A cab driver came out to me recently.'And will Ollie - who is indeed single - use Chappy himself? 'Everyone always says I've done this app to sort out my own love life.
Like I am so single that I'm approaching the founder of Bumble to find d**k.
The app is based on the concept of Mr Right (for those who want a relationship), Mr Who Knows (for those who teeter on the edge of settling down and dating) and Mr Right Now.'Mr Right Now is very much meant to be a date,' Ollie asserted. And actually, only 18 per cent of our users are on the Mr Right Now setting.
Which shows that people are willing to find someone long-term.'Chappy is about waking up on a Sunday morning with someone not going home with them for a s**g on Saturday night!
''A lot of people didn't like that,' Ollie recalled, speaking exclusively to Mail Online. I now see myself as a gay man, but I will forever be trying to help the bisexual community.'Ollie's position as a public figure, experiencing his own sexuality struggle under the media spotlight, has led him along a new path; and the Made In Chelsea veteran is now turning his hand to tech entrepreneurship.'Now I'm taking everything I learnt from my own experience and using it to create a more positive space for people when it comes to online gay dating,' he explained, referring to his new business venture.
'Some see being bisexual as a cop out, or greedy, or the easy path to take. Ollie has launched an app - Chappy - which is, essentially, the anti-Grindr.'In no way are we slagging off Grindr or saying that sex is bad! But we are giving the gay community another option,' he elaborated.
Grindr, as a 'dating app' for gay and bisexual men, tends to veer toward the 'casual' approach when it comes to meeting a potential mate.
And on the series he has dated fellow reality stars Gabriella Ellis, Chloe Green and Ashley James before pursuing men.
Ollie's venture - which he says has taken over his life ('I don't sleep, I don't have friends, I don't have sex') - has the backing of dating app maven Whitney Wolf, who famously left Tinder to set up Bumble.'Jack Rogers (Ollie's friend and now business partner) and I decided we wanted to change things,' the 30-year-old recalled.
'We were at the bar on the top of the Ham Yard Hotel and we noticed Whitney was up there too.
Surely that's not what we have fought for as a community! I've been going to gay bars for the last 10 years but never met anyone.
The chances of meeting anyone you want to be with at all is so slim, but in a bar it's even slimmer.