American model Emily Ratajkowski, singer Olivia Rodrigo and actress Drew Barrymore have all admitted to looking for love online – and now actor Michael B Jordan has become the latest celeb to join the exclusive dating app Raya.
The Black Panther star recently appeared on comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live (SNL) where he addressed his break-up from model Lori Harvey.
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He kicked off an SNL skit by joking about how anxious he was and that he was officially in therapy.
“Tonight, Michael B hosting, Michael B nervous, Michael B vulnerable, Michael will be alright,” he said.
The 35-year-old also opened up about getting over his ex.
“Most people after a break-up are like, 'I'm going to get in better shape.' But I was already in Creed shape. So I had to be like, 'All right, I guess I'll learn a new language.' Anyway, estoy en [I'm on] Raya,” he said in Spanish.
Michael and Lori (26), adopted daughter of comedian Steve Harvey, broke up in June 2022 after dating for more than a year.
Though he's rumoured to be seeing British model Amber Jepson (26) now, neither Michael nor Amber confirmed they're in a relationship.
The pair apparently hit it off when they met in the UK after he purchased a stake in soccer club AFC Bournemouth, according to reports.
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Michael has had a string of high-profile relationships, including with models Kendall Jenner (27) and Cindy Bruna (28) and actress KiKi Layne (31).
Meanwhile Lori has moved on with British actor Damson Idris (31).
The pair were spotted celebrating her birthday in January six months after she split from Michael.
Michael and Lori haven't discussed what led to their break-up, but in an interview with E! News host Adrienne Bailon she revealed that she's guided by her father's relationship advice.
"Just remember that you're the prize, always," she said.
"That means not compromising my values, my happiness, my peace, not settling for less than what I know I deserve and not being afraid to walk away from a situation if it's no longer serving me."
Sources: PageSix; CNN, Variety, The News; People; US Magazine; The Sun; CapitalXtra; DailyMail, E!News