Bumble has over 1 million users, split quite evenly between men and women, which is pretty rare for a dating app.
Here’s the kicker that sold us though: Only women are allowed to initiate conversations on Bumble and must do so within 24 hours of matching, taking the pressure off making the first move.
The comedian, who expressed her relief to hosts Ant and Dec that she was out of the jungle and would be able to see her children and enjoy a few home comforts, embraced Ms Dugdale when the announcement was made.In recent days, it had been widely predicted that the 36-year-old would be the first contestant to be evicted by the watching public.Later on the card, Joseph O'Brien's Rhinestone earned a quote of 16/1 for the champion bumper at Cheltenham after he spreadeagled the field in the Ryan Tarmacadam (Pro/Am) INH Flat Race on his second appearance.The 11/4 chance, ridden by Derek O'Connor, was left in front when the Burke-trained Darcis Boy ran out after five furlongs and steadily pulled away to score by 19 lengths from the 4/7 favourite Sancta Simone.On Monday, bookmakers Ladbrokes offered odds of 3/1 on Ms Dugdale departing the show, but by yesterday afternoon, they had shortened considerably to just 4/6.
READ MORE: Amir Khan says Kezia Dugdale will be first to go Other bookmakers had all but written off Ms Dugdale’s hopes of succeeding in the programme, hosted by Ant and Dec."We were just hoping for a bit of black type and stuck her in hoping it would break up a bit better than what it did, but once she was in, we said we might as well run her," said Martin."She has rakes of ability, but it's all in her head, if we could get it out.The voting system means that the public vote for the celebrity they wish to see remaining, meaning Ms Dugdale avoided having the least amount of votes.That dubious honour went to the 44-year-old Iranian born Ms Khorsandi, who, alongside Ms Dugdale, was one of the final two who were told they might be heading home.Reality star Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo remains the favourite to win.