Mobile dating apps
As her new Hallmark Channel character revisits relationships from her past, Andie MacDowell focuses on a future with someone special by her side. During an appearance on “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” the star of Hallmark’s new hit series, “The Way Home” confirmed that after years of being single and resisting looking for love online, her older daughters have convinced her to join a dating app. Unsure of where to start, she had fun letting Corden and guest Billy Porter do an impromptu photo shoot for her profile picture and offer advice as she navigates a new era of dating.
Andie MacDowell gets dating app help from James Corden and Billy Porter
MacDowell, 64, has been married twice, according to the TODAY program – first to former model Paul Qualley from 1986 to 1999, and again from 2001 to 2004 to businessman Rhett Hartzog. Although he has not opposed leaving in subsequent years, in July 2022, MacDowell said the Sunday Times I had no interest in dating apps.
“If someone came in and made my life better, maybe someone that I would be romantic with, you know, sexually. I would take it,” he said. “But to tell you the truth they just don’t show up. And I’m not going to any apps. It’s not going to happen.”
However, MacDowell has changed his tune. On January 24, 2023, during MacDowell’s “Late Late Show” appearanceCorden said he heard that his daughters, Rainey and Margaret, had talked him into joining Raya dating app.
According to page six, Raya exclusively serves influencers, artists and people in the entertainment industry. Celebrities who have admitted to joining the app in the past include Lizzo, John Mayer, Demi Lovato, Drew Barrymore, Chelsea Handler and Nick Kroll, who met his wife there.
“I was resisting it at first,” MacDowell told Corden, adding that she’s been excited about the idea ever since, but told her daughters she wanted to attract someone who was okay with being very relaxed
“They didn’t like that idea,” he said. “I thought I’d put ‘Don’t wait too long, I don’t feel like working too hard.’ Something like that with me in my hiking clothes.”
Corden and Porter joked that he should type “Google me” and not even add a profile picture. When asked by Corden how soon she planned to join Raya, MacDowell started to say “as soon as possible,” but then remembered that she didn’t have a good profile picture and needed help deciding what to use.
When Corden offered to wear one on the spot, MacDowell exclaimed, “Let’s do it, please!”
With Porter hilariously using a cue card as a fan of what a professional photo shoot might look like, and Corden using his cell phone to snap photos, MacDowell tried out a variety of poses, from happy to serious to giving – a boost to her cleavage in jest.
As the trio laughed, Porter exclaimed, “You’re going to get a lot of dates, girl!”
The following evening, MacDowell posted a clip of her appearance on Instagram, joking that she had a glass of champagne before going on air, but said she would stand by her decision to join stripe
“Here’s to having fun,” he wrote. “Life is short…laugh as much as you can.”
Andie MacDowell Says ‘Glam’ Look Was Fun, But She’s Back in Her Hiking Gear
The morning after her appearance on the “Late Late Show” on Jan. 25, MacDowell shared on her Instagram Stories that while it was fun to pull an all-nighter, she was eager to get back to nature .
More than a photo of her in her dressing room the night before, she tagged her stylists and wrote: “Thank you all for the glam. Today I’m back to my old pants, t-shirt and sweaters. Going on a hike… last night was fun.”
MacDowell also posted a video of a pile of mailboxes by the side of the road and wrote: “I’m going for a walk today! I hate gossip… I love the sound of birds and Mr. Rogers”
He continued: “I’m very concerned that our society is far more interested in information than wonder. In noise rather than silence. How do we do that?”
MacDowell’s most recent role as Del Landry, a farmer and grandmother in “The Way Home” – aligns well with her current personality and lifestyle, and her desire to portray older women as strong and vibrant .
At the beginning of January, he told Parade magazine, “Hollywood informs our social ideas and our culture. We’ve accepted the idea that men can age but women can’t.”
Allowing herself to embrace rather than hide her age has even made dating “better”, she told The Sunday Times, noting that growing out her gray hair during the COVID lockdown has ensured that men don’t expect her to be someone she’s not.
“I might have looked younger and more acceptable to someone before,” she said, “but I want to be appreciated for where I am, for my age. And the response from men has been, ‘You’re beautiful.’
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