The second rule of Raya: You do not talk about Raya, so much so that the app punishes you for even taking screen grabs. Exclusivity works.)So why would the super famous need a dating app to meet new people?In fact, we're being a little bit naughty by just writing about it. Who knows, celebrities are mysterious creatures, like cats... (Note: No famous cats, thus far, on Raya.)Now, there are regular citizens on Raya, so there is hope for all of us.Before Amber Rose was teaching the world how to be a bad bitch, she was hitting red carpets on the arm of Kanye West.If you want to be a celebrity (or if you’re a celebrity-in-training), dating a superstar is a perfect way to boost your own profile.The word has only leaked here and there, but as you read this, the likelihood is quite high that anyone associated with NYLON who has a Raya account is probably getting flayed by folks in black trench coats. However, the approval process is not exactly clear-cut.Do not worry: The so-called Tinder for Illuminati has built its cache by flying under the radar. ) he app has been around for over a year—and though it bills itself as a connector for "creative types," it mostly has very beautiful folks with 5,000-plus Instagram followers. From what we can glean, you need to meet at least four out of the five following criteria in order to be accepted: Fortunately, a few of us have been blessed to have encountered some of these denizens of Raya (or, hey, maybe even got accepted to Raya ourselves, though rule number one prevents us from actually admitting that), and after being slightly starstruck by the company, we started compiling a list of famous people that popped up.
Unfortunately, most people are also so scared of rejection that they won’t even consider asking a celebrity on a date. When Dobrev took the stage with Kellan Lutz to present the Choice Movie Actress: Action/Adventure award to Shailene Woodley, she finally (jokingly) addressed the plethora of dating rumors that have recently plagued her life by calling out Lutz for standing far away from her -- the "Expendables 3" hunk apparently came up with a "5 feet radius" rule because he didn't want to be the latest notch on Dobrev's fake Internet dating rumor belt: It was an adorable bit, but still, we feel kind of sorry for the "Vampire Diaries" actress for having to deal with tabloid ridiculousness every time she leaves Atlanta to attend a Hollywood party. Hey, at least the former couple's characters are kind of together on TV, if you forget about the fact that Somerhalder's Damon is dead? We're living vicariously through you in the best possible way, even if absolutely none of this is true.(Even household names like Chrissy Teigen and Scott Disick had some help from their famous baes to gain a shinier celebrity status.) Some of these stars were on their way to fame with their own projects, but dating big-time celebrities definitely helped them get to the next level.Here are celebs made famous by their A-list significant others.