Beautiful people: Meet the models who are unlucky in love because they are too hot to land a partner

These women say their stunning looks are holding them back.
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When it comes to a first date, most people try to look their best.

But for these women who work as models, they say their stunning styles are actually holding them back when it comes to love.

From the model rejected by Bumble to the woman who struggles to find love because she says she “intimidates dates”, meet the ladies who are “too hot” to land a partner.


Tahlia Paris
Tahlia Paris (Picture: Jam Press)

Playboy model Tahlia Paris, 24, from Los Angeles, California, says her photos were removed from Bumble even though they didn’t break any guidelines – and she believes it’s because she is “too beautiful”.

She has been single for four years and was hoping being on an app would help her find the one, but she was shocked when her photos were removed by the app’s moderators.

“I was on the app for not even a few hours because pictures I tried posting to my profile were removed even though they were normal photos,” Tahlia, who also works as a DJ, told Jam Press.

“It happened three or four times to different pictures and Bumble only allowed one of my pictures to stay up, which was really hurting my odds in the dating app world.

“The photos I posted very were basic. One was a selfie of myself, one was a picture a friend of mine had taken at the beach.

“I tried to keep it very PG and not model-esque at all. I wanted guys to not stop at my profile because I’m a professional model but because I was just another average girl looking to date.”


Elizabeth Marie Chevalier
Elizabeth Marie Chevalier (Picture: Jam Press)

Elizabeth Marie Chevalier, 27, from San Diego, California, has over 2.9 million Instagram followers, but feels her looks are too intimidating for potential partners.

The Maxim and Playboy model has been single for six months and says even when she does get a date, it usually doesn’t do well as men struggle to speak to her.

“Dating is hard — guys are scared because I’m so beautiful,” Elizabeth told Jam Press.

“I’ve been told that I’m intimidating to guys because I’m tall – I’m 5ft 10 – and I’m beautiful and I have a very intense personality.

“The men that do chat me up are usually too cocky and self-obsessed, they clearly go for every pretty girl in the room,’ she said. ‘They see us as trophies.

“I know I wear a bikini online but it’s a job, most guys can’t see past that.”


Alaw Haff
Alaw Haff (Picture: Jam Press)

Alaw Haff, 24, from Mold, Wales, makes £44,000 a year on OnlyFans, but says she got kicked off dating apps because people don’t think her pictures are real.

She claims she has been blocked from using three apps so far – Tinder, Bumble and Hinge.

Alaw claims she was first banned from Tinder in September 2020 and again in December 2021 after getting her account back.

She was also allegedly booted from Hinge in March 2021 and claims to have been kicked off Bumble in 2020.

“I had problems with a couple of my pictures so I’d just replace them with others,” she told Jam Press

“I would never post anything offensive but it’s hard to find a picture of myself wearing clothes when 90% of my pictures are in lingerie or swimwear due to my work.”


Luna Benna
Luna Benna (Picture: Jam Press)

OnlyFans model Luna Benna, 21, who now lives in Florida, says her pics were so attractive, she got banned from Tinder because the images kept being used to catfish people.

She first signed up in 2017 and even went on some dates but was shocked when her account was removed.

“People were stealing my photos and making money using my images. Catfishing, basically,” she told Jam press.

“It’s really disappointing when people create fake profiles after stealing my images – it’s sad for the person behind the image, and sad for the person who gets catfished.

“There’s so many fake profiles out there, whenever I start a legit account I get reported and Tinder has me taken down!

“I’ve had a lot of different looks over the years, and have been on the Internet forever, so they have lots of options to work with.

“There’s even a fake Facebook of me somewhere that someone made, it currently has thousands of followers!

“I just need to keep reminding myself I can’t do anything about it, and it’s out of my control.”