Should it be "hopeless romantic" or "hopeful romantic"?
That question was raised after Ryan Seacrest revealed on-air adding the words "hopeless romantic" to your dating profile will reportedly get you 38% more incoming messages. By comparison, the stats show, just saying you're “romantic” will only get you 24% more messages.
According to dating app Zoosk's study, "82% say they prefer ‘old-fashioned romance’ over ‘modern romance’ and 79% believe chivalry isn’t dead. Those who refer to themselves as a ‘hopeless romantic’ in their profile can earn up to 38% more incoming messages than average, a number that proves they’re not so hopeless after all."
But, don't you want to be a "hopeful romantic"? Watch back the funny on-air moment to join the debate and sound off on social @OnAirWithRyan