The League, another private dating app, launched last year amid widespread media coverage and .1 million in seed money, and has attracted that’s elite by some standards but blandly corporate by others. Since it launched in March, it has stayed totally out of the press.The people that gravitate to this are diverse, but also, generally, more (internet) famous than their counterparts on other dating services.Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario, Canada Date of Birth: April 10, 1987 Ethnicity: *Irish, Scottish (father) *Filipino, some Spanish (mother) Shay Mitchell is a Canadian actress, model, entrepreneur, and author. Shay has said that her father is “half-Scottish, half-Irish”.
” The guppy does its best to serve as a vessel for all his projected insecurities.
“Shy” Keegan reveals that he is actually so shy he can’t really carry on a conversation.
The result is something like one of those unmarked nightclubs, except it’s in your phone, and peppered with vloggers and net artists in addition to models and Disney stars of yore.
Raya isn’t the first online dating service to try to harness celebrity and status to cultivate an image of exclusivity — its strategy, however, seems shrewder than most.
The pair sit there totally nude, the silence punctuated only by Diane’s strained conversation-starters, i.e., “Oh, is your mom German?
” Then they both give up and go straight to bed, hoping for a better tomorrow.
“I think people find it a mystery that I don’t have these Hollywood fantasies,” she tells me. There are strange elongated limbs, jumping shoes, a piano that turns into a cocktail maker.
“Not interesting ones, anyway.” We meet in a dark London hotel room on a bright Saturday morning.
Audrey Tautou has a discreet silver band on her wedding finger, but any inquiries as to whether or not it is an engagement ring are met with coquettish smiles and girlish giggles and, finally, an answer – of sorts. Since she won the hearts of just about everyone when she took the terrifically twee lead role in Amélie 13 years ago, she has done only two English-language films – The Da Vinci Code, with Tom Hanks, and Dirty Pretty Things, with Chiwetel Ejiofor – instead focusing on movies from her French homeland. In Mood Indigo (out on 1 August) she plays a young woman who discovers she has a water lily growing in her lung. It is set in a surreal version of Paris and was directed by Michel Gondry, of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind fame.
” That the 37-year-old actress is playfully private is perhaps not that much of a surprise. She is here to promote two new films, both of which are the definition of interesting.
And I don’t get that many offers from America…” She scrunches up her button nose and smiles cheekily.