Not every relationship lasts forever.
Millionaire Matchmaker owner and CEO Patti Stanger announced Friday that she’ll be leaving Bravo after eight seasons of The Millionaire Matchmaker.
“Thank u 4 the great ride,” Stanger wrote on Twitter. “Stay tuned for exciting news as I move to a wonderful new network!”
After 8 seasons I’ve decided to leave @Bravotv Thank u 4 the great ride. Stay tuned for exciting news as I move to a wonderful new network!
— Patti Stanger (@pattistanger) July 10, 2015
Fellow Bravo celebrities Jill Zarin and Heather Dubrow reached out to Stanger on Twitter, and the network sent the matchmaker its well wishes.
— Jill Zarin (@Jillzarin) July 10, 2015
“We loved watching Patti Stanger find love for so many people over the last 8 seasons on Bravo,” said a Bravo spokesperson. We wish her the best with her new endeavors.”
Stanger has found love for countless millionaires — including Perez Hilton, Lil Romeo and Kenya Moore — since her show began in 2008. No word on if The Millionaire Matchmaker or a similar version of the series will move to Stanger’s new network, but the dating world will certainly be a different place without her two drink maximum and “no sex before monogamy” rules.
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