I wish to thank those who helped me with this paper, especially Douglas Kelly and Kit Morrell, and the two anonymous readers, who all made useful suggestions.
Blue is a brand new dating app which appeals to social media’s finest users, those on Twitter who have the coveted blue Verified tick. a time where you’re judged worthy of a dating app if you are, according to Twitter, considered an influential person.
“A huge part of being a professional athlete is my brand,” Kelce tells them.
“And that’s built through the companies that I represent.” Kelce’s Brand is on full display.
in which women attempt to catch Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, Kelce enlists six of the women trying to catch him to help him film a video for 24 Hour Fitness.
That’s right, Blue is a brand new dating app which is only accessible if you have a Verified check mark on Twitter.
The creators claim that the app is all about authenticity (despite Blue’s blog post having the title: “Date Celebrities Discreetly ;-)”), meaning that because Twitter say you are who you are, then that must be true, connecting potential dates with actual real people. Of course, it’s really about creating a place for the Twitter elite to be able to get together to kanoodle in their own exclusivity.
On some level, Tavres seems to think the site may help him with the bare necessities of finding a woman: The former Disney Railroad engineer admitted he had trouble getting dates.
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