Hilary Duff is talking to ‘about nine guys’ on ‘wildly addicting’ Tinder
Oh, yes, that’s very much Hilary Duff on Tinder.
The “Lizzie McGuire” alum, who stars in TV Land’s “Younger,” admitted to using the matchmaking app to meet new guys.
Duff filed for divorce from husband Mike Comrie in March and is putting herself back out there by trying her hand at dating in the digital age. (She and the former hockey player announced their separation in January 2014.
“It’s true, I’m on Tinder,” the 27-year-old said on 104.3 myFM’s “Valentine in the Morning” on Tuesday.
The “Sparks” singer said that she joined one night when she was sitting around and joking one night with friends but seems to have full embraced it since.
“In my life I’ve always had serious boyfriends. I’ve always met people through work, and I’ve never been on a blind date,” she said, adding that her first Tinder date would be taking place on Tuesday.
For the uninitiated, Tinder offers up photos of potential matches and requires swiping right to approve the match or left to move on to the next photo.
“The whole process is wildly addicting,” she said, adding that she’s “talking to probably about nine guys right now.”
So what’s she looking for?
“I think the first thing is obviously looks, which sounds super vain, but that is what you go for, natural chemistry. And then also what they say, like, in their little profile. It has to be funny,” she said.
“I don’t want to see a shirtless mirror selfie,” she said. “That’s instantly a left.”
Her criteria also includes “someone that looks like they do fun things” and someone “that can make you laugh in their profile.”
Duff, who is mom to 3-year-old Luca, said that she can be identified by her first name and that her profile says “Let’s get pizza.”
As for her Tuesday night rendezvous, she said that she’s going bowling with a guy and several of her friends and she’s pretty excited about it.
“I’ve never dated like a total ‘normie,’ ” she quipped.
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