Patti Stanger, Millionaire Matchmaker, Leaves Bravo After Eight Seasons

Patti Stanger
Patti Stanger announced that she will be leaving Bravo after eight seasons of Millionaire Matchmaker. Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images

No longer a match made in heaven! Millionaire Matchmaker host Patti Stanger and Bravo have finally come to the end of their relationship, the reality star tweeted on Friday, July 10.

“After 8 seasons I’ve decided to leave @Bravotv Thank u 4 the great ride,” she wrote. “Stay tuned for exciting news as I move to a wonderful new network!”

Stanger, 54, helmed the hit Bravo reality show and has helped to set up bold-faced names like Perez Hilton, Dina Lohan, and Kenya Moore over the years.

“We loved watching Patti Stanger find love for so many people over the last 8 seasons on Bravo,” a spokesperson said in a statement for the network. “We wish her the best with her new endeavors.”

Her fellow Bravo-lebrities were sad to see her go.

“Good luck on you new ventures!” former Real Housewives of New York Jill Zarin tweeted.

“You will be missed,” Real Housewives of Orange County star Heather Dubrow tweeted.

Earlier this year, Stanger also announced another split, from longtime boyfriend David Krause, writing a long blog post to explain the reasons for their breakup.

“Before you hear it from anyone else, i wanted to let you know myself — David and I broke up,” she wrote in June. “It’s unfortunate for a million and one reasons and obviously hard and sad for both of us.”

The pair dated for three years after meeting on an online dating site in 2012. Stanger was previously engaged to Andy Friedman until the two called off the relationship in 2010.

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