As if we needed more proof: Celebrities really are just like us — when it comes to dating, anyway.
Even though they can probably have their publicist contact someone else’s publicist to set up a date, multiple stars have recently confirmed they’re swiping on dating apps.
The specific details of each experiment varied slightly, but in general, photos of people, who varied in their levels of physical attractiveness, were paired with short pieces of creative writing, which the person in the photo was said to have written.
Essentially, Raya is the “you can’t sit with us” of dating apps.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.Rather, the findings also suggest the effects of creativity "tend to be stronger for people with average-looking faces than people with very good-looking faces," Watkins told Live Science.In addition, in some cases, the men got a larger boost in their attractiveness from being creative than women did, according to the study, which was published Wednesday (April 19) in the journal Royal Society Open Science.