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Sam Fender joins celebrity dating app to find love after getting cosy with pop star Raye | The Sun

SAM Fender is looking for love after enjoying a string of dates with singer Raye. 

The Geordie hitmaker, 28, has joined the exclusive celebrity app Raya and describes himself as a songwriter and musician based in London.

He has set up a profile, following in the footsteps of Niall Horan, Jack Whitehall and Channing Tatum, which is linked to his official Instagram account, featuring several photos of himself, including with a bulldog, all sound tracked by Many Times from Dijon.

Meanwhile the Brit Award winner does not shy away from his rock star status and has included his Rolling Stones cover from last year among his snaps. 

It comes after the Hypersonic Missiles singer was getting to knowsinger Raye, 24, earlier this year after the pair were spotted getting cosy at a Brits afterparty. 

Sam and Raye were snapped in an intimate clinch backstage at the O2 in February, where Geordie Sam picked up the gong for Best Rock/Alternative act from Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.

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The duo later partied at Sam’s private Brits bash at hipster joint Four Quarters, in Peckham, south London, with all of Sam’s mates and US Good 4 U chart-topper Olivia Rodrigo. 

A source said: “Sam and Raye met each other on the music scene and got on really well.”

But settling down could prove tricky after Sam recently announced a headline Australian tour in November following his second studio album Seventeen Going Under. 

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Sam recently announced on Twitter that an extra date had been added in Sydney after selling out in the city along with Brisbane and Melbourne. 

It comes as Sam is set to close Portsmouth’s Victorious Festival alongside Anne-Marie and Nothing But Thieves on Sunday before heading to Chicago to support Florence and the Machine. 

The North Shields-born singer was first tipped for success when he won the Critics’ Choice award at the Brits in 2019 before scooping his first Ivor Novello Award in May for Best Song Musically And Lyrically with track Seventeen Going Under.

He’s been massively successful in music – now he will be hoping he can reap the rewards when it comes to his love life.

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