Now you can browse and potentially date their lookalikes with a new feature from the dating app Badoo.The platform launched its “Badoo Lookalikes” feature this week.Each user's profile is vetted by a secret committee to vouch for each individual’s bona fides, including a thriving social media following.The committee attempts to weed out any gold diggers or fame seekers.With social media influencing everything from plastic surgery to the appearance of American homes, it makes sense that people’s choice of partner would be next.Have you ever wanted to swipe right on Kim Kardashian or even Donald Trump?Search for Jake Gyllenhaal and you’ll find hundreds of people around the world who have his expressive eyebrows, although they may not have his brooding good looks or star quality.
Now I’ve become really good friends with some people I met on there." documentary, Lovato revealed she was actively looking on the app for guys and girls: “I am open to human communication, so whether that’s through a male or female, it doesn’t matter to me.” Launched in 2016, the RAYA dating app houses an exclusive list of eligible celebrities, high-profile singles, executives and athletes.
Badoo is free and available in more than 100 countries worldwide.
It is one of the most popular dating apps in more than a dozen countries around the world, particularly in Eastern Europe, but is less prevalent in the US.
It started at a Hillary Clinton fundraiser in 2016, when Amy Schumer -- who had success with it for a previous relationship -- recommended RAYA to her.
"I put myself out there, because I was ready to date," Lovato told Billboard.
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It’s the latest salvo in what has become an increasingly competitive business.