Teri Hatcher Embraces Singlehood After Dating App Debacle

Hollywood star Teri Hatcher may have been a 'Desperate Housewife' on screen, but in real life, she's anything but, as her venture into the world of dating apps was met with unexpected obstacles, leading her to reflect on what truly brings fulfillment

AceShowbiz - Teri Hatcher, well-known for her role in "Desperate Housewives", recently opened up about her experiences with dating apps and the challenges she faced trying to find love in the digital age. In an interview with ET's Nischelle Turner, the 59-year-old actress shared that she had tried using Hinge but was unceremoniously kicked off the platform.

Hatcher revealed, "There was enough people that I did not respond to, because they would text me things like, 'are you still real and spectacular?' -- and I'm like, OK, that's not who I want to date."

Her difficulties didn't end there; some users doubted they were interacting with the "real" Teri Hatcher, which led to complaints and her eventual removal from the app. Despite her efforts to communicate with Hinge's support team and reclaim her account, she grew disinterested.

"I complained, I was like, 'Can I have my money back since you kicked me off?' They apologized, and then I was like, 'Eh, I'm sort of over it,' " Hatcher explained in an appearance on "Getting Grilled with Curtis Stone".

Reflecting on her attempts to find love online, Hatcher admitted, "I've sort of given up. I mean, I don't want to say I've given up. My heart is open." She emphasized that she leads a rich and fulfilling life without a romantic partner. "I have lovely friends. I travel, I experience things. I take care of my parents. I love my cats. I garden. I go to the beach... it's just a very full life," she said.

Hatcher's focus has shifted towards her professional ventures and personal interests. She is set to star in the Lifetime movie "The Killer Inside: The Ruth Finley Story", playing a real-life character for the first time. Additionally, she returns to voice acting in the upcoming Apple TV+ animated series "WondLa".

Moreover, Hatcher and her 26-year-old daughter, Emerson, have been collaborating on a new series. Describing the project as "a hybrid between a very legit reality competition show and a scripted show," Hatcher is excited about this new chapter. "To have her say, 'I would love that,' I think that's the best thing in my whole life," she shared.

Ultimately, Teri Hatcher's journey through dating apps to self-fulfillment underscores a significant message: happiness and a sense of completeness can come from a variety of sources, not just romantic relationships. As Hatcher herself put it, "Honestly, I'm happy. I have a really full life, a really busy life. I have beautiful friends... don't need a man. I have a cat."

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