Credit: Reuters/Patrick Fallon

Credit: Reuters/Patrick Fallon

Following the success of Steve Harvey’s dating advice books, the media mogul has decided to partner with IAC, the company that owns, OkCupid and Tinder, to bring you a new dating site called is a platform aimed at relationship-minded individuals. There are four categories: man seeking women, woman seeking men, man seeking men and woman seeking women. The site is not only in the United States, but also all over the world.

The fees are $17.99 per month for six months or $29.99 if a person opts to pay month-to-month. Members can upgrade at anytime to receive the extra benefits such as having the capability to read and reply to messages, to see other members who flirted with them, to see members who favored them, to see those who viewed their photos, to view other members’ videos, to chat with members online and to find out their astrological match.

According to the site, there are 1,000 singles already active in the Delightful online community.

This is not the first time Harvey has worked with IAC. Harvey was once a spokesman for BlackPeopleMeet, which is also one of the brands owned by the Internet company.



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  • ALM

    Man, this stuff is expensive. $17 to $30 a month???

    Steve is hustling….

  • Sunshine

    Is he gonna have of the likes of Ray Rice and Floyd Mayweather on there giving dating advice, like Paula Dean teaching young black males to cook those delicious diabetic meals??? SIGN ME UP!!!! (I kid people, don’t crucify me)

  • UnalteredBeauty

    Steve gives me “used car salesman” vibes. He’s selling a lemon, but trying to convince us it’s a Rolls Royce. Ugh. I totally agree with Lynette and Terrance’s comments.

  • mike g

    when did this clown become an expert on dating? Sisters..please dont give this clown anymore of your money..that dumb think like a man book is enough for him…..hes playing against your insecurities to make a fast buck, and ya’ll are eating it up!

  • Margie

    One featured question on family feud (he is host) was what a man does to get a woman; after each answer was given, he would mimic the woman taking off their panties. Dating