There's a Dating Site for Trump Fans (Dirt Alert)

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January 18, 2017

Yes, There's a Dating Site for Trump Fans  

Are you a DONALD TRUMP supporter who couldn't think of dating someone who doesn't share your unbridled passion for him?  Well then, you need to get on board with

It might sound like a gimmick, but it started last summer and it's still going strong, with 20,000 members and growing.  Unfortunately, that also means the PRICE has gone up . . . from $5 a month when it opened to $19.95 now.

But isn't that a small price to pay to MAKE DATING GREAT AGAIN?  Yes, that's one of their slogans.

The founder says, quote, "Sometimes it's tough to date when you're a Trump supporter, so we're making it easier to find each other, people who are like-minded and have the same political views.”

In case you're wondering . . . no marriages yet, but the site's still pretty new.


Lady Gaga Is Doing the Super Bowl Halftime Show Alone 

Word has it that LADY GAGA is taking on the Super Bowl Halftime Show next month . . . ALONE. 

That reverses a six-year trend of having a headliner, and a few additional guests. The last act to do the show solo was THE WHO in 2010.

Meanwhile, there was a report that the NFL was banning Gaga from making any kind of political statements during the show, but the league is denying it.  Of course, that doesn't mean she WILL bring politics into it, we’ll have to wait and see. 

By the way, Gaga is practicing in a tent that she built in her backyard.  And she says she's "training" for it every day.


Netflix Gets "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" in a New Deal with Jerry Seinfeld 

JERRY SEINFELD just signed a big new deal with Netflix, and he's bringing his Crackle show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" with him.

Netflix is ordering 24 new episodes, and they'll also have the exclusive rights to the 59 previous ones.  The changeover will happen later this year.

We haven’t heard how much the contract is worth, but it's a multi-year deal that also includes Jerry developing new scripted and unscripted programming for Netflix.

By the way, Netflix ISN'T getting "Seinfeld".  It'll remain on Hulu.