"I'm talking to probably about nine guys right now," she admitted during an interview with 104.3 Myfm’s Valentine in the Morning.She also revealed that her profile is pretty basic with her tagline simply boasting: "Let's get pizza."" data-reactid="11"Hilary Duff recently announced that she has been swiping through Tinder as a means of finding eligible men.Toni Bergquist, founder/owner of matchmaking service, The Agency, LLC says she would never advise a celebrity client to meet a stranger via a service like I think celebrities have enough issues with privacy.Their dating lives are scrutinized enough as it is with our culture and obsession with celebrity," she explains.When it comes to dating, celebrities are not actually “just like us.” As a Matchmaker at Matching Up in Beverly Hills, one of the perks of my job is working with fabulous celebrity clientele who are looking for love.There are so many misconceptions about celebrities that I have learned throughout my years in LA (first off, they hate being called “celebrities” #oops).The gig was glamorous but tough, and I learned quickly that many male VIPs had god complexes and felt entitled to my attention. " I didn't at first, but apparently everyone else did."Just give me a chance! Go find a chick who's impressed with your day job."He would shake his head and mumble, "Brutal, man.
Finally, Schumer matched with someone who seemed promising: Ben Hanisch, a furniture designer from Chicago.Last year, Tinder even rolled out a “verified” option for famous people.(Though apparently Zac Efron didn’t take advantage of this when he joined, because people assumed his profile was a hoax.) Amy Schumer is the most recent star to come forward with her dating app experience, which she wrote about in her new book, “The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo.” Here’s how she and other celebrities fared: [This is what online dating is like when you’re not gorgeous or ugly, but average] Amy Schumer, 35 App: One “specifically aimed at creative people that attracted a lot of celebrity members,” Schumer wrote, though she didn’t name names. ) Why she signed up: In late December 2015, Schumer and her pal “Saturday Night Live” star Vanessa Bayer were hanging out and talking about the various guys they were texting.As a Matchmaker and Date Coach, I am hired to help find single Bachelors and Bachelorettes love and figure out what has been keeping them from finding true love in the first place.Whether it is through Date Coaching a celeb-scorned Bachelorette or matching a celebrity himself, I've learned a thing or two along the way.However, many community members with small Instagram followings seem to contradict this theory and the admittance algorithm remains a mystery.It costs /month (in US dollars) to be a member of Raya.He made me laugh, and despite being persistent, he wasn't as annoyingly aggressive as other guys.And yes, I saw how many people walked up to him every night.The two messaged back and forth for days, even though Schumer initially feared it was a prank that would be all over the tabloids the next day.When they finally met in person, Schumer wrote, “We smiled at each other, and in that moment, everything felt right.” The two have been dating ever since.swiping through Tinder as a means of finding eligible men.And after inviting her first suitor to accompany her (and a bunch of her gal pals) on a bowling alley outing, the "Come Clean" singer has moved on to chatting with other singles."Potential love interests should be screened thoroughly through a matchmaker or personal assistant or someone that celebs trust." Matchmaker Claire Wexler agrees, adding that online dating leaves the door open for celebs to encounter an array of fame seekers and gold diggers.