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Patti Stanger, NBC Upfronts

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You will no longer meet Patti Stanger's millionaires on Bravo. The star of The Millionaire Matchmaker took to Twitter to announce she was leaving the network after eight seasons of her reality series.

"After 8 seasons I've decided to leave @Bravotv Thank u 4 the great ride," she tweeted. "Stay tuned for exciting news as I move to a wonderful new network!"

"We loved watching Patti Stanger find love for so many people over the last 8 seasons on Bravo," a Bravo spokesperson said in a statement. "We wish her the best with her new endeavors."

Stanger's matchmaking service has been at the center of the reality series. Over the years she's gone through several associates and the show has taken new shapes, most recently with Stanger setting up famous faces such as Kenya Moore, Sonja Morgan, Perez Hilton and Dina Lohan.

Stanger's season eight costars included David Cruz and Candace Smith.

In June, Stanger announced another split, this one from her longtime boyfriend David Krause. "Before you hear it from anyone else, I wanted to let you know myself—David and I broke up," the reality star wrote. "It's unfortunate for a million and one reasons and obviously hard and sad for both of us."

Stanger elaborated on the breakup in a lengthy blog post. "I honestly never thought the aphorism about dating your father was true because, well, because it's kind of gross," shd admits. "But, David was so much like my father that I can't believe I didn't see it coming from miles away. And unfortunately for me, my father isn't the type of person I want to date...Figure out what your daddy issues are and be on the look out for what's a daddy red flag."

Stanger's ties to Bravolebrities still run deep. She's expected to attend good friend Jill Zarin's third annual luxury luncheon in Southampton on July 18.

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)