Conan O'Brien, Dave Franco Make Fake Tinder Profiles, Chase Down Real Life Tinder Match, See the Hilarious Video
OMG! Conan O'Brien and Dave Franco made the most hilarious video of their exploration of the dating app Tinder—even jumping in a van and chasing down their real-life matches.
The segment, which went out on Conan on Thursday, July 17, shows O'Brien, 51, and Franco, 29, creating fake Tinder profiles for themselves under the pseudonyms Chip Whitley and Djengus Roundstone.
In the truly laugh-out-loud video, O'Brien, aka Whitley, tells fellow Tinder users, "I am 42 years old and people tell me I look like Conan O'Brien."
Franco (brother of James Franco), who like O'Brien is using a real-life picture on his fake profile, writes, "I enjoy wearing Crocs for their style over their comfort and I hear I look like a poor man's Dave Franco. F--k Dave Franco!"
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Within minutes, local ladies are being sent through to the celebrities' phones. "I'm going to say yes to Liza," show host O'Brien says when a picture appears on his screen. "That's my wife's name. I think that's sweet to say yes to your wife's name!"
But it's 74-year-old Gloria who causes most excitement, particularly when she matches with both O'Brien and Franco, and then loses interest in one of them.
Taking things one step further, the celeb duo then decide to get into a van they nickname "Brown Lightning" and go out on the road to meet one of their Tinder matches in person, to discover exactly what they're doing right (and wrong) on the dating app.
Click the link above to watch the completely hilarious video.