Andy Cohen officially has joined the dating application Tinder in search of true love. Or at least whatever you'd call the stuff people say and send on Tinder.
The application is a no-holds-barred service matching people pretty much choose each other solely on looks, location and perhaps a witty “about me” blurb.
Based on a user’s preference, Tinder produces a bunch of “results” or people - each profile can hold up to six pictures and an "about me" - for review.
Users swipe left (not interested) or right (interested); if both parties happen to have swiped right, it’s a match! If there’s a match, the two parties can chat.
Kind of awesome concept for a dating app ... or at least hooking up with tech-savvy hotties who happen to be nearby. It was a hit at the Olympic village.
In Cohen's case, during an interview with Larry King, the 46-year-old Bravo producer demonstrated how the app worked and even “matched” with someone.
“He has a nice body,” King said.
We're sure he does ... but check out some of the best Tinder messages of all time to see what nonsense Andy could be in for if he pursues him: