If you're looking for a potential future partner, Martha Stewart joined Match.com.
It appears to be a bit of a publicity stunt more than anything else to support and draw attention to her new nephew-in-law's book. Martha says she's already had A couple THOUSAND responses after just a few days. She adds that three of them had potential . . . but she passed one of them along to her makeup artist, because he was only 34.
Despite the advice of Match CEO Sam Yager, Martha decided to use her REAL name and identity. Here she is talking to Matt Lauer here on the "Today Show" about it BEFORE she put it up.
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