Former Big Brother star Tully Smyth exposes the VERY famous A-listers she matched with on exclusive celebrity dating app Raya
Tully Smyth shot to fame on Big Brother in 2013 before forging a career as an Instagram influencer.
And thanks to her coveted blue tick and enviable social media following, the 34-year-old was able to get accepted into the exclusive celebrity dating app Raya.
Now, in a new interview with the Kinda Sorta Dating podcast, the former reality star has revealed some of the A-listers she saw on the app.
Spilling secrets: Former reality star Tully Smyth has revealed the A-list names she matched with on celebrity dating app Raya
Among them were ARIA award winner Flume and American NBA player Kevin Durant, both of whom Tully claimed matched with her.
‘When you see a massive name, for your ego, you want to swipe right just to see if you get a match,’ Tully gushed.
She also saw Harry Potter actor Tom Felton on the app, although it’s unclear if he swiped right on her.
‘There’s a lot of people that you just want to see if they think you’re hot but more often than not you never say anything to them,’ she added.
Local star: ARIA winning DJ and producer Flume (pictured) is one of the celebrities Tully matched with, according to her
Athlete: The 34-year-old also claimed to have seen American NBA player Kevin Durant (pictured) on Raya
While Tully hasn’t officially dated any A-listers publicly, she has been linked to a few local names.
Last year, she opened up about dating Bachelorette bad boy Ciarran Stott.
She went public with the fling after Stott’s season of Bachelor In Paradise started airing.
Big deal: She also saw Harry Potter actor Tom Felton (pictured) on the app, although it’s unclear if he swiped right on her
‘Like a lot of Australia, I had a crush on the sweet, cheeky, English lad who rocked baby pink better than me and loved his nan,’ she announced in an Instagram post.
‘Did I know I was asking for trouble? Absolutely. Did I think it was basically a suicide mission? Also yes. Did I pursue him anyway? Of course I did, I’m a masochist,’ she added.
She also wrote about how difficult it has been to watch Ciarran’s villainous portrayal on the show, which saw him pursue multiple women in a short period of time.
‘There’s a lot of people that you just want to see if they think you’re hot but more often than not you never say anything to them,’ Tully said
‘He is unapologetically himself, something I have been accused of being before,’ she wrote, insisting that Ciarran has a ‘good heart’ and is simply ‘young and still learning’.
‘He’s the first to put his hand up and say he’s made some mistakes, he’s not perfect, he could have handled things differently. Does that make his actions okay or act as an excuse? Absolutely not,’ she added.
Tully is currently dating a non-celebrity fella that she met on dating app Hinge, which is available for everyone to use.
Off the market! Tully is currently dating a non-celebrity fella that she met on dating app Hinge, which is available for everyone to use