Published On: May 03 2013 03:11:28 PM CDTUpdated On: May 06 2013 01:00:00 AM CDT
Martha Stewart recently announced that she is ready to give online dating a try and has signed up for Match.com, asking Facebook fans to vote on her profile picture. Take a look at other celebrities who have tried online dating.
Jenny McCarthy. The 40-year-old mom signed up for Match.com last year, being careful not to reveal her identity.
Charlie Sheen. Sheen was a member of the exclusive online dating site MillionaireMatch, until another member outed him.
Joan Rivers. The late fashion critic and comedienne signed up for Match.com back in 2006, but didn't get any attention.
Adele. She admitted in her book The Biography that she signed up for eHarmony. Alas, there's a big problem when you're a celebrity: "I can't put a photo of myself, so I don't get any e-mails!" she said.
Halle Berry. Berry admitted in 2006, that she's secretly frequented online dating chat rooms and dating websites.
Jennifer Aniston. Aniston reportedly paid six figures to a professional online matchmaking service to help her find love, before landing her current beau, Justin Theroux.
Matthew Perry. When it was reported in 2008 that Perry had an online profile on dating site, Rich Soulmate, the service got so many hits that it crashed.
Cheryl Cole. The former X-factor judge and singer is allegedly keen to jump onto web dating sites under an alias to find a new man after friends recommended it to her.
Tila Tequila. Dating service, WooMe. com claims the reality star once was a member but she hasn't confirmed or denied this role.
Orlando Bloom. The British actor once reached out to find love on Facebook. "It's difficult to know sometimes whether girls like me or the guy they see in Pirates of the Caribbean," the actor explained in 2007 of his decision to create a profile using a different name and a friend's photo. "This way I get to know them from behind a disguise."
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