PATTI STANGER WELCOMES HER FIRST GAY MILLIONAIRE WITH OPEN ARMS IN THE SEASON TWO FINALE OF BRAVO’S DOCU-SERIES “THE MILLIONAIRE MATCHMAKER,” THURSDAY, MAY 7 AT 9 PM ET/PT

Third-generation matchmaker Patti Stanger expands her clientele and welcomes her first gay millionaire to The Millionaires Club in the season two finale of Bravo’s hit docu-series, “The Millionaire Matchmaker,” Thursday, May 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, immediately followed by the premiere of “The Fashion Show” at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Patti almost falls off her perch when Destin brings her The Millionaire Club’s first gay client, PR/branding expert Kevin. “We’re going to find Kevin true love,” Patti passionately tells her staff. “I want my first gay millionaire to be a success story.” But when Patti meets with Kevin, she discovers he is a workaholic and married to his company.

Patti’s other millionaire this week is Anthony, a successful hypnotherapist and Vegas entertainer who has trust issues and fears women only want him for his money.

After meeting his date at Patti’s mixer, Kevin whisks him to his sprawling Kentucky estate and they spend the day drinking bourbon and talking. Meanwhile, Anthony flies his date to Vegas and plays a series of practical jokes on her – mind games that do not go over well when Patti gets wind of what happened.

On tomorrow’s episode of “The Millionaire Matchmaker,” airing Thursday, April 30 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Patti meets Farrah, a former member of Destiny’s Child, who has been hurt in the past by previous relationships causing her to be very guarded with men and in her dating life. Her second millionaire, Kevin, is a celebrity photographer who has only had a string of two-week relationships and is always looking for the next best thing since he only dates models.

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