While Hilary Duff and her ex-husband Mike Comrie split about a year ago, they were trying to maintain a good relationship, however, that all seems to have been put to an end. The former "Lizzie McGuire" actress finally filed for a divorce and she seems to be enjoying the single life.

Duff recently made an appearance on "The Kyle and Jackie O Show" where she played a game called Too Much Information. She wasn't allowed to reveal her identity while participating in the blind date challenge and while she was put on a phone call with eight men, who were told to hang up when they heard something they didn't like, she only caught one guy's attention.

When asked what she was looking for in a guy, Duff lost one guy when she said, "Someone that can make me laugh, has a good personality. I like funny banter."

Two more contestants hung up on the singer when she dished that she was a "single mother" and another two quit when she revealed that she wasn't interested in anyone who was "straight unemployed."

"If they didn't have a career yet, I'd be OK with it, but I'd hope they were working toward something," said Duff.

The last two callers dropped after Duff revealed how close she is with her dogs, admitting that she lets them sleep with her in bed. At the end of the game, only one guy stayed on the line, named Tony, who eventually asked Duff what she did for a living?

"Well we discussed that I'm a mum, but I'm an actress and I'm a singer," answered Duff.

Host Kyle Sandilands told Tony, "She's an international superstar! Hilary Duff, the singer and actress. Do you know Hilary Duff Tony?

After admitting he knew who Duff was, Tony stated that Duff would never call him, but the singer said, "Never say never, I went on Tinder."

Duff has been going out on a bunch of Tinder dates, but now it looks like she has moved on to another dating app. The actress has switched to The League, the new exclusive online dating service.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the invite-only "Ivy League app" is currently "courting high-caliber L.A. singles" like Duff.

The League CEO and former Google employee, Amanda Bradford, said, "I didn't know much about the users other than what they look like on a lot of these apps. Every woman that I know Googles someone before they meet them for coffee... at least in my group of friends. I'm not going to meet someone - a stranger - for coffee without doing a little bit of due diligence on them... so I think this is happening anyway, so let's just be upfront about it."

Bradford admits that "it's a classy app" for people who have "high standards."

"If you look at where people meet their significant others, it's through work, it's through friends of friends, it's through college and all of those are very vetted, curated communities, so I don't see why a dating app wouldn't employ the same methods," said Brandford.

However, just like with Tinder, Duff might not be taking the dating apps too seriously as she is solely focused on her work.

This article was originally published on Fashion & Style