Billionaire with first tickets to the moon SpaceX hosts ‘Bachelor’ style contest to find his plus-one

Single billionaire looking for a wife for a long term relationship. Must be over 20, optimistic, and ready to be shot in space.

Yusaku Maezawa is looking for love in unusual places. The 44-year-old Japanese fashion entrepreneur has opened up global nominations for the role of his “life partner” and to sweeten the offer he has packed himself with a round trip to the literal Moon, courtesy of SpaceX. He appears to have a net worth of $ 2 billion allows you to do Frank Sinatra songs that are a little less metaphorical.

Founder of Japan’s largest online clothing retailer, Zozo, Maezawa made headlines in September 2018 for purchasing SpaceX first tourist ticket for a trip around the moon. At the time, Maezawa said he would bring six to eight artists on Flight 2023 to create travel-inspired art. Now he’s put aside a seat on SpaceX Vessel for his future love.

“As feelings of loneliness and emptiness slowly begin to overwhelm me, there is one thing I think about: continuing to love a woman”, wrote Maezawa on her website / dating profile.

“I want to find a ‘life partner’. With my future partner, I want to shout our love and world peace from space.”

Single women aged 20 and over can currently complete a application form via the Maezawa site. No fluency in Japanese is required – all that is required is that applicants have a “bright personality”, “want to enjoy life to the fullest” and want “world peace”, adding a touch of pageant. to the procedure.

And, of course, they must be interested in going to space.

The form also has sections for applicants to list their ‘hobbies’, ‘special skill’ and any ‘selling points’.

Maezawa’s offer is likely to attract a number of people who are more interested in an all-expense-paid trip around the moon than in cherishing an eccentric Japanese billionaire for the rest of their lives. As such, selecting her potential lovers should take a few months.

Successful applicants will attend initial “match dates” with Maezawa in February, with March’s “special dates” presumably reserved for women he gets along with. Maezawa expects to find her true love by the end of March, giving the couple three years to get to know each other before their couple’s 2023 getaway to space.


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The prospect of going to the Moon together might be a little distant, but it’s good to know that Maezawa is planning for the future. Also, it would probably be best for the couple to make sure they really hit it off before committing to the vacation. Like a first date on a yacht, a romantic trip to the Moon feels magical until you realize you can’t physically leave.

If Maezawa’s search for a partner weren’t enough as a super-big-budget season of The single person, Japanese video streaming site AbemaTV will also film the entire process to create an original documentary titled Full moon lover. Money can’t buy love, but it can buy you a film crew to chronicle research.

Applications for the chance to be Maesawa’s special person close on January 16 at 8 p.m. EST, so hurry up if you think you could be Selene of her Endymion. Just be prepared for the possibility of a nasty cut if that doesn’t turn out.

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