Tiffany shared footage of the date on Instagram and wrote: “Check out my Virtual date yall
“I wore the black dress (drawers optional) for my @bumble virtual date with @common this weekend. He sent me flowers, we ordered food, and we talked into the night. Sending you love at home.
“Now get on @bumble and find yourself someone worth looking cute for! #bumblePartner. (sic)”
In the clip of their date, the 40-year-old star joked she’d planned to make a lot of effort for the virtual meeting, before realising she wasn’t sure what to do.
She quipped: “I was thinking about waxing my eyebrows and stuff, but then I realised I don’t know how to do that.”
The 48-year-old musician was just happy to be online with Tiffany.
He said: “The fact that we can’t be in the same place right now, but that I get to see you and be with you is great.
“I’m hoping you can feel the vibe.”
The two stars have teamed up with Bumble by donating $50,000 to the app’s Community Grants Program, which helps small businesses and restaurants who are struggling after having to close due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this year, Tiffany vowed to “make time” for love.
When asked if she is too busy for love, she said: “I’m making time for 2020. Whoever likes me, holla. Now, make sure your credit [is] right, you ain’t got a whole bunch of kids, if you got kids they need to be already grown. I don’t need to be teaching them how to wash their clothes or how to clean their room or nothing like that.”