Bravo Celebrates Valentine's Day with Stanger/Cohen Love Special Tonight
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, love guru Patti Stanger joins host Andy Cohen in the Clubhouse for a romantically themed hour of affection with THE MILLIONAIRE MATCHMAKER: A WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LOVE SPECIAL tonight, February 12 at 10PM ET/PT.
Whether you're in a relationship and want to make sure your Valentine is as sweet as ever or if you're single and looking for that significant other, Patti will give out her million dollar advice for free. Patti will also aim her love Arrow and select special dates for Chef Roble Ali of "Chef Roble & Co." and Kenya Moore of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," and surprise a Bravolebrity with some love tips for that special someone.
Tune in to "The Millionaire Matchmaker" on Tuesday, February 19 at 10PM ET/PT for a new episode that features Matt Riviera, a 28-year-old owner of a sand and gravel company and a professional wrestler. Patti, however, immediately recognizes that the wild child is a front for a real Southern Gentleman with a good heart. Aimee Elizabeth is a self-made millionaire and dance enthusiast who has done everything from Buying and Selling real-estate to penning a bestselling book, but has had less success with love. Patti realizes Aimee's problems stem from control issues. Can Patti get Aimee to let go of control long enough to be open to love? For more information about "The Millionaire Matchmaker," visit: http://www.bravotv.com/the-millionaire-matchmaker
"The Millionaire Matchmaker" is produced by Intuitive Entertainment and Bayonne Entertainment, Inc. for Bravo. Mechelle Collins, Kevin Dill, Robert Lee, and Patti Stanger serve as executive producers.
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