During an appearance on The Ellen De Generes Show, Theron revealed that her friend Chelsea Handler had introduced her to the wild world of online dating. And she’s swiping all these faces of guys in all different sorts of — I’m going to sound like I’m 80.“ She was on her phone and she showed it to me and she was explaining it to me in that Chelsea Handler way, which is just like, ‘ Yeah, everybody’s doing this. But they’re in all sorts of different variations of no clothes, and then they know that you’ve just said no, I don’t like you.” Even with the intro lesson, Theron isn’t convinced that dating apps are for her.I asked him how he knew my name and my My Space name, but he wouldn’t tell me.” Which just goes to show: you never know who's looking at you online.It could be Halle Berry, so you might want to say hello.And Berry found her latest love, Candian model Gabriel Aubry, at a photo shoot in Canada. Date.com, for example, claims to have been responsible for at least 250 marriages.Far more trendy these days, however, are free social networking services, which are often used for dating." However, when it comes to making a love connection, many still swear by "the real world." Out of 2,000 people polled, just 7 percent believe computer-dating services work, according to a recent annual survey by romance-novel publisher Harlequin.
Rivers Cuomo, frontman of the rock band Weezer, signed up for an online dating service site after remaining celibate for two years, he told Rolling Stone magazine last May.Stars like Joan Rivers and Halle Berry have confessed to checking out online dating sites — and Rivers even posted an ad on Match.com"I love smart men, funny men, elegant men," Rivers' profile reads."If I had to choose between Brad Pitt stripped to the waist or an old George Clooney in a dinner jacket, George would win hands down." Rivers admitted to Howard Stern last month that she placed the ad.Social networking and online dating Web sites have become popular for letting everyday people create celebrity-like identities for themselves.But celebrities are using the very same sites to shun their Hollywood identities in favor of meeting everyday people.It’s “fresh,” Rippon quipped to PEOPLE of his new relationship in April 2018. ” Rippon says they’ve “been talking for the past seven months” and then “started to hang out a little bit more, because we were both really busy.” on in March 2018, when she revealed to Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover that she met her mystery boyfriend of eight months on the dating app Tinder. When I broke up with my ex, I went back on Tinder, because I feel like if you want to date, you have to be on the apps.You have to be on the apps to be in the game,” she said.The study goes on to mention other problems, such as functionality and organization, that lead to customer dissatisfaction. After submitting his profile, he said the Web site responded: "We are sorry, but there is no one anywhere in the world that is appropriate for you." “So that was it, I gave up," he said.Rivers told Stern she hasn't received a single message yet."Celebrities are just like everyone else," he said."Unfortunately people can become captivated by the celebrity status and be attracted to them for the wrong reasons." With online dating, celebrities can try to develop a relationship based on their character, not their stardom, Webb added.