Norwegians are the most accepted with a 49 per cent combined success rate.
Hodge is a former nightclub owner from London who is now managing director for Beautiful People.com, a website he took global five years ago.
Tonya Frevert, who studies the different ways that extreme physical beauty is received in social situations.
He's also expanding the brand by hosting special Beautiful People events, where production companies, modeling agencies, and casting directors come looking for talent."We're two days in, and we've had over 600 people apply," he said.Mentoring is currently free, but Hodge envisions monetizing it.“We are very excited about opening our flagship bar.” He said his team would put the same ethos into the bar project as they did when they launched the dating site, which is “taking the Beautiful People concept into the real world.” Non-members and guests will be allowed into the bar if they pass a “stringent assessment” by a judging panel described as the club’s “beauty police”.Mr Hodge said exceptions would sometimes be made for people “who many not be attractive” but were very rich.
And a similar bar could soon be coming London as the plan is to roll the concept out to the capital and then further afield, The Times reported.