In the interview, an executive representing the website offered an apology of "sincere regret" for any embarrassment.Dating site for cute people says Brits are ugly Social network nixes users who 'let themselves go' But this is one of those oh-so-conveniently cute Internet stories that just makes one stop and wonder if it's really on the up and up.I've got the not-so-lovely duo of oily skin and large pores. Look for products with glycolic or salicylic acid and retinol.Sunscreen's a must because the sun makes skin oilier and pores bigger. Day In an era where superficiality has risen to an art form, let the snark begin.Data stolen from a dating website aimed at "beautiful people only" has been traded online.The details of more than a million members including their weight, height, job, and phone numbers were discovered unencrypted online in December 2015.Beautiful People.com, a dating website that says it caters to "beautiful people" got infected by a virus that allowed, well, less-then-gorgeous-looking folks to sign up last month, according to Britain's Daily Mail.More than 30,000 folks who normally wouldn't have made the grade signed in - but were later weeded out, according to the paper.
I browsed through the male members..i wonder why is this site called "beautifulpeople". People always told me that I am a decent looking guy, so I decided to give it a try.The company said it "expelled" 1,520 users from the U. K., 533 from Canada, 510 from Poland, 425 from Germany, 402 from Italy, 323 from France, 220 from Denmark, 176 from Turkey and 88 people from Russia.In the e-mail, it gave users suggestions for boot camps and workout facilities to get themselves back in shape. No, it's not, but it's honest." And on this site, beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder; only one in five applicants is normally accepted, a company statement said. has been grossly over-indulging since Thanksgiving. It's no wonder that so many members have been expelled from the network.Proving that brawn and brains are a powerful combination are James Lucas, a 25-year-old Henry Cavill lookalike who is a nuclear engineer in the US Navy and Julian Ostensen, a 19-year-old computer engineer from Norway.To become a member of the site, all 24 beautiful singletons had to endure a 48-hour voting period where members of the opposite sex decided whether they were attractive enough to join their gated community.Capitalbay accepts no responsibility legal or otherwise for their accuracy of content.