th Sep

More and more singles are being tempted to join dating sites these days. These outlets cover so many types of relationships, whether you're seeking friendship, casual flings, or something more serious. Algorithms will assist you with your quest to find someone truly compatible. Digital dating services are even attracting the attention of celebrities. No wonder. They provide a haven for connecting with prospective partners screened from prying paparazzi. Once you've become a member of a tenderbang platform, you never know who you might end up flirting with! With that being said, here are five celebs who’ve dabbled in digital matchmaking.

Channing Tatum

Known for his dexterity on the dancefloor (his first hit movie was Step Up), Tatum also showed he wasn’t averse to stripping off for female audiences in 2012’s Magic Mike. You might think Tatum would be used to fighting off the attention of female admirers. But he has been known to dip into online dating services when the occasion demands it. When his relationship with English pop singer Jessie J concluded, he admitted to signing up for online dating. You can understand why a high-profile star might prefer slipping under the radar. Having the space to message in privacy would be such a refreshing change from being the center of attention.

Demi Lovato

Lovato first savored fame and fortune at an early age, starring in the early Noughties kids' TV show, Barney and Friends. She went on to make a name for herself in the Camp Rock franchise, later branching into singing as well as acting. Her debut single 'This is Me' was taken from the soundtrack of the first Camp Rock movie, peaking at number nine in the USA's Billboard Hot 100. Since then, she has enjoyed regular chart success, as well as being linked to various suitors. When her six-year romance with actor Wilmer Valderrama broke up, she sought consolation on a popular dating site. On the rebound? Many people use digital dating for this very reason.

Drew Barrymore

Talkshow host, producer, director, and actor, Barrymore fits the description of Hollywood royalty. She entered the public eye as a child star of Steven Spielberg's E.T. back in 1992 but has played a variety of roles, ranging from sultry vamps to out-and-out comedy characters. Although her younger days were plagued by spells in rehab, she has matured into one of cinema's most reliable leading ladies. She has been open about being an active ‘swiper’ on digital outlets in the past, but also conceded she did ‘terribly’. If at first, you don’t succeed …

Lindsey Lohan

Lohan was another actress who suffered from being thrust into the limelight at an early age. After wowing teen audiences with her charismatic turns in Disney feature The Parent Trap (1998) and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004), she was featured in salacious tabloid stories about her volatile life away from the silver screen. But she has overcome much of her demons and recently signed a multi-movie deal with Netflix. More than that, she has also been known to rely on finding romance via smart devices.

Zac Efron

Californian-born Efron rose to stardom as a handsome leading character in the High School Musical trilogy between 2006 and 2008, with posters of the square-jawe3d Troy Bolton adorning the bedroom walls of teenage girls across the globe. Nowadays, he has gained notice from critics for serious roles and won a coveted Daytime Emmy for a documentary about his life. Again, a relationship break-up was cited as the prompt that compelled him to register with a dating service. For all his good looks, he found solace in joining the crowds of enthusiastic virtual daters.

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