Want to Date a Beyoncé Look-Alike? You Might Want to Sign Up for Badoo.

If you’ve been waiting to find true love with Chris Pratt or Chrissy Teigen, Badoo just might be the dating app for you.

The social networking app is making huge waves in the news right now because of its new “Lookalikes” feature.

The app’s new option lets you search for your favorite celebs and will then show you the users who look most like them so you can browse through the options.

The dating and social network touts itself as being the largest social-discovery network in the world, with over 355 million users. Each day there are 350 million messages sent and nearly 350,000 new sign-ups.

The way it works is pretty similar to the way other dating apps like Tinder and Bumble work. To set up your profile, simply upload a photo, give a little bit of information about yourself, and start swiping.

But if you’re feeling like your matches aren’t quite as Beyoncé-ish or Henry Cavill-esque as you’d like, fear not. All you have to do is go to the “Lookalikes” tab and search for your ultimate celeb crush.

If you happen to have a thing for Beyoncé, you’re in luck. The app has over 500 people who have similar physical characteristics to the pop goddess for you to filter through.

Would you rather date someone like Henry Cavill? Great news — there are nearly 800 potential options for you.

However, not everyone is as enthusiastic about the prospect. Recently on Today, Hoda Kotb and the other anchors had mixed feelings about the app’s new feature.

Whether or not you’re onboard with finding a connection by searching through celeb look-alikes, here’s to hoping that you find what you’re looking for.

In other entertainment news, YouTube star Jake Paul turns neighborhood into a ‘war zone,’ according to neighbors:

Read more from Yahoo Celebrity:

  • Bell, Telus, Rogers price wars drop cellphone data plans to $60 for 10GB
    News
    CBC

    Bell, Telus, Rogers price wars drop cellphone data plans to $60 for 10GB

    Major cellphone providers in Canada are waging a price war, offering consumers major deals on data plans just in time for the holidays. For a short time, Rogers, Bell and Telus are offering plans that include 10 GB of data for $60 per month for customers who already have their own device. "Canada has been extremely well known for its lousy telecommunication rates right across the board.

  • Homicide investigators take lead in Barry and Honey Sherman case
    News
    CBC

    Homicide investigators take lead in Barry and Honey Sherman case

    Apotex founder Barry Sherman, 75, and his wife, Honey Sherman, 70, both died from "ligature neck compression," meaning strangulation, police said in a statement issued Sunday. A police source previously told CBC News that someone outside the Sherman family discovered the bodies, but police remain tight-lipped about the investigation. "We are shocked and think it's irresponsible that police sources have reportedly advised the media of a theory which neither their family, their friends nor their colleagues believe to be true," the statement continued.

  • Trudeau more unpopular than popular for the first time since election: survey
    News
    Yahoo Canada News

    Trudeau more unpopular than popular for the first time since election: survey

    Justin Trudeau’s has been slipping in recent months. Just over two years after his election victory, Justin Trudeau’s popularity is running into political headwinds. For the first time, the prime minister’s popularity has fallen below the 50 per cent mark, according to a survey by the Angus Reid Institute.

  • News
    The Canadian Press

    China calls on US to promote peace ahead of Trump report

    China appealed to Washington to promote "strategic mutual trust" ahead of President Donald Trump's release Monday of a national security strategy that is expected to label Beijing a competitor. The Chinese government had yet to see the report and couldn't comment on it, said a foreign ministry spokeswoman, Hua Chunying. "We hope the U.S. national security strategy will play a constructive role to promote world peace and stability and contribute to Chinese-U.S. strategic mutual trust in ensuring world peace and security," Hua said at a regular news briefing.

  • 'Avery keeps me going:' Survivor recalls 10 freezing hours with young daughter
    News
    The Canadian Press

    'Avery keeps me going:' Survivor recalls 10 freezing hours with young daughter

    Kristen Hiebert has a tattoo on her arm, written in Arabic, that sums up her outlook since the night she and her young daughter almost froze to death on the side of a rural Manitoba highway. Almost two years after her car crashed, Hiebert is still adapting to life without her lower legs — amputated due to frostbite — and continues to work to build a better life for herself and her daughter Avery, now 6. "Avery keeps me going," Hiebert says.

  • News
    CBC

    'People see me through a lens': Muslim woman tackles media misrepresentation and stereotypes

    Aisha Amijee remembers vividly the moment she knew she had to do something to combat stereotypes about Muslim women. The Surrey-based woman was sitting at a McDonalds with her two children, eating a Filet-O-Fish, when she overheard a group of high school students from her neighbourhood talking about Muslims. "They are just bashing Muslim girls, just saying really rude, negative things," she told CBC host of The Early Edition Rick Cluff.

  • News
    CBC

    Ottawa man charged with impaired driving after fatal 3-car crash

    Ottawa Fire Services and paramedics were called to the eastbound lane of Highway 174 east of Trim Road at 10:21 p.m. An eastbound Dodge pickup truck veered into the oncoming lane and struck a Volvo head-on before a third vehicle, a Mazda 5, crashed into the truck, police said.

