, the 71-year-old domestic diva opened up about how those first dates really "broke the ice" in terms of getting back in the game."This got me to think about dating as a nice thing to do on a regular basis," Martha told Matt Lauer., confirming that the dates were "fun" and she'd consider seeing either man a second time."I wasn't nervous at all because I'd already met them here on the Martha and Larry, an international steel trader, grabbed drinks at Perry. She and Stan, a filmmaker, opted to share some wine and clams at Rao's, an uptown Italian eatery."The guys weren't nervous either," Martha said approvingly. "If business is good, you know, maybe something else will be coming."But the best part of Martha's online dating adventure has been, in her own words, that "other people have surfaced" who are available for dates, adding, "My lawyer came up with a really great idea—a fix-up!
See the recap of Martha’s journey on the TODAY show below: Martha Stewart on TODAY Sam Yagan’s tips for success for Martha (and everyone on the site) were to be yourself first and foremost, start the conversation, and stick with it!
Though Martha might not have found her soul mate in two dates, she had fun with the process and it opened her up to the idea of dating again.
"I think they did a really, really nice job of being dates."And while Martha and Larry have already moved on to "talking business," she doesn't necessarily think that's the end of their personal relationship. "Should Martha want to explore her options further, there's no shortage of men wanting to meet her.
Before going on a date with each suitor, the divorced mother and grandmother of one appeared on the show Thursday, May 9, where she met them for the first time.
"I'm slightly apprehensive, but not nervous," she told Matt Lauer. " Larry, also 68, is an executive in international steel trade.