It’s nearly Valentine’s, but he can’t find a boyfriend.
It seems that even Perez Hilton can’t catch a break in the dating world. Despite changing up his online profile and uploading new pictures, the internet’s “queen of gossip” just can’t find any boyfriend material.
The father of three, looked healthy and relaxed as he updated his fans in a video blog, but said he was left feeling “disappointed” that he couldn’t get traction with any guys from his online dating efforts. Since moving out of New York, Perez revealed that there just weren’t many guys using the website that he currently uses for his hook-ups… yes, we said website.
According to the vlog Perez published, he refuses to use phone-based apps – and only uses website dating. Considering the world is on Tinder or Grindr perhaps he needs to change tactics!
But he’s not just leaving his dating fate to the online world – he was even cruising guys at a recent GLAAD event, which he said was an excellent opportunity to meet men. Despite lots of “eligible bachelors” at the event, he didn’t manage to hook up with anyone!
Supposedly, Perez has always imagined that he wouldn’t meet somebody until he was in his 40s, well he doesn’t have too much time left, as he turns 40 next month.
Getting serious for a moment, Perez said, “I don’t see it, I don’t see it happening. But maybe… Maybe I’ll date a YouTuber! Who knows. Although most YouTubers are not nearly 40-year-olds like me”.
Well, there’s no rush – Mr Right is out there.
The editor and chief of THEGAYUK.
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