  • Emotions flare at vigil for missing Edmonton woman
    News
    CBC

    Emotions flare at vigil for missing Edmonton woman

    "We are here for Nadia!" shouted Salwa Atwi, as the vigil for her missing daughter Nadia Atwi slipped into screams and accusations. "It's not time to let the emotions take us to the other side, we have to bring our efforts more tight together to find out where is that wife, that daughter, that mom, that sister. We have to find Nadia Atwi. The search quickly expanded to include south Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St. Albert.

  • These Quebec drivers got pulled over by police for good driving — and a holiday surprise
    News
    CBC

    These Quebec drivers got pulled over by police for good driving — and a holiday surprise

    Drivers in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, about 40 kilometres southwest of Montreal, had a bit of a different reaction when they were pulled over by police last week. Many drivers were surprised and confused upon being stopped by police.

  • Firefighters bring Christmas spirit to underprivileged Calgary kids
    News
    CBC

    Firefighters bring Christmas spirit to underprivileged Calgary kids

    Firefighters brought the Christmas spirit to thousands of Calgary children on Sunday afternoon with their 50th annual Children's Christmas Party. Brady Tattersall retired from firefighting has been retired for 17 years ago, after spending 33 years on the force.

  • Tay Valley man dead after ATV plunges through lake ice near Perth
    News
    CBC

    Tay Valley man dead after ATV plunges through lake ice near Perth

    An 80-year-old Tay Valley Township man is dead after his ATV fell through the ice of a lake near Perth, Ont., Ontario Provincial Police say. The body of Elmer Abercrombie was found Sunday afternoon by the OPP's underwater search and recovery unit beneath the surface of Bennett Lake. Abercrombie had apparently been ice fishing on the lake the day before.

  • News
    The Canadian Press

    'Case not made' for Liberal bill's problematic cyberspy powers, researchers say

    The Liberal government's ill-defined plan to give Canada's cyberspy agency wide-ranging powers to go on the attack against threats could trample civil liberties, warns a newly released analysis. The report by leading Canadian cybersecurity researchers says there is no clear rationale for expanding the Communications Security Establishment's mandate to conduct offensive operations. The 71-page report, made public today, was prepared by a team of five researchers from the Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto and the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic at the University of Ottawa.

  • News
    Reuters

    Female British embassy worker found strangled near Beirut

    BEIRUT/LONDON (Reuters) - A female British embassy worker has been found strangled near a highway outside Beirut, a Lebanese security source said on Sunday. The British foreign ministry provided a statement by the family of the woman, Rebecca Dykes, but gave no details of the circumstances of her death. Britain's ambassador to Lebanon, Hugo Shorter, tweeted: "The whole embassy is deeply shocked, saddened by this news." Lebanon’s Internal Security Forces said on Saturday that the body of a woman who had been strangled had been found by a highway outside Beirut.

  • Thales agrees 4.8 billion euro Gemalto takeover, Atos throws in towel
    News
    Reuters

    Thales agrees 4.8 billion euro Gemalto takeover, Atos throws in towel

    By Cyril Altmeyer PARIS (Reuters) - Aerospace and defense group Thales has agreed to buy chipmaker Gemalto for 4.8 billion euros ($5.6 billion), trumping an earlier bid by fellow French firm Atos to expand in the fast-growing digital security market. The bidding race for Gemalto has come after a difficult year for the Franco-Dutch group in which profit warnings have hurt its share price and overshadowed its attempt to shift from a slowing market for phone SIM cards towards security services such as data encryption and biometric passports. "This is a terrific project," Thales CEO Patrice Caine told reporters on Sunday.

  • News
    Reuters

    TV host Matthews was reprimanded after woman's 1999 complaint: MSNBC

    (Reuters) - TV "Hardball" host Chris Matthews was reprimanded after he was accused in 1999 of making inappropriate comments about a female employee, and the woman was given a separation payment, MSNBC said on Sunday. Representatives for Matthews, 72, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The longtime host of the political talk show "Hardball with Chris Matthews" is the latest in a series of powerful men in U.S. media, entertainment and politics to have been accused of sexual misconduct or inappropriate behavior.

  • Fifty Chinese couples marry in mass ceremony in Sri Lanka
    News
    Reuters

    Fifty Chinese couples marry in mass ceremony in Sri Lanka

    By Ranga Sirilal COLOMBO (Reuters) - Fifty couples from China tied the knot in the Sri Lankan capital on Sunday in a mass wedding ceremony, conducted in the island's Buddhist traditions, as the island aims to woo more tourists. The couples included newly-weds as well as already married couples aiming to re-dedicate their marriages, officials said. Some were dressed in the traditional attire of Sri Lanka's mountainous central region while others wore Chinese or Western clothes at the main ceremony in the central Colombo area.

