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Finally, Your Chance To Find A Billionaire Boyfriend *And* A Ticket To Space

Finally, Your Chance To Find A Billionaire Boyfriend *And* A Ticket To Space

Yusaku Maezawa and the mooon

Your years of waiting are over. We’re happy to bring you the news that (finally) one eligible bachelor with tickets to the moon (yes, really) is looking for a partner to go with him, oh, and spend the rest of your lives together. Applications are open now.

Japanese entrepreneur and billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is on the lookout for the perfect partner. Put Tinder down, because this guy’s worth something like $2bn. And not a single one of those guys crouching next to a sedated tiger is likely to take you on a trip to the moon.


Maezawa has two tickets on a space flight around the moon with SpaceX in 2023. Yes, this will be a long process, so don’t think you can pull a swift one, rocket to the moon, then dump him.

“I’m sure I’ve been able to acquire my share of money, social status, and fame along the way,” says Maezawa. “But now I’m restarting my life. I’m 44 now. As feelings of loneliness and emptiness slowly begin to surge upon me, there’s one thing that I think about: Continuing to love one woman.”

Yes, the opportunity is unfortunately only open to women, and you will have to be a part of Full Moon Lovers, a documentary about the process of finding Maezawa’s one true love. All in the course of finding the perfect partner, right?

Maezawa’s criteria are fairly simple, with entrants who:

  1. Are single women aged 20 or over
  2. Have a bright personality and are always positive
  3. Are interested in going into space and able to participate in the preparation for it
  4. Want to enjoy life to the fullest
  5. Is someone who wishes for world peace.

World peace! That’s easy to wish for.

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To enter the competition, documentary, winning a billionaire’s heart, etc, you’ll need to fill out the application form here, and make sure to put something juicy for your ‘special skill’ and ‘selling points’. We’re talking fire-baton twirling rather than musical water glasses.

You’ll also have to give your first impressions of Maezawa. Given you’ve probably never met him in person, you might like to check out his socials.

(Lead image: @yousuck2020 / Twitter)

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