Hilary Duff Reality Show To Document Dating Life [VIDEO]

Posted on May 1st, 2015 at 1:06 pm
She's single and ready to mingle! Hilary Duff is reportedly taking a camera crew with her on recent Tinder dates in hopes of creating a reality TV show that documents her story of diving back into the dating world. The 27-year-old actress filed for divorce in February from her husband of three years, Mike Comrie, and lucky for the star, she's already swiped at least nine potential suitors on the popular dating app. Cameras have allegedly been following Duff on dates to local pizzerias and then to one at a bowling alley earlier this week.

Get Your TiVo's Ready! A Hilary Duff Reality Show May Be The Next Hot Thing To Hit TV!

Rumors of a reality show comes just days after the former Lizzie McGuire star revealed to Valentine in the Morning that she had signed up for online dating. “It’s true,” she said, “I’m on Tinder!” “I was sitting with my friends one night at the house and we were joking around. In my life, I have always had really serious boyfriends. I’ve always met people through work and I have never been on a blind date. What’s the worst that could happen?” Duff said, adding that “the whole process is wildly addicting,” revealing that she’s “talking to probably about nine guys right now.” “I have my first date tonight and I’m really, really nervous,” Hil gushed to the radio show host. But what about the sleazeballs just out for their 15 minutes of fame? “I think some people know. You only have your first name. Some people don’t know. I think some people act like they don’t know but they do. And a lot of people are like, ‘This is a joke, right?’” Hilary said of if the app users know she’s famous. The mother-of-one also admitted that physical appearance is what initially drew her to her Tinder match. “I think the first thing is obviously looks, which sounds super vain, but that is what you first go for: natural chemistry. Also what they say in their profile has to be funny. I don’t want to see a shirtless, mirror selfie. That is instantly a left. I don’t know. Someone who looks like they like to do fun things and someone who can make you laugh in their profile. My profile says: Let’s eat pizza. I’ve had a lot of convos because of that.” “We’re going bowling, so it can’t be too expensive. I like that. I’ve never dated just a total normie,” she said of her first non-celeb date. We hate to break it to you, Hil, but having a camera crew in tow probably won't make a first date any less awkward!