  • News
    CBC

    Check out these 3 local cookbooks for the foodie on your Christmas list

    In an interview with host Stephen Quinn, she spoke about her picks for great, locally-written cookbooks. Not quite a book, but actually a set of 100 recipe cards from local chefs: you'll find creations by Pino Posteraro from Ciopinno's Mediterranean Grill, Angus An of Thai restaurant Maenam and local celebrity chef Vikram Vij.

  • Resting place of the HMS Terror given national historic site protection
    News
    The Canadian Press

    Resting place of the HMS Terror given national historic site protection

    Ottawa has set aside nearly 60 square kilometres of seabed off the coast of Nunavut to keep gawkers and scavengers away from one of Canada's most famous shipwrecks. The HMS Terror is one of two ships from the Franklin expedition which became trapped in ice in the Arctic in 1845, ultimately leading to the deaths of all 129 men on board, including expedition leader Sir John Franklin. The location of the wrecked ships were one of Canada's greatest unsolved mysteries until September 2014, when the first of the two ships, the HMS Erebus was found south of King William Island.

  • News
    The Canadian Press

    Conservation officers have authority to kill wildlife: B.C. judge

    A British Columbia court has dismissed a case in which a wildlife advocacy group accused the provincial government of not following its own law on the destruction of wildlife. The Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals filed a petition with the B.C. Supreme Court earlier this year challenging a conservation officer's decision to kill a black bear cub near Dawson Creek in May 2016. Lawyers for the group argued in court last month that the officer didn't have the authority under the Wildlife Act to euthanize the cub after it was found on the roadside, apparently orphaned.

  • News
    CBC

    Justin Kripps guides Canada to 4-man bobsleigh silver

    The pilot, along with Alexander Kopacz, Jesse Lumsden, and Oluseyi Smith, came away with silver in the four-man event, while Johannes Lochner and Francesco Friedrich guided Germany to gold and bronze, respectively. Kripps was 0.15 seconds behind at 1:42.60, while Friedrich clocked in 0.20 seconds back at 1:42.65. "With this crew, I know we have the starts to contend and it really shows on a starters track like Igls," said the 30-year-old Kripps.

  • Rusty, Winnipeg Therapy Dog With Glasses, Honoured With Ceremony
    News
    HuffPost CA

    Rusty, Winnipeg Therapy Dog With Glasses, Honoured With Ceremony

    A very special dog can often be found in the halls of St. Boniface Hospital in Winnipeg. Rusty, a nearly 15-year-old therapy dog, volunteers there three times a week with his owner George Ames. Ames adopted Rusty 13 years ago.

  • Organizers pleased with response to Montreal's 375th anniversary celebrations
    News
    The Canadian Press

    Organizers pleased with response to Montreal's 375th anniversary celebrations

    Officials are expressing satisfaction with celebrations held to mark Montreal's 375th anniversary, despite the controversial multi-million dollar cost of lighting up a major Montreal bridge. Alain Gignac, who is in charge of the celebrations, maintains the level of participation in year-long events by Montrealers hasn't been seen since Expo 67. Gignac also noted that the level of satisfaction of people who took part in various activities reached 96 per cent.

  • News
    Reuters

    Nuclear, renewables to help French CO2 reduction goals, Macron says

    French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday he would not follow Germany's example by phasing out nuclear energy in France because his priority was to cut carbon emissions and shut down polluting coal-fired production. "I don't idolize nuclear energy at all. My priority in France, Europe and internationally is CO2 emissions and (global) warming," he told France 2 television in an interview.

  • Potential liver donors offer to help Inuk woman rejected for transplant
    News
    The Canadian Press

    Potential liver donors offer to help Inuk woman rejected for transplant

    A lawyer for an Inuk activist suffering from acute liver failure says several supporters have volunteered to be her organ donor, but the search for a viable match is being stalled by an Ontario transplant program's six-month sobriety requirement. According to friends and family, Delilah Saunders was sent to a Toronto hospital in critical condition after having been denied a spot on a transplant waiting list because she hadn't remained sober for the previous six months. Lawyer Caryma S'ad, who is representing Saunders, said the 26-year-old woman's condition has slightly improved and she seemed more like her usual self on Sunday as she and her family awaited further test results to find out if she is on track to make a recovery or still needs a liver transplant.

  • News
    The Canadian Press

    Canadian medical aid group sets up solar powered hospital after years of work

    The Canadian branch of an international humanitarian organization is celebrating the success of a multi-year effort to set up a solar powered hospital in Syria, and is now setting its sights on other conflicts where it can help people. The Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations (UOSSM) is an international medical aid organization that was set up in 2012 to provide medical care for the Syrian crisis, and currently has 2,000 people working in the country. In 2013, Talal Al Do, an engineer who had just graduated from the University of Toronto, started working with UOSSM to introduce solar energy to the country's hospitals after Syria's crippled electricity system started causing problems with aid efforts.