Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger has made dozens of successful matches, but not the most important one: her own!
She’s still single after breaking up with longtime boyfriend David Krause last summer.
I live for those last two minutes when it’s revealed whether the couples have continued to date or not; it simply doesn’t get much better than hearing that Courtney Kerr from Courtney Loves Dallas plans to go to Norway to visit her fashion mogul also-a-Millionaire match. (Spoiler alert: She did not.) Do the little glimpses of success we usually get from one of the couples per episode really unfold into epic love stories?
(Cover your eyes and close the page if you’d like to continue to watch The Millionaire Matchmaker in blissful, tacky ignorance.) Other than the disasters that the show happily airs — my brain will perhaps never scrub from its limited memory capacity that Hello Kitty-loving millionaire, Robin, trying to give her gold digging plumber date a handy under the dinner table — plenty of its successes end somewhat disastrously, as well.
Season 1 of the show infamously ended in a marriage proposal between millionaire Paul Murad and Cidney Carson after their first date that was then even more infamously called off immediately following the episode's airing a few months later. And so go most Millionaire Matchmaker engagements, of which there have been a few made, and the exact same amount called off, sans one (stay tuned).
Paul was angry that Cidney was a Playboy Cyber girl, which she says both he and Patti were fully aware of; Cidney was angry because Paul allegedly had another fiancé… Most of the Millionaire Matchmaker relationships go out not with a bang, but with a whimper. She says she has a real club with real clients, who would never agree to be on a reality show. (Or not.) As far as I can tell, exactly two successful relationships have formed via The Millionaire Matchmaker.
As Radar previously reported, Stanger recently broke up with boyfriend David Krause in July 2015.
Aschfort runs South Florida Introductions, a successful matchmaking business, and mentored Stanger from 1996 to 2000.
She believes that because of reality TV star’s personality and busy schedule, true love may be hard to come by.
The two met on an online dating site and dated nearly three years before calling it quits.
Still, Aschfort firmly believes that the right guy for Stanger is somewhere out there.
As Radar previously reported, Stanger recently broke up with boyfriend David Krause in July 2015.Aschfort runs South Florida Introductions, a successful matchmaking business, and mentored Stanger from 1996 to 2000.She believes that because of reality TV star’s personality and busy schedule, true love may be hard to come by.The two met on an online dating site and dated nearly three years before calling it quits.Still, Aschfort firmly believes that the right guy for Stanger is somewhere out there.“I know Patti will never be truly happy until she’s really in love and gets married and I hope that happens for her,” she told Radar.