Multiple celebs on this list have run into John Mayer on the dating app Raya.
Celebrities are swiping right and left while looking for love, just like everyone else in the world!
Many stars choose to keep mum on their dating life, but quite a few admit to turning to dating apps on their quest to find a significant other. From Tinder to Bumble to the ultra exclusive Raya, celebs have been looking for love on all kinds of dating apps.
While you're most likely to come across a famous face on Raya (multiple celebs on this list have run into John Mayer), it's not totally unlikely to find a celeb elsewhere. Zac Efron says he has used Tinder -- but no one actually believed it was him!
Here's who else you might swipe by while using a dating app...
Tiffany Haddish admits to having used dating apps before but definitely isn't the biggest fan of the concept.
"Online dating — man, I don't like it, because I feel like that's where I meet a lot of creeps. Dudes that have a really nice picture and you're like, 'Oh I can't wait to meet him,' and then you go to the Starbucks to meet him and you're like, 'Oh my God, he is a booger wolf... His breath smells like he's been eating for eggs for days. His beard is ashy! He got an ashy beard,'" Tiffany said on "The Tonight Show."
Amy Schumer has had major success on dating apps, meeting her ex Ben Hanisch on Tinder despite some of her questionable profile photos.
"In my main profile picture, I was wearing sunglasses and a baseball cap with no makeup. It was a selfie and I made a gross face, looking as though I were dying, because I was hiking, so I was. I also put up a picture of Sophia from 'The Golden GIrls,' Claire Danes making her cry face on 'Homeland,' and one more normal photo where I was smiling and wearing a sweatshirt," she wrote in "The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo."
Noah Centineo says he's been on numerous dating apps including the celebrity-filled app Raya but doesn't use them too much anymore.
"I used Raya for a little while, but I deactivated it. It's just, for me, I'd rather meet people doing things that I enjoy doing, because then we already have similarities between us. It's like, if I go to a yoga class, and someone is in that yoga class and I think she's cute, we already are off to a great start because we both like yoga," Noah told Entertainment Tonight.
Lizzo admits she too checked out Raya and came across John Mayer! Things didn't work out for them either.
"I tried to match with John Mayer — it didn't work," Lizzo said on "Busy Tonight," adding, "My dancer wanted to have a hoe phase, so I decided to join her, and I went on one of the, you know, lower-echelon dating apps. No shade, but you don't have to get confirmed… So I hopped on it and I had a hoe phase for like a week and it was really fun."
6. David Dobrik
David Dobrik is in the online dating game and says that he exclusively uses Bumble when trying to make a match.
"If we're talking dating apps, I'm only talking Bumble. Bumble is my go-to. So let's leave it at that... Dating apps, it's a lot to get used to, because you've got to be clever, you know?" David told Clevver News.
Rebel Wilson has said that she turns to Raya when she's single and revealed that some of her co-stars have used it too!
"I've been on it a few years, but I'm only active for a week or two. When you're seeing somebody, you're not on it. It's only for the times in between when you're very much single. And just looking for who's out there. But I think it's a really good tool and a lot of the 'Pitch Perfect' girls are on it, and a lot of my girlfriends in the industry are on it," Rebel told People.