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S’More, the anti-superficial dating app partners with TikTok stars Kellan and Kevin for first ever in-app live event | Grit Daily News

S’More, the new dating app taking the industry by storm by flipping the script on superficial dating, announces a partnership with TikTok sensations, boy band Kellan and Kevin. The band that is known for acapella renditions of hit pop songs will be chatting live on the S’More app on Thursday, March 25 providing dating advice and even sharing their own dating stories, while video chatting live with fans.

Kellan and Kevin are college friends who rose to fame in early 2020 after posting a hilarious video harmonizing to Britney Spears. Overnight, the pair garnered over 1 million fans on TikTok and continue to be one of the most popular accounts on the platform. S’More is the first dating app to go live with a celebrity guest in-app for real time one-to-one messaging and video chatting. The event is expected to attract thousands of love-seekers and fans to the app.

“We could not be more excited to have our first live in-app celebrity chatting event be with TikTok stars Kellan and Kevin. The duo is extraordinarily talented and their positive energy and authenticity deeply resonates with fans and made them an overnight success” said Cohen Aslatei, CEO of S’More “When I first discovered the pair I knew they would be perfect for our first ever in-app live event. Both guys were single at the start of COVID and are now both in relationships- and we love sharing great advice!”.

Kellan and Kevin first appeared on S’More Live, the app’s weekly celebrity dating show on Instagram. Their episode quickly became among the most viewed. The show has also hosted celebrities including Martha Hunt, Olivia Culpo, Patti Stanger,  State Rep Brian Sims,  Bachelor star Wells Adam, and over 75 guests over the last 9 months.

S’More is reporting over 200k users on its platform within the first year. With over 20% of its audience identifying as LGBTQIA+, matches on S’More are not filtered based on superficial biases. S’More gets people into conversations faster based on common interests and values… instead of just a headshot.

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