You know the saying, "those who can't do, teach?" Well apparently, that's true for Million Dollar Matchmaker star Patti Stanger. Fans are wondering if the reality star ever tied the knot, but surprisingly, she hasn't. She was previously linked to John Matthews, David Krause, and engaged to Andy Friedman, but ultimately, none of those relationships ended in marriage.
“It’s unfortunate for a million and one reasons and obviously hard and sad for both of us,” Patti shared with fans after her split from David in 2012. “Parts of me wish neither of us had to go through this. At the same time, I realize that this relationship and break up had to happen because I needed to learn a lot of lessons I never would have been able to learn without dating David."
The 56-year-old blamed the breakup on their different astrological signs. She's a Gemini and he's a Virgo, which she claimed caused problems in their relationship. She admitted, "For my next guy, I’m looking at our charts right away and believing what I see." Keep scrolling to learn more about Patti!
Why did Millionaire Matchmaker leave Bravo?
The star of the hit show shocked viewers when she left Bravo for WE tv in 2015. "It was more about creative differences and the brand needed to grow," she revealed to Hollywood Life. "We wanted to take the show on the road and do a lot of different things to it and we really couldn’t. I love Bravo — the brand is great over there, but I needed to spread my wings. I really did. There was a bidding war."
The series then rebranded itself as Million Dollar Matchmaker. "I wasn’t sure if I could grow at Bravo because of the Housewives brand," she continued. "I think that with Tinder, Hinge, [and] all these new dating sites, the world is changing. We had the biggest season because I pushed and forced them to do celebrities."
How do you get on Million Dollar Matchmaker?
Well unfortunately, most people won't ever get a chance to be on the show. It only focuses on celebrities and people with fat wallets. If you do happen to be a millionaire, your best bet is to contact the show to apply.