As reported first by The Dirty and then Radaronline, Ward, who has a live-in girlfriend, was caught on tape soliciting sex from escort and adult webcam performer Jenna Shea. The website also reported he offered her a spot on his show for a romp in the sack, citing an audio recording they said Shea gave them as proof. We reached out to VH1, Shaw, and Ward for comment on the story, but received no response. We were able however to talk to Star Magazine Deputy Editor Matt Coppa about the situation, and he said if the recording is legitimate, Ward has some serious credibility issues going forward. SiriusXM radio personality Cristina Palumbo also said Ward should consider retiring his "relationship expert" title, but could easily transition into becoming a bona fide reality star. Coppa said Ward may not have any worries as his show gets good ratings for its network, but he still wonders how VH1 can keep the host.
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It should come as no surprise that I am irrationally obsessed with sex and romance. In addition to writing tirelessly and reading voraciously about all-things amorous, I also enjoy watching television programs that tackle the strange and wild world of dating and love. I was instantly drawn to both shows because I consider myself to be very intuitive when it comes to who will pair well with whom. While I am not a practicing matchmaker, I do instinctively understand the intangible elements to consider when hooking two people up. I became interested in studying these two self-proclaimed matchmakers and paid close attention to the rules and tricks they preached to their single clients.
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It's been two years since you've seen him on VH1, doling out Tough Love relationship advice, but despite taking a step back from the small-screen spotlight, matchmaker Steve Ward has been busier than ever and recently launched his own dating app, Love Lab. Ward told us, "It had a lot to do with my experience on Tinder. More on that later. The ubiquitous mobile dating app has been a topic of conversation more than ever lately thanks to the Vanity Fair story speculating that it's causing an imminent dating apocalypse.
I really liked this book. I was motivated to buy it off the tv show. I think the Wards have very realistic view of dating and their advice seems up to date and true.