Single celebrity Natalie Imbruglia is considering signing up to the cult dating app Tinder.
Natalie Imbruglia is considering joining Tinder.
The 39-year-old actress-turned-singer has admitted that her lack of success in her love life has led her to seriously think about signing up for the cult dating app, which lets users initially simply judge each other based on appearance.
Speaking on Kiis FM's Kyle and Jackie O show, she revealed her relationship status is ''Shocking! I'm so single'', before adding, ''I'm starting to consider that I should go on Tinder... Well where am I going to meet people?''
The 'Torn' hitmaker is particularly keen to join after one of her friends found love through the app.
Admitting her reasons for joining, she said: ''My girlfriend in London has fallen madly in love on her third Tinder date - and I'm incredibly jealous.
''He's a really nice normal guy, a director... I've met him he's really sweet and really normal.
''Everyone I know whose single in London is on Tinder.''
However, the radio presenters were not impressed, with Jackie O commenting: ''Tinder that's... I dunno if you'd be right for Tinder.''
To which Natalie replied: ''Is it different here? Is it dodgy here? Should I not be talking about it.''
Natalie was previously married to Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns in 2003 before the couple divorced in 2008.
She has also been linked to a string of famous men including David Schwimmer and Harry Styles.
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