VIDEOS Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger launches new series ‘Girls Want To Know’ with Alex and Ani

The “Millionaire Matchmaker” is back! Patti Stanger has partnered with jewelry company Alex and Ani to launch a brand new video series titled Girls Want To Know in which she joins an “electric crew of sophisticated men” to “answer your most burning questions about love.”

“I have the hottest guys right here in this room, and they’re going to tell you everything you need to know about what men are thinking,” Patti begins the first episode — included below. “So if you’re single, married, or dating someone, and you’re really are stuck, these guys are going to answer the questions.”

If you are curious just who the “guys” are, here are their names with photos, relationship statuses, and occupations:

Tanner Savitsky
Dating / Financial Advisor

Zack Woolridge
Single / Financial Service Executive

Sean Dickerson
Dating / Event Marketing, Entertainment Management

Matt Vockovich
Single / Insurance Advisor

Damon Collazo
Married / Talent Development Executive

Patti doles out some Alex and Ani jewelry to the fellers before moving on to the first question: “Hey Patti! I just started dating this guy and I really like him, but I’m worried he’s a player; however, he did buy me a necklace for Valentine’s Day. Does that mean he’s serious?”

Check out the episode for the fellers’ responses:

After speaking with the gents for a bit, Patti summarizes her answer with a couple of “Patti Pro Tips.” The first is: “If a guy’s buying you jewelry, it’s serious.” The second is much more succinct: “Jewelry Means Love.”


It doesn’t take a relationship expert to know that Valentine’s Day is like Mardi Gras for players because they’ll toss bling out to any woman willing to show them some boobs (or more). If you think your man might be a player, him buying you jewelry means nothing. Nothing. PLEASE don’t let that affect your judgment or allow it to waylay your suspicions! Judge your man on his actions — like how he treats you and how he treats others. Jewelry does not mean love. A fancy car does not mean love. A million-dollar mansion does not mean love. In other words, if a guy’s buying you jewelry, it’s serious he’s buying you jewelry. That’s it.

I’m confident that if Patti was sitting in a group of similar-aged single and dating women and asked them if a man ever bought them jewelry who turned out to not be serious about her, they would all respond with an emphatic “Of course!”

It’s important to remember that it is a jewelry company sponsoring the series, so perhaps Patti’s hands were a bit tied on that first question. Let’s see how she and the guys handle the rest!

Here are four more episodes, with the questions from each:

“Hi Patti, I know you say don’t do it, but what do the guys really think if you sleep with them on the first date?”

“Hi boys, I hate dating online and I want to go places to meet men in person. Where is the best place to find men to date?”

“Hey Patti, I waste so much time talking with random guys online. With online dating, how can you tell who is genuine?”

“Hey boys, I’ve been dating a guy for 3 years now. I think he’s the one, but he hasn’t proposed yet and I’m wondering if he’s going to. What does a girl have to do to get the ring?”

Asa Hawks is a writer and editor for Starcasm. You can contact Asa via Twitter, Facebook, or email at starcasmtips(at)

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