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Millionaire Matchmaker’s Patti Stanger parts ways with Bravo

You can no longer meet Patti's millionaires

(Randee St. Nicholas/Bravo)

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!”

Fellow Bravo celebrities Jill Zarin and Heather Dubrow reached out to Stanger on Twitter, and the network sent the matchmaker its well wishes.

“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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