Noah isn’t the only bold-faced name on the app, which carefully screens its prospective members before approving them.

The beauty — who models for RAM Trucks — posted a picture of herself and Noah ringing in the new year with pals in New York, captioning the shot, “New year.

Same everyone.” The app, which bills itself as “an exclusive dating and networking platform for people in creative industries,” launched in March of 2015 — shortly before a then-single Noah moved to the U. to succeed Jon Stewart as host of the much-loved late night Comedy Central show.

He had broken up with his longterm girlfriend, South African physiotherapist Dani Gabriel, before heading for the States.

The exclusive online group tried to “match” Noah — whose profile picture is a selfie showing him in sharp suit with suggestively raised eyebrow — with our amorous insider.

It lists him as “Trevor, 31” and says he lives in New York City.

“I thought he had a girlfriend who’s a model,” said our suspicious source. Noah has been dating model and pop star Jordyn Taylor since last summer.

She’s even traveled with him to South Africa to meet his parents and shares his Upper East Side apartment.

Users of an ultra-exclusive dating app certainly have reason to think so.

We’re told that the handsome “The Daily Show” host — who has been in a serious relationship since last summer — still has an active online dating account.

However, a rep for Noah insists he only has it for “research” purposes.

25 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TREVOR NOAH A [email protected] spy was surprised on Sunday to see the South African comedian’s profile pop up on Raya, a service dubbed “Tinder for celebrities.” Stars from Kelly Osbourne to Moby to Raven Symone and assorted Sports Illustrated swimsuit models have reportedly signed up for the Hollywood hook-up app.