Members at Are Enthusiastic About the New Feature “MM Events”

Share Article is taking online dating to the offline world by attending celebrity events like the 2014 MTV Music Awards and others., the world’s largest rich dating site catering to upper-level clientele, has launched a new site feature called “MM Events.” These real-world gatherings have been popping up at various celebrity-attended events such as the 2014 MTV Music Awards in May and the 8th Annual Red Tie Affair which benefits the American Red Cross. Upcoming events are expected to be announced regularly on the Millionairematch dating website.

The introduction of the event is as following:


More than 35 celebrities received their VIP Lifetime Memberships to the world’s most exclusive luxury dating site."

A member named Mio_Seras from Florida, US commented "Interesting, count me in". The user named Bella_Stellina from NJ, U.S commented "Like to attend the event :)". Dalaisa posted on 08/27/2014 under the picture of celebrity Josie Davis: "Dockwalk: I think nobody has to take the time to prove you wrong. Connect with someone and build a long relationship is enough difficult and if there is no trust, even more. People have the right to choose what they want for their life. That includes a rich or not rich man, a black or white, a young or older, a religious or non religious.... No one is wrong, they are just different from yours or from my choice."

More active comments can be found on the event pages of MillionaireMatch.’s members include pro athletes, doctors, investors, lawyers, CEOs, entrepreneurs, beauty queens, fitness models and of course, Hollywood celebrities. Of course, not everyone has to be a millionaire to join the site. Where might a non-millionaire meet a millionaire? While many celebrities prefer to join the site anonymously, assisted by MM’s “celebrity concierge” who helps the famous to set up profiles, a handful of members have publicly admitted their participation on the site including Charlie Sheen and Matthew Perry.
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