Essentially, it’s a dating app for those 200,000 people (well, ) who are verified on Twitter, because, you know, Brad Jaffy and Pew Die Pie can’t just date any old rabble that makes its home on the internet.
Three rounds later, the celeb will have settled on their potential love match.
VIDEO: Khloe Kardashian freaks out after Rob woos her best friend "I think there's a big hole in the dating show world," Darnell reasons.
“I’m very fortunate, you know,” the harmonica-toting entertainer said.
“‘Idol' allowed me to be able to be in entertainment for 10 years!
Now we’ll have to wait and see if that ‘baby bump’ and that ‘high-profile wine-voidance’ are the key clues that ultimately lead to the Best Famous Baby News of the year.© 2017 Media Mass All rights reserved.
Don't get too excited: the Internet's new favorite celebrity couple are (almost certainly) not dating.
Needless to say, it’s extremely unlikely that anyone you’d actually want to message, let alone date, will sign up for this service.
And it’s also important to remember, as Mashable points out, that not all people who are verified are celebrities, internet famous, or even a good person.
Richard Spencer, for instance, is one of the 200,000 people who are verified. And so are a host of now-cancelled TV Land sitcoms***.