7 Wild “I Dated A Famous Person” Stories You Need To Read

Spoiler: Celebs are weird in person.
7 Wild “I Dated A Famous Person” Stories You Need To Read
Gabi ContiBy Gabi Conti -

1) I exchanged numbers with an Entourage star at a trendy vegan spot in L.A. He was older than any guy I’d ever dated, but I thought we could hang out... until literally every person I talked to knew someone who’d dated with him. He kept hitting me up, but I ghosted.”
–Ayler, 32

via GIPHY

2) “This early-2000s heartthrob slid into my Insta DMs and asked me on a beach date. He was really bizarre. He kept talking about his career like he was on an audition and was worried the paparazzi were going to catch him? Later, he invited me over and asked me to ‘bring a friend.’ I passed.” –Kelly, 28

via GIPHY


3) “I matched with a winner of a popular reality dating show. On our first date, he kept snapping at me – and then legit asked me to leave – for putting my hands on his face. He really couldn’t handle it! A while later, I heard he had started dating a coworker of mine. They ended up together for six months – I guess she never touched his face.” –Taylor, 29

via GIPHY

4) “A singer known for being a huge heartbreaker messaged me on Snapchat. We had a normal first date, but I was shocked he didn’t make a move. He was supposed to be such a player! A week later, he invited me over, and we finally kissed. But that was it?”
–Maddie, 27

via GIPHY

5) “I met a TV-star-turned-movie-superhero on an app. When I got to his house for our first date, he didn’t even open the door or offer me a drink. He was already in the hot tub, expecting me to hop in (I sat next to it instead). He was argumentative with me about everything and kept trying to debate me on the dumbest small-talk topics. Dunno what his endgame was, but he was a total idiot. I’m a pretty agreeable person, but to get a rise out of him, I eventually said I didn’t believe in the moon landing. Needless to say, there wasn’t a second date.”
–Stephanie, 31

via GIPHY

6) “I went to an after-party at the house of a well-known ‘90s TV star. I grew up watching his show and thought his onscreen relationship was the definition of true love, so I shot my shot. It was strange though – the drinks and snacks in his kitchen felt frozen in time. Like, he had a lifetime supply of Snapple. He also played Owl City’s Good Time on loop until no one was having a good time. We flirted for a while, but like his fame, it faded.”
–Abby, 31

via GIPHY