And the stars have dry spells just like everyone else.
Sixty-one percent believe others are misrepresenting themselves.
And a whole 30 percent are married or live with a significant other, according to Keynote.
Virtually all of them are created as fan pages or hoaxes. 5 English-language Web site, according to Alexa Internet’s rankings, people on the site get exposure.
Todd Shaeffer, an aspiring actor from Harrisburg, Penn., has a page on My Space. Night Shamalayan film, “Lady in the Water” as an extra, Shaeffer said he told the first assistant director, John Rusk, his first name, to which Rusk replied, “Todd Shaeffer?
The study goes on to mention other problems, such as functionality and organization, that lead to customer dissatisfaction. After submitting his profile, he said the Web site responded: "We are sorry, but there is no one anywhere in the world that is appropriate for you." “So that was it, I gave up," he said.
Rivers told Stern she hasn't received a single message yet." However, when it comes to making a love connection, many still swear by "the real world." Out of 2,000 people polled, just 7 percent believe computer-dating services work, according to a recent annual survey by romance-novel publisher Harlequin.And a 2005 study by Keynote, an Internet industry research firm, shows customer satisfaction with online dating is low."Celebrities are just like everyone else," he said."Unfortunately people can become captivated by the celebrity status and be attracted to them for the wrong reasons." With online dating, celebrities can try to develop a relationship based on their character, not their stardom, Webb added.Stars like Joan Rivers and Halle Berry have confessed to checking out online dating sites — and Rivers even posted an ad on Match.com"I love smart men, funny men, elegant men," Rivers' profile reads.