AI model asked out by multiple famous celebrities as they slide into her DMs
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An Instagram model has got heads turning after 'being asked out on dates' by famous faces. The catch? She's not real.
While AI can delve into what the 'average person' looks like for each job or what the 'ideal boyfriend' looks like in each US state, its rise is certainly providing some more surprising possibilities.
Now, an AI model has made the headlines after she was asked out by multiple celebrities who slid into her DMs.
AI model Emily Pellegrini is not even real, but she has apparently had famous footballers, MMA fighters and even billionaires ask her out thanks to her huge following on Instagram.
Despite not being real, Emily is very life-like, and her surge in popularity comes as a bunch of AI creators make a whopping $6,000 a month through Fanvue.
Emily is very much the pinnacle of the current growth AI is having, with over 92,000 Instagram followers to her name.
"The stunner, who shares her content with fans on content creator platform, Fanvue, has become an overnight sensation with her perfect smile and envious figure, earning nearly $10,000 in just six weeks on the content creator platform," a press release from Fanvue reads.
"It’s no surprise then, that Emily has garnered the attention of famous footballers, MMA fighters and billionaires, who all want to take her out on dates."
One professional footballer cheekily slid into Emily's DMs on Instagram, asking: "How is it possible that such a Beautiful Lady doesn’t have a boyfriend?"
The unnamed footballer, who's apparently a big star in Germany, then asked the AI model if she has WhatsApp.
"Only, Emily can’t reciprocate her admirers’ affections in person, because she isn’t real," the press release continues.
"Thanks to her alluring personality, she’s had no trouble garnering a slew of loyal subscribers, who she entertains around the clock."
Emily would not have been possible without her creator, who is to thank for her large following on social media.
"Emily is the dream girl for thousands of people. She has attracted affection and all sorts of proposals, and that includes being courted by high profile followers including footballers, MMA stars and billionaires," the creator said.
Fanvue’s founder and CEO Will Monange has since told Business Insider that AI creations like Emily allow many to be creative without 'being the face' of the creation.