Lily Allen has joined exclusive dating app Raya, which has been created solely for famous people to flirt and swap messages. Lily Allen is back on the singles market - but not for long, if her renewed attempts at finding love pay off. The Smile singer split from her DJ boyfriend Daniel Lawrence - also known as Meridian Dan - six months ago, and now she's flirting with the possibility of a new romance by signing up for a celebrity dating app. Lily has had more than her fair share of heartache, having previously been married to Sam Cooper but finalising their divorce last year after four years. She's previously joined the mile-high club with Liam Gallagher on board a flight to Japan, and has documented her romps with female escorts in her autobiography.
28 Famous People On Raya, The Secret Dating App for Celebrities
Raya on the App Store
As mere mortals on this earth, many of us are prone to thinking that celebrities only find love within their inner circles or at the exclusive red carpet parties they attend. The truth, though, is that a good chunk of them are swiping left and right just as often as the rest of us are. Read on. Vanessa [Bayer] and I posted our profiles at the same time and scream-giggled like little girls. In between her concerts and epic shoe collection , it appears that pop star Katy Perry also finds time to swipe.
RAYA: What Is the Celebrity Dating App?
This is the undemocratic premise behind Raya, the private dating app celebrities and creative types use to find love. So far only about 5, applicants are rumoured to have been considered cool enough to join the club, having been assessed by an anonymous committee as having sufficient infl uence and physical appeal. But the latest high-profile name to look for love on the site is four times-married former supermodel Christie Brinkley, 64, whose year-old daughter Sailor Brinkley Cook has also signed up. She had matched with somebody famous and she thought it was hysterical so she was telling me about it.
This place exists. Maybe you are one of the more than , people on the waiting list? Raya first appeared several years ago as a dating app aimed at people in creative industries. It has expanded into an invitation-only social network populated by movie stars, fashion designers, pro athletes, tech executives and too many Instagram models to count. About 8 percent of applicants are accepted, making Raya a slightly harder nut to crack than Harvard Business School.