The rocker shared a photo with German model Sophia Thomalla on Sunday, July 30, which taken in Reno, Nevada, in front of a private plane.
The photo captioned;”Having fun in #Reno.” Rossdale has been dating the German model for a couple of months.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned an e Harmony advert which claimed that the website has a ‘scientifically proven matching system’ to pair up people trawling through the Internet for ‘the one’. Don’t worry, e Harmony were saying, we’ve got this because we can ‘decode the mystery of compatibility and chemistry so you don’t have to.’ ‘Why’ they went on to add would you be so daft as to ‘leave the most important search of your life to chance? MORE: What's the pill doing to your mental health? A study conducted last year by researchers at the University of Utah set out to see if it was possible to predict attraction between two people based on matching character traits like extraversion, ambition, sense of humour, intelligence, political views or religion. Professor Samantha Joel, who worked on the study, said ‘we found we cannot anticipate how much individuals will uniquely desire each other in a speed-dating context with any meaningful level of accuracy.’ She added ‘I thought that out of more than 100 predictors, we would be able to predict at least some portion of the variance.
In May, the pair were seen sharing a romantic meal together at Indianapolis’ Iozzo’s Garden of Italy.
Back in London in April Gavin and Sophia were spotted kissing and walking arm in arm, according to source, “It’s very early days, but Gavin is really taken by Sophia.” “They met on the touring scene, and there’s plenty of chemistry.
To these existential concerns, e Harmony’s advert whispered ‘imagine being able to stack the odds of finding lasting love entirely in your favour’. A quantifiable, scientific solution to a problem that people just like you have faced down since the dawn of time: finding a partner. You twig on reading it, thinking to yourself ‘yeah! Perhaps but maybe, just maybe this strange and bewildering experience is important because you can’t predict it and, despite what e Harmony would want you to believe, science actually says there is not perfect formula for matching people.
In a world where the endless taxonomies of the web give us the impression that everything and everyone everywhere is accounted for, the fact that some things are still out of our control is not only daunting but increasingly hard to believe. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an algorithm to help you understand that?