I never understood why Patti Stanger was so harsh to her clients when I watched Millionaire Matchmaker. I know that nobody wants to watch a reality TV show with a main character who is effusively nice and fawning over the guests, but I always felt so awkward watching Patti’s unnecessary critiques of single millionaires and their suitors.
John Bonavia appeared on MM in March 2014 and was described as a financial advisor worth more than $1 million. The former model was stuck in the party boy mentality and running in a wealthy Hollywood circle. As he turned 30, John was ready to settle down and Patti hope to find him a woman who would encourage him to grow up. Guess that didn’t turn out to well!
No more Millionaire Matchmaker, y’all! Patti Stanger announced this afternoon that after eight years of match making, she’s parting ways with Bravo TV. If you’re a Patti fan, she won’t be gone for long. She’s moving to a new network!
Patti Tweeted, “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!”
But Kenya got busted when it emerged that James actually got married last month… to another woman. His real life wife is Jaimi Gregory and she claims the Real Housewives Of Atlanta star was using her man as a publicity stunt even when James told her he wasn’t interested in playing along!
Kenya Moore‘s life is filled with more holes than Swiss cheese. At this point I don’t know what to believe, except delusions twirls on and on and on…
Kenya, has been boasting of falling in love with James, a man she met on Millionaire Matchmaker, today says that she found out he was married – a week after the show aired! All very interesting considering that in the time since MM aired until just last week, Kenya has consistently claimed to be in a relationship with James, even describing how she was keeping it out of the media!
And just last week, the Real Housewives Of Atlanta star even went so far as to post a photo of herself wearing an engagement ring, being coy and writing “Anything can happen in Vegas” before deleting the photo.
But first, Kenya pointed out both the good and the bad about the reunions. As for the positive, she explained, “The reunion represents closure on all levels. I believe most women need closure.”
As for the negative aspect, Kenya shared, “Reunions are tough because you live through filming, then through seeing it on TV, and then again during the reunion. You can feel you have moved on from something difficult and then you have to discuss it and rehash it. I felt good about this reunion, because I have grown so much. I am stronger now and nothing or anyone can destroy me.”
Mario was getting very busy in the Hamptons, according to Patti, a close friend of Jill Zarin‘s, who reveals she’s seen Mario on the prowl and chalks up his indiscretions to a mid-life crisis. Last night while appearing on WWHL, Patti was asked about Mario and Ramona’s 20-year marriage, and Patti had a lot to say.