« They thought I was a catfish pretending to be me »
Sharon Stone isn’t the only celebrity having trouble in the dating app world During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live, crooner Sam Smith explained to host Andy Cohen that they had got started from Hinge because the dating app thought it was actually a catfish using photos of Sam Smith to trick potential suitors
ET Canada reports that Smith was just following Cohen’s advice Apparently Cohen had suggested they give dating via the internet and, well, it just didn’t work
« I’m still single I’m still on the front line with all the singles and it’s been tough  I went on all the apps and everything, » they said on a virtual tour of the show « I took your advice I joined this dating site called Hinge in the UK And they dumped me after one night because they thought I was a catfish pretending to be me »
Cohen explained that the same had happened to him, showing Hinge and his users that celebrities really are like the rest of us – they just need to be verified
« The same has happened to me on dating apps, but that’s why I wanted you to join Tinder because I have someone who can help and verify you, » Cohen told Smith.
Sam Smith, Hinge, Online Dating App, Genderqueer
World News – GB – Hinge kicked Sam Smith out of his app because he thought they were a catfish
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