Sinitta Malone believes she has been banned from the dating app Hinge.

But the American-British singer-songwriter revealed she had no idea why her dating career had been prematurely cut short before it had even had chance to reach its prime.

The app proudly boasts that its mission is to prevent singles from just matching, but instead to be connected in person “where it counts”.

But although Sinitta revealed she had lined-up a list of 55 suitable men as dating material, she suddenly found her account locked.

“I had 55 guys that I was like, 'I would like to meet these people',” said Sinnita, speaking on the weekly radio programme The Dating Show hosted by TOWIE star Pete Wicks and First Dates waitress Cici Coleman on FUBAR Radio.

“Dating apps, right? They don't work though. Do they? I got chucked off of one.”

“What app was it?” asked Pete, to which Sinitta replied: “Hinge.”

A perplexed Sinitta admitted: “I don't know what I did. I was only on it for two days.

“It was going really well. People were talking to me, sending me messages, and I was getting rid of everybody who was inappropriate.

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“And then I was going to sit down and start communicating. And then, luckily someone had WhatsApp'ed me, they'd put their phone number in the messaging part to say, 'if you want to just talk on WhatsApp rather than here'.

“But he wasn't responding on the app so I was like, 'why aren't you talking to me?' And he said, 'Oh, it said you deleted your account?', but I didn't actually delete it.”

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That left Cici to interject: “Oh, this happened to me. If you're a celebrity and people know who you are, then they might think that you're catfishing!

“So they report you to the app and then the app deletes you. That's what happened to me twice.”

A relieved Sinitta added: “Oh, God. I feel better now, even though that's horrible. Because they were really cute! You know, I was really surprised at the quality. I was like, 'Oh my gosh!'”

The Dating Show airs on Fubar Radio and focuses on discussing dating disasters, romantic gestures and offered their advice to listeners.

And 52-year-old So Macho and Paradise star Sinitta was only too happy to reveal her dating dramas.

She added: “I was whittling away the ones that were just too young and, but not just deleting, I was saying 'you're so cute, but you're too young for me'.

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“I was doing it nicely and a few people were coming back saying, 'well, I don't mind if you don't mind' and I was like, 'I mind! I could be your mum!'.

“I've never been so upset in my life. It was a cause of depression…”

Sinitta has also made a host of guest appearances on shows including The X Factor, The Xtra Factor, Loose Women, This Morning, Celebrity Masterchef, Up Late with Rylan and Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

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