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Matthew Perry outed on Raya for sending a girl cringe-worthy messages

  • May 06, 2021

Could this BE more embarrassing? Now Matthew Perry is outed for sending a girl cringe-worthy messages after matching on celeb dating app Raya

  • Perry, 51, who is now engaged to fiancée Molly Hurwitz, appears to have previously been on the celeb dating app Raya 
  • TikTok user @kittynichole claims she matched with the Friends actor, saying he then played the game 20 questions with her on FaceTime 
  • It is not clear when the video was filmed, but Perry is reported to have briefly split with Hurtwitz, 29, last May, before getting back together  
  • Earlier this week, Ben Affleck was outed for having used Raya in a similar TikTok video

Friends actor Matthew Perry is the latest celebrity to be outed for using the dating app Raya, following Ben Affleck earlier this week. 

Perry, 51, who is now engaged to fiancée Molly Hurwitz, 29, can be seen in a new TikTok video chatting to a pretty blonde who claims they matched on the supposedly exclusive dating service.

TikTok user @kittynichole shared a video of herself with the caption: ‘When you match w Matthew Perry as a joke on a dating app and he facetimes you and plays 20 questions with you.’

Matthew Perry is the latest celeb to be revealed on Raya: Friends star is seen FaceTiming pretty blonde he met on the dating app in another TikTok video

It is not clear when the FaceTime exchange occurred between Perry and the woman, as he has been dating Hurtwitz since 2018 – however there were reports of a brief split in May last year before getting back together again. 

In November last year, Perry announced the pair had got engaged, telling PEOPLE: ‘I decided to get engaged. Luckily, I happened to be dating the greatest woman on the face of the planet at this time.’

Meanwhile, a source claimed to Us Weekly last May, that Perry was on Raya, saying he was ‘messaging girls and getting back into online dating again.’ has reached out to a representative for the actor, who has so far been unavailable for comment. 

TikTok tell-all: It appears some TikTok users have started a worrying new trend of outing celebrities for using the dating service 

Now THIS is a match: Perry, 51, got engaged to fiancée Molly Hurwitz in November last year having started dating in 2018 (though the pair were reportedly ‘on a break’ in May last year)

The sighting comes after Ben Affleck went viral on Monday when a video emerged of him pursuing a woman on Instagram, after she had turned him down on Raya thinking that his profile was a fake.  

On Thursday, Chrissy Teigen weighed into the worrying new trends for stars, as she tweeted: ‘I agree celebs shouldn’t be making these creepy desperate video replies on Raya but it’s tacky to release private messages. Ya both wrong, congrats.’ 

Raya is often described as the celebrity version of Tinder, as the dating app requires a membership and a vetting process, which is enticing to big movie stars like Affleck. 

The app – which launched in 2015 – describes itself as being ‘an exclusive dating and networking platform for people in creative industries.’ 

Click and tell: Nivine Jay went viral on Monday when she posted a TikTok video about the experience

Demi Lovato revealed that she signed up to Raya after she split with ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama in 2016. 

It has also been rumored that actor Channing Tatum became a member after his split from British singer Jessie J. 

Rumors that Affleck has been on the dating app have been rife for the past couple of years, though it was unclear up until now if it had been a fake profile.

Busy man: Matthew recently finished filming a special Friends reunion episode for HBO Max

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