I’ve had celebrities in my practice and on my show who have shared stories about the tabloids planting untrue stories about them cheating on their partner or spouse.
All of these can be especially challenging for someone who did not choose the industry for themselves.” Despite her belief these relationships can ultimately work with trust and confidence, she still thinks dating someone else in the industry is an ideal option.
But because we’d both been accepted to Raya, we could be chatting in just a few clicks, if we both tapped the heart on each other’s profiles.calls itself “an exclusive dating and networking platform for people in creative industries.” I’ve also heard it called “Illuminati Tinder.” Members are admitted by a secretive, anonymous committee, based in part on their Instagram presence.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.Even without the sycophants, these bonds can still create angst.“Celebrities can successfully date ordinary people as long as they’re both aware they will be publicly scrutinized and that their lives may be dictated by the celebrity’s appearance and production schedule.It takes a very secure person to date a celebrity and be able to handle that.” And of course, the tabloid’s obsession with a new couple doesn’t help.
“When you enter the fishbowl with them, it means tabloids are ready to write about you and say mean things and your relationship is under a microscope.
There was his ex-wife Jennifer Garner, following his high-profile relationship with Jennifer Lopez.
Who could forget, try as they might, the reign of Bennifer and its progeny, producer books musical acts for the show.
The thing is, a blue checkmark isn’t exactly discreet.
“People are like, ‘Oh my God, that’s so fucking sad,’” Raya solves the privacy problem through careful curation, as well as its interface: Try to screenshot someone’s profile, and you’ll get an alert threatening to kick you off the network if the photo makes it online.
In the photo, the animal perched on his shoulder, wearing a onesie and stroking his hair.