Matchmaker dating show
The hour-long show follows her matchmaking at Millionaire's Club.
Each episode features her matchmaking two millionaires.
In the Millionaire Matchmaker Reunion show however, she said the two of them were just friends.She's been called "The Simon Cowell of Dating" and makes very quick, very direct comments."I am not paid to hide my true feelings," she said.“He is a very sick person,” the victim told KTLA, adding the encounter was traumatizing and “ruined” her life.Patricia "Patti" Stanger (born May 31, 1961) is an American businesswoman and reality television personality.Stanger's first book on dating was published in 2009.It is entitled Become Your Own Matchmaker: 8 Easy Steps for Attracting Your Perfect Mate."I can't do much for women over 45," Stanger said in an interview, "and if they're overweight, it's almost impossible." She told another woman to take off her wig, then suggested she come back after she got hair extensions.The millionaires and 30–40 potential dates first meet at a cocktail party Stanger hosts called a "VIP mixer", where they mingle and the millionaires get to evaluate the candidates.No sex is allowed until the couple is in an "exclusive, committed, monogamous relationship".There is also a two-drink maximum enforced on each date.