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A couple of years ago now, a TV host I know based in LA messaged me telling me I needed to get on Raya.

Dillon Francis used to have ‘Stop’ by The Spice Girls.

Last time I checked he’s repping the Seinfield theme song.) Rumors have it hotshots such as Cara Delevingne, Teri Hatcher and even Moby are also fans of the AAA app. Unlike most dating apps, Raya isn’t geo-targeted, which means you can match and be talking to people in LA, Paris or Johannesburg.

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Going by the hunch of her visions, Clare makes her way into the park's woods in hopes of finding Marks kids.

Her search not only turns up the kids, but looking for their little dog after had also led her to a pink princess body.

“I don’t think I really need another dating app.” “Trust me,” he said.

“You’ll want to be on this one.” A dating app like no other, Raya is more like a secret society: harder to get into than NASA and more exclusive than Soho House.

I was then told I’d be notified should my application be successful. A few nervous days went by and after some constant refreshing I received a message telling me I had been accepted. I had been given the password to the secret dating club for the rich and famous. You see, whilst they may sell it as a “dating app for people in the creative industry”, what they Raya puts Tinder to shame. And every screen on the app has your Instagram handle watermarked in the background – so if something gets out, they know who leaked it.

From famous actors to DJs, restaurateurs to professional athletes, every single swipe brings you another supremely attractive or very successful singleton. I guess it’s to protect the A-listers’ privacy and keep the whole thing as exclusive as possible but boy, I really shat my pants the first time I got busted.

Her ex Matt is immediately a suspect when the cop on the job jumps into the conclusion that just because Matt had to play her prince for the day, he must have been the only person who has seen her, and thus the last person in her presence.