For years, relationship guru and Millionaires Club founder Patti Stanger has been helping couples find love off and on screen through her Bravo series 'The Millionaire Matchmaker'. But in her own life, she's been less lucky in the romance department. All that changed in 2012, when she met stockbroker David Krausse, with whom she's in love and happily engaged, though they have yet to set a wedding date.
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Patti, who was adopted, and fiancé David Krause are reportedly considering adopting a child together.
I'm a fan of the Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo TV and last night's episode was great to blog about! First, I love Dr. Pat Allen who tried to help Angela and Shonda with how to balance their own alpha tendencies in the presence of an alpha man. What they cut out was most likely a lengthy explanation of how the last thing an alpha male wants from a woman is competition!
Lori is a mom, first and foremost. She never misses her 7 year old's AYSO soccer game or her 10 year old daughter's hip hop performances, she's sculpted her graphic design business around her kids' schedules, she's developed a babysitting co-op in her neighborhood so she can get to the gym, play tennis, and be with her gal pals.
Patti Stanger has done well at marketing the fact that as a third generation matchmaker she has a high rate of successful matches. She has successfully held her own Millionaire Match Maker show for 5 seasons on Bravo television as she runs a Millionaire Matchmaking Club in which she helps mostly millionaire single men come closer to finding love with women who are looking to be matched with a millionaire. Ms.
On Sunday night's episode of Watch What Happen's Live, Bravo's live talk show hosted by Andy Cohen, Patti Stanger managed to offend pretty much everyone when answering called-in questions from fans of her show. In particular, she had choice words to say about gay men and smart women who are single and dating in New York
Patti Stanger has made a living off of setting people up. She has her own millionaire matchmaking service, a hit reality show on Bravo, a love advice book, and owns an online dating site, psxoxo.com. You'd think she"d be an expert at love and finding the perfect mate, but even she's having trouble!
Matchmaker and Bravo TV diva Patti Stanger has gone bicoastal to couple successful men and women with the loves of their lives. But because she's considered the ultimate yenta, many an eyebrow was raised when she called off her own engagement last summer. Now, Stanger has married her breakup experience and priceless relationship advice together in her new DVD, Married In a Year: Your 12-Month Action Plan for Finding Love. She took some time to chat with us and revealed the quirky lessons she learned from Jewish grandmother, why limiting your "non-negotiables" is a must, and what she discovered from therapy this past year.
Third-generation matchmaker Patti Stanger does not pull punches. Any fan of her Bravo show, Millionaire Matchmaker, knows Patti's not keen on a redheads and she'll kick a guy's butt for prioritizing his "bros" above all. But there's a method to her caustic madness. In her new DVD, Married In a Year: Your 12-Month Action Plan for Finding Love, the love pro explains her rules of the relationship-finding road, so you can serve as your own successful cupid. She recently shared her thoughts on what you must ditch before you begin your journey to true love, how to get your guy to make like Prince William and pop the question, and the recently single stars she would go to singles boot camp with.
A woman I know, who we’ll call Emily, wants to marry a doctor. Actually, she wants to marry a doctor, lawyer or anyone who makes tons of cash. Whenever I run into her, Emily shares stories about dating medical residents and rejecting normal guys because she’s “waiting for her doctor.” She’s very Shirley Feeney that way.
Pumped about all of the political campaigning this week? No? Neither are we! We'd much rather read about the catfight beween the Sister Wives than the one going on in California between Barbara Boxer and Carly Fiorina. So if you're like us, enjoy this extra dose of celebrity news links that we compiled from around the web, including a couple you might have missed this week here on CelebLove.
When it came to my dating life, I wasn't sure I should listen to Patti Stanger, host of Bravo's The Millionaire Matchmaker and author of the book Become Your Own Matchmaker: 8 Easy Steps for Attracting Your Perfect Mate. Could someone hoisting a gold, ruby-encrusted Cupid's arrow on her book cover, whose ample bosom was jammed into a white Liberace pantsuit, help me, an outdoorsy New Yorker with an A cup seeking a sweet, humble, non-cologne wearing guy with no roommates?
On Tonight's Millionaire Matchmaker Patti tries to set up a plastic surgeon, who claims that out of all the woman he's dated, "there's never been a face that didn't need something." Imagine having to date this guy! Dr. Robert Nettles is a 34-year-old "cosmetic facial surgeon," and he's super picky. "I think it would be very difficult for a woman to date someone like me, because I know what's wrong with their face and I know what I can do about it," he said. Clip above.
Jennifer Aniston has had too many dating ups and downs to recount them properly. But someone wants to help her: Patti Stranger. The yenta starring in Millionaire Matchmaker wants to help Jen get over the Brad Pitts and past the John Mayers. Sounds... humiliating.